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In the wake of 9/11 terrorist attacks and the Iraq War, a number of scholars and critics started reconfiguring the discourse of globalism by introducing such ideas as Planetarity (Gayatri Spivak, 2003), Hemispheric Imagination (Gretchen Murphy, 2005), Deep Time (Wai Chee Dimock, 2008), Transpacific Imagination (Yunte Huang, 2008), Deep Maps (Shelley Fisher Fishkin, 2011), and Deterritorialization (Paul Giles, 2011). This title seeks to present perspectives on such ideas as well as the traditional concepts of transnational and transregional cultural expression. It introduces transatlantic, transpacific and even global viewpoints to provide a comprehensive view of cultural exchanges and growth across the Pacific.
Volume IAppendix of SourcesForeword - Shelley Fisher FishkinEditor's Introduction: Trans-Pacific Cultural Studies - Takayuki Tatsumi U S -Japan Literary Interactions in the Transpacific Cultural History - Takayuki TatsumiAsian CrossroadsTransnational American Studies - Shelley Fisher Fishkin Historical Lessons in Asian-American Relations: Searching for Inter-Civilizational Dialogue - Daizaburo Yui A New Perspective on American History from the Other Side of the Pacific - Jun Furuya Toward a Pacific Civilization - Gary Y Okihiro Reprogramming Memories: The Historicization of the Vietnam War from the 1970s through the 1990s - Eikoh Ikui A Global Superpower or a Model of Democracy? Images of America in Post-Cold War Japan - Fumiko Nishizaki Chop Suey as Imagined Authentic Chinese Food: The Culinary Identity of Chinese Restaurants in the United States - Haiming Liu To Clear Up a Cloud Hanging on the Pacific Ocean: The 1927 Japan-U.S. Doll Exchange - Rui KohiyamaA Tragedy of Democracy: Japanese Confinement in North America - Greg RobinsonThe Transnational Artists Yun-Fei Ji, Hung Liu, and Zhang Hongtu: Globalization, Hybridity, and Political Critique - Joyce Brodsky The Archipelagic Black Global Imaginary: Walter White's Pacific Island Hopping - Etsuko TaketaniVolume II: Trans-Pacific Literary StudiesPrelimsLiterary History on the Road: Transatlantic Crossings and Transpacific Crossovers - Takayuki Tatsumi Editors' Introduction: New Perspectives on 'The War-Prayer' - Shelley Fisher Fishkin and Takayuki TatsMark Twain's 'The War-Prayer'-The Reflections on Vietnam and Iraq - Mong-Lan The Realm of an Empire and the Reach of Empathy: Reconsideration of Humanism in Mark Twain's 'The War-Prayer' - Michio Arimitsu Mark Twain and Gensai Murai: A Japanese Inspiration for 'The War-Prayer' - Kevin Mac DonnellThe Transpacific Gaze in Tropic of Orange - Gayle K SatoThe Melancholy Melodrama of "Honorary Whiteness": The Case of Yuasa Katsuei's Colonial Fiction - Mary A Knighton Herman Melville's "Pequot Trilogy": The Pequot War in Moby-Dick, Israel Potter and Clarel - Yukiko Oshima Rethinking Cultural Awareness Toward Nature: Oriental Animals in Herman Melville's Clarel - Mikayo Sakuma Japanese Ishmael: "John" Manjiro Nakahama Crossing the Vital Year 1850 - Makino Arimichi Onoto Watanna's Japanese Collaborators and Commentators"Will White Man and Yellow Man Ever Mix?": Wallace Irwin, Hashimura Togo, and the Japanese Immigrant in America - Yoshiko Uzawa Surviving the Perpetual Winter: The Role of Little Boy in Vonnegut's Cat's Cradle - Fumika Nagano Absent Presence as Nonprotest Narrative: Internment, Interethnicity, and Christianity in Hisaye Yamamoto's "The Eskimo Connection" - Rie Makino Pioneer Narrative of an Internee Girl: Cynthia Kadohata's Weedflower (2006) and Nikkei Reclaim for the American West - Yukari Kato The Imaginary Space in Indian-American Fiction: A Catalyst for Rebellion in Jhumpa Lahiri's The Lowland - Shunsuke Shiga Beyond K's Specter: Chang-rae Lee's A Gesture Life, Comfort Women Testimonies, and Asian American Transnational Aesthetics - Belinda KongVolume III: Science Fiction and Cyber CulturePrelimsA Soft Time Machine: From Translation to Transfiguration - Takayuki Tatsumi Horror and Machines in Prewar Japan: The Mechanical Uncanny in Yumeno Kyusaku's Dogura magura - Miri Nakamura Two Essays on Science Fiction - Abe Kobo From Parody to Simulacrum: Japanese SF, Regionalism, and the Inauthentic in the Early Works of Komatsu Sakyo and Tsutsui Yasutaka - William O Gardner Japanese SF, Its Originality and Orientation (1969) - Koichi Yamano "Collective Reason": A Proposal (1971, rev. 2000) - Shibano Takumi Space, Body, and Aliens in Japanese Women's Science Fiction - Mari Kotani Has the Empire Sunk Yet?-The Pacific in Japanese Science Fiction - Thomas Schnellbacher Techno-Orientalism with Chinese Characteristics: Maureen F McHugh's China Mountain Zhang - Christopher T Fan "Great Wall Planet": Introducing Chinese Science Fiction - Yan Wu On the Mythologerm: Kalpavigyan and the Question of Imperial Science - Bodhisattva Chattopadhyay Crossing the Border: The Depiction of India in Ian McDonald's River of Gods and Cyberabad Days - Suparno BanerjeeVolume IV: Cool AsiaPrelimsIntroduction to Three Asias: Japan-Invisible Asias, Other Japans - Takayuki Tatsumi Storming the Floating World of Postmodern Hyperreality - Larry McCaffery Introduction to New Japanese Fiction - Larry McCaffery and Sinda Gregory On the Monstrous Planet, or How Godzilla Took a Roman Holiday - Takayuki Tatsumi The Japan Fad in Global Youth Culture and Millennial Capitalism - Anne Allison Doll Beauties and Cosplay - Mari KotaniLittle House in the Far East: The American Frontier Spirit and Japanese Girls' Comics - Hisayo Ogushi Where Is My Place in the World? Early Shojo Manga Portrayals of Lesbianism - Yukari FujimotoTezuka Is Dead: Manga in Transformation and Its Dysfunctional Discourse - Ito Go and Miri Nakamura "Becoming-Insect Woman": Tezuka's Feminist Species - Mary A Knighton Gundam and the Future of Japanoid Art - Takayuki Tatsumi The Animalization of Otaku Culture - Thomas Lamarre and Hiroki Azuma The Art of Cute Little Things: Nara Yoshitomo's Parapolitics - Marilyn IvyThe Sacrificial Economy of Cuteness in Tamala 2010: A Punk Cat in Space - Emily Raine What Can a Vocaloid Do? The Kyara as Body without Organs - Sandra Annett