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Mexican Transpacific

Nikkei Writing, Visual Arts, and Performance

«Through the study of memoirs, poetry, manga, painting, and theater, [this book] brilliantly shows Nikkei cultural production from 1906 until today. On a broader scale, LÓpez-Calvo draws out implications for questions of transnational migration and national identity. This project makes a groundbreaking contribution to the historical dialogues between Asia and Latin America."—Araceli Tinajero, author of A Cultural History of Spanish Speakers in Japan

"[Lopez-Calvo's] project makes original contributions to the field, particularly in its treatment of literary, theatrical, and visual texts by Japanese Mexicans that have not previously been rigorously discussed before, either independently or taken together."—Seth Jacobowitz, winner of the International Convention of Asia Scholars Book Prize in the Humanities, 2017, and author of Writing Technology in Meiji Japan: A Media History of Modern Japanese Literature and Visual Culture»

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Detaljer

Forlag
Vanderbilt University Press
Innbinding
Innbundet
Språk
Engelsk
ISBN
9780826504944
Utgivelsesår
2022
Format
23 x 15 cm

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«Through the study of memoirs, poetry, manga, painting, and theater, [this book] brilliantly shows Nikkei cultural production from 1906 until today. On a broader scale, LÓpez-Calvo draws out implications for questions of transnational migration and national identity. This project makes a groundbreaking contribution to the historical dialogues between Asia and Latin America."—Araceli Tinajero, author of A Cultural History of Spanish Speakers in Japan

"[Lopez-Calvo's] project makes original contributions to the field, particularly in its treatment of literary, theatrical, and visual texts by Japanese Mexicans that have not previously been rigorously discussed before, either independently or taken together."—Seth Jacobowitz, winner of the International Convention of Asia Scholars Book Prize in the Humanities, 2017, and author of Writing Technology in Meiji Japan: A Media History of Modern Japanese Literature and Visual Culture»

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