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Title The Philippines and Japan in America's shadow / edited by Kiichi Fujiwara and Yoshiko Nagano.
Published Singapore : NUS Press, c2011
Detail ix, 340 p. : maps, music ; 23 cm
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Added Author Fujiwara, Kiichi, 1956-
  Nagano, Yoshiko, 1950-
  Fujiwara, Kiichi. The tale of two empires : Japan and the US as latecomers in colonialism
  Go, Julian. Empires and nation-building. The Philippines and US imperial identity
  Ileto, Reynaldo C. Wars with the US and Japan, and the politics of history in the Philippines
  Rivera, Temario C. American impact on elite continuity in post-war Japan and the Philippines
  Campomanes, Oscar V Images of nations and nationalism. The Japanese analogy as liminal crisis-effect in initial Filipino-American encounters, 1898-1899
  Quibuyen, Floro C. Japan and America in the Filipino nationalist imagination : from Rizal to Ricarte
  Nagano, Yoshiko. On the same terrain of colonial modernity : the mystification of Jose Rizal and the symbolization of Japanese emperor
  Nakano, Satoshi. Memory and mourning : six decades after the two wars
  Afable, Patricia O. Triangle encounters - the Philippines, Japan and the USA. Baguio's early 20th-century Japanese community : culture, society, and work in an American "hill station" in the Philippines
  Espiritu, Augusto. Competing shadows : Japan and the USA in the Filipino American imagination
  Yoneno-Reyes, Michiyo. Singing of modernity and US shadow : bodily aesthetics and ideology in salidummay and shoka
  Suzuki, Nobue 1957-. Love triangles : Filipinos, Japanese, and the shifting locations of American power
  Shimizu, Hiromu Refiguring identities in an Ifugao village : sketches of joint projects from a Filipino filmmaker, a native intellectual, and a Japanese anthropologist under American shadow(s)
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