Pacific America : histories of transoceanic crossings /

In recent times, the Asia-Pacific region has far surpassed Europe in terms of reciprocal trade with the United States, and since the 1980s immigrants from Asia entering the United States have exceeded their counterparts from Europe, reversing a longstanding historical trend and making Asian American...

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Other Authors / Creators:Kurashige, Lon, 1964- editor.
Format: eBook Electronic
Language:English
Imprint: Honolulu : University of Hawaiʻi Press, [2017]
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Table of Contents:
  • A very long early modern? : Asia and its oceans, 1000-1850 / John E. Wills, Jr.
  • Transatlantic and transpacific connections in early American history / Kariann Akemi Yokota
  • The Pacific Ocean as highway to gold mountain : the Hong Kong connection, 1850-1900 / Elizabeth Sinn
  • Pop Gingle's Cold War / Peter E. Hamilton
  • Chinese and American collaborations through educational exchange during the era of exclusion, 1872-1955 / Madeline Y. Hsu
  • Japanese reinvention of self through Hawaiʻi's Japanese Americans / Yujin Yaguchi
  • Fighting the postwar in Little Saigon / Phuong Nguyen
  • Transpacific accommodation and the defense of Asian immigrants / Lon Kurashige
  • Kilsoo Haan, American intelligence, and the anticipated Japanese invasion of California, 1931-1943 / Brian Hayashi
  • Transpacific adoption : the Korean War, US missionaries, and Cold War liberalism / Susie Woo
  • Inter-imperial relations, the Pacific, and Asian American history / Augusto Espiritu
  • Japanese immigrant settler colonialism and the construction of a US national security regime against the transborder "yellow peril" / Eiichiro Azuma
  • How the Portuguese became white : the racial politics of pre-annexation Hawaiʻi / Christen T. Sasaki
  • Who closed the sea? : archipelagoes of amnesia between the United States and Japan / Greg Dvorak
  • Japanese commemorations of World War II in the Mariana Islands / Keith L. Camacho.