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  • Yellow peril! : an archive of anti-Asian fear
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  • Verso, London ; Brooklyn : 2014
  • 2014
  • Språk: Engelska.
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Physical Description
  • xii, 384 pages : illustrations (some color), maps (some color) ; 24 cm
Bibliography, etc. Note
  • Includes bibliographical references.
Formatted Contents Note
  • pt. One Imagined West -- 1. Decolonizing Scholarship -- "Mapping Boundaries of Difference and Shared Spaces, a Visual Essay" (2013) / John Kuo Wei Tchen -- "Mapping: Local Gone Global" (2007) / John Kuo Wei Tchen -- "The Theft of History" (2006) / Jack Goody -- Hemispheres of the Globe (1884) -- "Where Is The West? Where Is The East?" (1997) / Karen E. Wigen -- "Positional Superiority of Western Knowledge" (2012) / Linda Tuhiwai Smith -- "Occidentalism and Modernity" (1996) / Fernando Coronil -- 2. Westernizing Europe -- St. George and the Dragon (1876) -- Eurasia -- "Eurasia: The Horse and the Wheel" (2009) / David W. Anthony -- Classical Routes -- "Homer's Phoenicians" (1995) / Irene J. Winter -- "Isocrates' `Europe vs. Asia' Rhetoric" (2004) / Benjamin Isaac -- "Greeks and Multiple Barbarians" (2005) / Adam Kuper -- Rise of Western Fundamentalism -- "Letter to Pope Urban II" (1094/1095) / Alexios I. Komnenos -- "That Detestable Race of Satan" (1240) / Matthew Paris -- "The Story of Gog and Magog" (1998) / Scott D. Westrem -- "Placing the Jews in Late Medieval English Literature" (2002) / Suzanne Conklin Akbari -- "Christians on Saracens" (2003) / John V. Tolan -- "Latin Christendom's `Doctrine of Discovery': Papal Bulls, 1452, 1455, 1493" (2013) / John Kuo Wei Tchen -- Treaty of Tordesillas (1494) -- Cantino Planisphere (1502) -- "The Westernization of Europe" (1995) / Gerard Delanty -- pt. Two Manifest Destinies -- 3. Geo-Racial Mapping -- "Five Categories of Homo Sapiens" (1758) / Carl Linnaeus -- "Five Races of Mankind" (1795) / Johann Friedrich Blumenbach -- "The Development of Color" (1844) / Robert Chambers -- "Types of Mankind" (1854) / Samuel George Morton -- Phrenological Journal (1870) -- "Descendants of the Great Apes" (1876) / Ernst Haeckel -- "The Jolly Giant's Artist Agrees with Darwin" (1874) -- "Existing Facts of Human Ascent" (1926) / Henry Fairfield Osborn -- "Hither and Farther Asia," (1837) / G. W. F. Hegel -- "Race and the Asiatic Mode of Production" (1989) / Brendan O'Leary -- "John Stuart Mill's Asian Parable," (2001) / Robert Kurfirst -- "Gobineau on `China as Menace'" (1999) / Gregory Blue -- "World Cephalic Index" (1897) / William Z. Ripley -- "Color Map of the World" (1903) -- "Civilization Stands Up to the Horde, a Visual Essay" (2013) / Dylan Yeats -- "He Vomits the Yellow to Swallow the White" (1904) -- "The Pressure of Asia" (1904) / H. J. Mackinder -- "With Faces like the Snouts of Dogs" (1904) / Theodore Roosevelt -- "The Yellow Peril" (1904) / Jack London -- 4. Anglo America's "Great Game" -- "Justice" and "The Indian Revolt" (1857) -- "The Year 1899" (1893) / William Ward Crane -- "The Psychology of Colonialism" (1988) / Ashis Nandy -- "Perilous Frontiers" (1994) / Gary Okihiro -- "The March of the Flag" (1898) / Albert Jeremiah Beveridge -- "It Ought to Be a Happy New Year" (1899) / Victor Gillam -- "Trying On Her New Necklace" (1907) / Luther Bradley -- Yellow Danger (1898) -- Unknown (1939) -- "Spectres of the Great Game" (1998) / James L. Hevia -- "Modernity's (Yellow) Perils" (2006) / Urmila Seshagiri -- Rising Tide of Color (1921) -- Amazing Stories (1927) -- pt. Three Indispensable Enemies -- 5. Enemy Within -- "The Promise and the Peril, a Visual Essay" (2013) / Dylan Yates -- "A Statue for Our Harbor" (1881) / George Frederick Keller -- "A Chinese View of the Statue of Liberty" (1885) / Saum Song Bo -- "The Chinese Exclusion Case" (1889) -- "A Peaceful Invasion, a Visual Essay" (2013) / Dylan Yates -- "National Abjection" (2002) / Karen Shimakawa -- "Racial Triangulation Theory" (1999) / Claire Jean Kim -- Turban Tide (1908) -- "Save Our State from Oriental Aggression" (1918) -- Mongol in Our Midst (1924) -- "A Future America" (1916) / Randolph Bourne -- "The Shape of Fear" (1926) / W. E. B. Du Bois -- "The Marching Chinese" (1929) -- "Waiting for
Summary, etc
  • "The "yellow peril" is one of the most long-standing and pervasive racist ideas in Western culture--indeed, this book traces its history to the Enlightenment era. Yet while Fu Manchu evokes a fading historical memory, yellow peril ideology persists, animating, for example, campaign commercials from the 2012 presidential election. Yellow Peril! is the first comprehensive repository of anti-Asian images and writing, pop culture artifacts and political polemic. Written by two leading scholars and replete with paintings, photographs and images drawn from dime novels, posters, comics, theatrical productions, movies, polemical and pseudo-scholarly literature, and other pop culture ephemera, this book is both a unique and fascinating archive and a modern analysis of this crucial historical formation"-- Provided by publisher.
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From invading hordes to enemy agents, a great fear haunts the West!

The "yellow peril" is one of the oldest and most pervasive racist ideas in Western culture--dating back to the birth of European colonialism during the Enlightenment. Yet while Fu Manchu looks almost quaint today, the prejudices that gave him life persist in modern culture. Yellow Peril! is the first comprehensive repository of anti-Asian images and writing, and it surveys the extent of this iniquitous form of paranoia.

Written by two dedicated scholars and replete with paintings, photographs, and images drawn from pulp novels, posters, comics, theatrical productions, movies, propagandistic and pseudo-scholarly literature, and a varied world of pop culture ephemera, this is both a unique and fascinating archive and a modern analysis of this crucial historical formation.

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