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Chapter/Section Title
Page #
Page Count
Acknowledgments
ix
 
Introduction: The ``Afterlife'' of Area Studies
1
18
Ivory Tower in Escrow
19
42
Masao Miyoshi
Ando Shoeki---``The Forgotten Thinker'' in Japanese History
61
19
Tetsuo Najita
Objectivism and the Eradication of Critique in Japanese History
80
23
Stefan Tanaka
Theory, Area Studies, Cultural Studies: Issues of Pedagogy in Multiculturalism
103
16
Rey Chow
Signs of Our Times: A Discussion of Homi Bhabha's The Location of Culture
119
31
Benita Parry
Postcoloniality's Unconscious / Area Studies' Desire
150
25
H. D. Harootunian
Asian Exclusion Acts
175
15
Sylvia Yanagisako
Areas, Disciplines, and Ethnicity
190
16
Richard H. Okada
Can American Studies Be Area Studies?
206
25
Paul A. Bove
Imagining ``Asia-Pacific'' Today: Forgetting Colonialism in the Magical Free Markets of the American Pacific
231
30
Rob Wilson
Boundary Displacement: The State, the Foundations, and Area Studies during and after the Cold War
261
42
Bruce Cumings
The Disappearance of Modern Japan: Japan and Social Science
303
18
Bernard S. Silberman
Bad Karma in Asia
321
23
Moss Roberts
From Politics to Culture: Modern Japanese Literary Studies in the Age of Cultural Studies
344
24
James A. Fujii
Questions of Japanese Cinema: Disciplinary Boundaries and the Invention of the Scholarly Object
368
35
Mitsuhiro Yoshimoto
Contributors
403
2
Index
405