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By Heike Raphael-Hernandez, Shannon Steen, Gary Okihiro, Vijay Prashad
With a Foreword by way of Vijay Prashad and an Afterword by way of Gary Okihiro
How may well we comprehend yellowface performances by means of African americans in Nineteen Thirties swing diversifications of Gilbert and Sullivan's The Mikado, Paul Robeson's help of Asian and Asian American struggles, or the absorption of hip hop through Asian American early life culture?
AfroAsian Encounters is the 1st anthology to examine the mutual effect of and relationships among contributors of the African and Asian diasporas. whereas those teams have usually been considered occupying incommensurate, if now not opposing, cultural and political positions, students from heritage, literature, media, and the visible arts the following hint their interconnections and interactions, in addition to the tensions among the 2 teams that usually come up. AfroAsian Encounters probes past pop culture to track the ancient lineage of those coalitions from the past due 19th century to the present.
A foreword by way of Vijay Prashad units the quantity within the context of the Bandung convention part a century in the past, and an afterword via Gary Okihiro charts the contours of a “Black Pacific.” From the background of jap jazz composers to the present acclaim for black/Asian “buddy motion pictures” like Rush Hour, AfroAsian Encounters is a groundbreaking intervention into stories of race and ethnicity and a very important examine the moving that means of race within the twenty-first century.
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Political and legal calculus. He configures both citizenship and membership in the American nation as a right one can earn by proving loyalty to the nation-state. 21 Harlan draws on the notion of the American soldier as the quintessential citizen, yet the image of the African American soldier fighting for the nation is chronologically disjunctive—“citizens of the black race” who fought in the Civil War did so before they were legally citizens. He counters this discrepancy with the image of the Chinese “coolie” who has no legal claim to the nation, a “race so different” he is forbidden from entering the country.
Plessy is almost always excerpted in constitutional law textbooks, which as T. ”13 In his solitary and passionate dissent that lambasted the majority opinion, Justice John Marshall Harlan famously argued against segregation, claiming: “In the view of the Constitution, in the eye of the law, there is in this country no superior, dominant, ruling class of citizens. There is no caste here. Our Constitution is color-blind, and neither knows nor tolerates classes among citizens. ”14 A central—and peculiar—portion of his argument, however, is rarely excerpted.
W. E. B. Du Bois, The Souls of Black Folk (1903), in W. E. B. Du Bois, Writings (New York: Library of America, 1986), 372. 4. Kimberlé Crenshaw, “Color Blindness, History, and the Law,” in The House That Race Built, ed. Wahneema Lubiano (New York: Pantheon, 1996), 282. 5. Plessy v. S. at 537 (1896). 6. As Neil Gotanda explains: “American racial classification follows two formal rules: 1) Rule of Recognition: Any person whose Black-African ancestry is visible is Black. ” Neil Gotanda, “A Critique of ‘Our Constitution Is Color-Blind,’” Stanford Literature Review 44 (1991): 24.
AfroAsian Encounters: Culture, History, Politics by Heike Raphael-Hernandez, Shannon Steen, Gary Okihiro, Vijay Prashad