Issue 11, August 2005
Media and the Creation of New Japanese Women and Narrating War, Imperialism and the Nation
Guest editor for papers on Josei: Elise Tipton
Introduction. Mediating the Modern: The Magazine Josei in 1920s Japan
Josei: A Magazine for the 'New Woman'
Chiba Kameo: The Making of Modern Japanese Women
Sex in the City: Chastity vs Free Love in Interwar Japan
Narrating War, Imperialism and the Nation
A Forgotten 'Hero': Kawahara Misako and Japan's Informal Imperialism in Mongolia
The Nation is a Woman: The Korean Nation Embodied as an Overseas Adopted Korean Woman
War Through Women's Eyes: Nam Phuong's Red on Gold and Yung Krall's A Thousand Tears Falling
Book Reviews edited by Anne-Marie Medcalf
Susan L. Burns
Before the Nation: Kokugaku and the Imagining of Community in Early Modern Japan
Korean Shamanism: The Cultural Paradox
Patricia V. Symonds
Calling in the Soul: Gender and the Cycle of Life in a Hmong Village
William Leap and Tom Boellstorff (editors)
Speaking in Queer Tongues: Globalization and Gay Language
Elizabeth Mary Holt
Colonizing Filipinas: Nineteenth-Century Representations of the Philippines
This issue was originally published in Intersections: Gender, History and Culture in the Asian Context, with the assistance of Murdoch University.
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