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American Studies as Transnational Practice
Turning toward the Transpacific
Yuan Shu, ed.; Donald E. Pease, ed.

Dartmouth College Press



Contents

Introduction: Transnational American Studies and the Transpacific Imaginary—Yuan Shu and Donald E. Pease
• PART 1. TRANSNATIONAL PRACTICES: OUTSIDE/INSIDE AMERICAN STUDIES
• How Transnationalism Reconfigured the Field of American Studies: The Transnational/Diaspora Complex—Donald E. Pease
• Post-Soviet American Studies—Eva Cherniavsky
• Transnationalism, Planetary Consciousness, and American Studies—Yuan Shu
• PART 2. DEEP MAPS, POSTRACIAL IMAGINARIES, DIASPORIZED NETWORKS, AND OTHER TRANSNATIONAL LITERARY ASSEMBLAGES
• Transnational Mark Twain—Shelley Fisher Fishkin
• Racial Memory and the Modern Borders of the Nation-State—Rafael Pérez-Torres
• The Other Side of History, the Other Side of Fiction: Form and Genre in Susshu Foster’s
Atomik Aztex—Ramón Saldívar
• PART 3. REMAPPING THE TRANSPACIFIC TURN: FROM THE BLACK PACIFIC AND OCEANIC ECOPOETICS TO ANTIPODEAN TRANSNATIONALISMS
• The Manchurian Philosopher: W. E. B. Du Bois in the Eurasian Pacific—Etsuko Taketani
• Toward an Ecopoetics of Oceania: Worlding the Asia-Pacific Region as Space-Time Ecumene—Rob Wilson
• Antipodean Transnationalism: The Empire Lies Athwart—Paul Giles
• Transpacific Studies and the Cultures of US Imperialism—John Carlos Rowe
• PART 4. DECOLONIZING THE GEOPOLITICS OF KNOWLEDGE FOR THE PACIFIC CENTURY
• Geopolitics of Knowing/Understanding and American Studies: A Decolonial Argument or View from the Global South—Walter D. Mignolo
• Industries of Memory: The Việt Nam War in Art—Viet Thanh Nguyen
• ChinAmerica: Global Affairs and Planetary Consciousness—Alfred Hornung
• Negotiating the Technological Empire: Cosmopolitics, Colonial Modernity, and Early Chinese American Autobiographical Writing—Yuan Shu
• Contributors
• Index

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