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Subverting exclusion : transpacific encounters with race, caste, and borders, 1885-1928

Geiger, Andrea A. E

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  • Creator Andrea Geiger
  • Format Books
  • Publication New Haven : Yale University Press, [2011] ©2011
  • Series
  • Physical Details
    • 1 online resource (xiv, 286 pages) : illustrations, map
  • ISBNs 9780300177978, 0300177976, 1283344750, 9781283344753, 9780300169638, 0300169639
  • OCLC ocn778459401

Summary

  • Concerned with people called variously: eta, burakumin, buraku jumin, buraku people, outcastes, or "the lowest of the low", this book examines how their experience of caste/status-based discrimination in 19th century Japan affected their experience of race-based discrimination in the West of the US and Canada in the 19th and early 20th centuries.

Notes

  • Includes bibliographical references and index.

Contents

  • Caste, status, and mibun -- Emigration from Meiji Japan -- Negotiating status and contesting race in North America -- Confronting White racism -- The U.S.-Canada border -- The U.S.-Mexico border -- Debating the contours of citizenship -- Reframing community and policing marriage -- The rhetoric of homogeneity -- Conclusion: Refracting difference -- Timeline: Key moments in Japanese immigrants' history in North America to 1928 -- Glossary
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