Saturday, November 13 / 4:00 PM - 5:45 PM Ormandy East (Lobby Level)

Session 219
Asians and the Construction of Ethnic Identities: Nationalism, Colonialism, and Power Relations

Chair: Leander Seah, Stetson University
Discussant: Leander Seah, Stetson University

1. What’s in Your Cup? The Making of Taiwanese Public Sphere in Japanese Empire, 1895-1945Huei-Ying Kuo, Johns Hopkins University.

2. Claiming the Overseas Taiwanese: Nationality and Ethnicity in the Early Post-War Republic of ChinaEvan Dawley, Goucher College.

3. The Remnants of Defeat: Interracial Intimacy and Racial Mixing in the Construction of Postwar Japanese IdentityMasako Endo, Rowan University.

4. Chinatown Friendship Gates as Soft Power Tools in China-Taiwan-US Relations, 1970-1984Sarah Yu, University of Pennsylvania.

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