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DIA SPOR A & IDENTIT Y FILIPINO STUDIES

STRANGE FRUIT OF THE BLACK PACIFIC

Palimpsests of Nation and Diaspora

Edited by Martin F. Manalansan and Augusto Espiritu

Imperialism’s Racial Justice and Its Fugitives

Vince Schleitwiler

Makes bold declarations about the productive frameworks that open up new archives and innovative landscapes of knowledge for Filipino and Filipino American Studies

Traces the interrelated migrations of African Americans, Japanese Americans, and Filipinos across media

SITTING IN DARKNESS

Mark Twain's Asia and Comparative Racialization

War, Revolution, and the Making of the Cambodian Diaspora

Hsuan L. Hsu

Khatharya Um

Reveals how within intersectional contexts of Chinese Exclusion and Jim Crow, Mark Twain’s writings registered fluctuating connections between immigration policy, imperialist ventures, and racism

Maps the lived experiences of Cambodian refugees as they navigate revolution, transnationalism, memory, and identity

272 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-5823-1 • $28.00 In the Nation of Nations series

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464 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-8435-3 • $30.00

NEW YORK UNIVERSITY

288 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-5708-1 • $28.00 In the Nation of Nations series

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248 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-1510-4 • $24.00 In the America and the Long 19th Century series

PERFORMANCE S TUDIES

Rachel C. Lee

Considers how the designation of “Asian American” itself is a mental construct that is paradoxically linked to the biological body

336 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-0978-3 • $26.00 In the Sexual Cultures series

Asian American Performance and the Embodied Everyday

Ju Yon Kim

Invites readers to reflect on how and to what effect perfunctory behaviors become objects of public scrutiny

304 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-4432-6 • $28.00

YOUTH & FAMILY 2015 Asia and Asian America Section Best Book Award from the American Sociological Association

CARING ACROSS GENERATIONS

HOW CHINESE ARE YOU?

Grace J. Yoo and Barbara W. Kim

Andrea Louie

The Linked Lives of Korean American Families

Provides a new look at the linked lives of immigrants and their families, and the struggles and triumphs that they face over many generations

Adopted Chinese Youth and their Families Negotiate Identity and Culture

An engaging and original study of the fluidity of race, ethnicity, and cultural identity in modern America

304 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-9463-5 • $28.00

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Biopolitics, Biosociality, and Posthuman Ecologies

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CONTEMPORARY ASIAN AMERICAN THE FILIPINO PRIMITIVE

Accumulation and Resistance in the American Museum

Sarita Echavez See 272 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-2505-9 • $30.00

A SIAN AMERIC AN CULTURE

GRE AT FOR COURSES

HIGHLIGHTS

“The Filipino Primitive is generative and captivatingly relevant amid the current global crises over income inequality, border disputes, and belonging. With fascinating incisiveness, Sarita Echavez See invites us to rethink theft and debt through cultural archives and productions.” —Allan Punzalan Isaac, author of American Tropics

Third Edition A Multidisciplinary Reader

Edited by Min Zhou and Anthony C. Ocampo

Offers a broad overview of Asian American studies and the current state of Asian America

688 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-2622-3 • $35.00

GLOBAL ASIAN AMERICAN POPULAR CULTURES

THE 9/11 GENERATION

Edited by Shilpa Davé, LeiLani Nishime and Tasha Oren

Sunaina Marr Maira

A Food Studies Reader

FACING THE RISING SUN “Through uncovering a rich, dynamic history of pro-

African Americans, Japan, and the Rise Japanese views among U.S. Black nationalists during the Depression and World War II, Gerald Horne has produced of Afro-Asian Solidarity a brilliant book that provides a powerful model for Gerald Horne writing about transnational African American history, 240 Pages • Cloth global white supremacy, and Afro-Asian solidarities.” 978-1-4798-4859-1 • $30.00 —Erik S. McDuffie, author of Sojourning for Freedom

Edited by Robert Ji-Song Ku, Martin F. Manalansan and Anita Mannur

A collection of essays connecting Asian American food to larger social and political contexts in the United States

453 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-6925-1 • $27.00

Gender, Race, and Media

Leah Perry

Explores how young people from communities targeted in the War on Terror engage with the “political,” even while they are under constant scrutiny and surveillance

A toolkit for understanding how Asian Americans influence, consume, and are reflected by mainstream media

400 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-1573-9 • $30.00

FORTHCOMING EATING ASIAN AMERICA

THE CULTURAL POLITICS OF U.S. IMMIGRATION

Youth, Rights, and Solidarity in the War on Terror

How the immigration policies and popular culture of the 1980's fused to shape modern views on democracy

320 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-8051-5 • $28.00

288 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-2386-4 • $30.00 In the Nation of Nations series

ASIAN AMERICAN SPORTING CULTURES

JAPANESE AMERICAN ETHNICITY

Edited by Stanley I. Thangaraj, Constancio Arnaldo and Christina B. Chin Foreword by J. Jack Halberstam Afterword by Lisa Lowe

UNNAMABLE

The Ends of Asian American Art

Susette Min

Redraws the contours of Asian American art, attempting to free it from a categorization that stifles more than it reveals

In Search of Heritage and Homeland Across Generations

Takeyuki Tsuda

Demonstrates how culturally assimilated minorities can simultaneously maintain their ancestral cultures while actively recovering their lost ethnic heritage

Explores the long history of Asian American sporting cultures and considers how identities and communities are negotiated on sporting fields

272 Pages • Paper 978-0814-76430-5 • $30.00 June 2018

352 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-1079-6 • $30.00

304 Pages • Paper • 978-1-4798-8469-8 • $28.00

CITIZENSHIP BROKERING SERVITUDE

Migration and the Politics of Domestic Labor during the Long Nineteenth Century

Andrew Urban 352 Pages • Cloth 978-0-8147-8584-3 • $39.00 In the Culture, Labor, History series

“....Through skillful vignettes and deep research, we experience Castle Garden and shipside inspections of European women, the brokering of the Freemen’s Bureau, the tussle over sureties and temporary entrance of Chinese in the era of exclusion, and the ways that Empire, settler colonialism, racial capitalism, and migration shaped the value of domesticity.” —Eileen Boris, Hull Professor of Feminist Studies, University of California, Santa Barbara

Edited by Cathy J. Schlund-Vials,Linda Trinh Võ and K. Scott Wong Reconsiders and recalibrates the ever-shifting borders of Asian American studies as a distinctly interdisciplinary field

336 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-0328-6 • $27.00 Collaborative in design and execution, the books in the Keywords series bring together scholars across a wide range of disciplines in the humanities and social sciences. Providing accessible A-to-Z surveys of prevailing scholarly concepts, the books serve as flexible tools for carving out new areas of inquiry. Visit keywords.nyupress.org for more information and resources.

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Third Edition An Introduction

Richard Delgado and Jean Stefancic Foreword by Angela Harris

Updated to include the Black Lives Matter movement, the presidency of Barack Obama, the rise of hate speech on the Internet, and more

224 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-0276-0 • $19.00 In the Critical America series

IN THE KE Y WORDS SERIES KEYWORDS FOR ASIAN AMERICAN STUDIES

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AFTER THE PARTY

A Manifesto for Queer of Color Life

Joshua Chambers-Letson

A new manifesto for performance studies on the art of queer of color worldmaking

336 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-3277-4 • $30.00 In the Sexual Cultures series August 2018

S A M PLE S FR O M T H E TA B LE O F CO N T EN T S:

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ADOPTION Catherine Ceniza Choy ART Margo Machida CULTURE Robert G. Lee DEPORTATION Bill Ong Hing DIASPORA Evelyn Hu-Dehart EMPIRE Moon-Ho Jung FAMILY Evelyn Nakano Glenn FILM Jigna Desai FOOD Anita Mannur MEMORY Viet Thanh Nguyen MILITARISM Vernadette Vicuña Gonzalez RACE Junaid Rana RELIGION David Kim TERRORISM Rajini Srikanth WAR K. Scott Wong

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GLOBAL FAMILIES

A History of Asian International Adoption in America

Catherine Ceniza Choy Unearths the little-known historical origins of Asian international adoption in the United States

244 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-9217-4 • $25.00 In the Nation of Nations series

ASIAN AMERICAN MEDIA ACTIVISM Fighting for Cultural Citizenship

Lori Kido Lopez

How activists and minority communities use media to facilitate social change and achieve cultural citizenship

272 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-6683-0 • $27.00 In the Critical Cultural Communication series Instructor’s Guide Available Winner, 2013-14 Asian/Pacific American Award for Literature, Adult Non-Fiction presented by the APALA

BEING MUSLIM

A Cultural History of Women of Color in American Islam

Sylvia Chan-Malik

An exploration of twentieth and twenty-first century U.S. Muslim womanhood that centers the lived experience of women of color

288 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-2342-0 • $29.00 June 2018

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CITIZENS OF ASIAN AMERICA

RACIAL RECONSTRUCTION

Black Inclusion, Chinese Exclusion, and the Fictions of Citizenship

Edlie L. Wong

Sheds new light on comparative racialization in America, and illuminates how slavery and Reconstruction influenced the histories of Chinese immigration to the West

304 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-1796-2 • $28.00 In the America and the Long 19th Century Series

NEOCITIZENSHIP

Political Culture after Democracy

Democracy and Race during the Cold War

Eva Cherniavsky

Examines the liberalization of immigration policies, which worked not only to increase the civil rights of Asian Americans but also to improve the nation’s ties with Asian countries during the Cold War.

232 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-9357-7 • $30.00

Cindy I-Fen Cheng

How political realities are formed when the government ceases to be a guarantor of rights and democracy

285 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-8073-7 • $24.00 In the Nation of Nations series

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