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Representations Doing Asian American Rhetoric / edited by LuMing Mao and Morris Young. [print]

Contributor(s): Young, Morris, 1967- | Mao, LuMing, 1959- | Project Muse []Material type: TextTextPublication details: Logan, Utah : Utah State University Press, [(c)2008. ; Baltimore, Maryland : Project MUSE, 2012. Description: 1 online resource (xv, 341 pages) : illustrationsContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780874217254; 0874217253Subject(s): Intercultural communication -- United States | Asian Americans -- Intellectual life | Asian Americans -- Cultural assimilation | Asian Americans -- Education -- Language arts | English language -- Rhetoric -- Study and teaching -- Foreign speakers | United StatesLOC classification: PE1405.U6PE1405.U6.M296.R477 2008Online resources: Click here to access online COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission: https://lib.ciu.edu/copyright-request-form
Contents:
Introduction: Performing Asian American rhetoric into the American imaginary -- Performing Asian American rhetoric in context. Transnational Asian American rhetoric as a diasporic practice / Rory Ong -- Reexamining the between-worlds Trope in cross-cultural composition studies / Tomo Hattori and Stuart Ching -- Asian American rhetorical memory and a "Memory that is only sometimes our own" / Haivan V. Hoang -- Listening for legacies; or How I began to hear Dorothy Laigo Cordova, the Pinay behind the podium known as FANHS / Terese Guinsatao Monberg -- Learning authenticity: pedagogies of Hindu nationalism in North America / Subhasree Chakravarty -- Relocating authority: coauthor(iz)ing a Japanese American ethos of resistance under mass incarceration / Mira Chieko Shimabukuro -- Rhetoric of the Asian American self: influences of region and social class on autobiographical writing / Robyn Tasaka -- "Translating" and "transforming" Asian American identities. Artful bigotry and kitsch": a study of stereotype, mimicry, and satire in Asian American t-shirt rhetoric / Vincent N. Pham and Kent A. Ono -- Beyond "Asian American" and back: coalitional rhetoric in print and new media / Jolivette Mecenas -- On the road with P.T. Barnum's traveling Chinese museum: rhetorics of public reception and self-resistance in the emergence of literature by Chinese American women / Mary Louise Buley-Meissner -- Rereading Sui Sin Far: a rhetoric of defiance / Bo Wang -- Margaret Cho, Jake Shimabukuro, and rhetorics in a minor key / Jeffrey Carroll -- "Maybe I could play a hooker in something!" Asian American identity, gender, and comedy in the rhetoric of Margaret Cho / Michaela D.E. Meyer -- Learning Asian American affect / K. Hyoejin Yoon -- Afterword: Toward a theory of Asian American rhetoric: what is to be done?
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Introduction: Performing Asian American rhetoric into the American imaginary -- Performing Asian American rhetoric in context. Transnational Asian American rhetoric as a diasporic practice / Rory Ong -- Reexamining the between-worlds Trope in cross-cultural composition studies / Tomo Hattori and Stuart Ching -- Asian American rhetorical memory and a "Memory that is only sometimes our own" / Haivan V. Hoang -- Listening for legacies; or How I began to hear Dorothy Laigo Cordova, the Pinay behind the podium known as FANHS / Terese Guinsatao Monberg -- Learning authenticity: pedagogies of Hindu nationalism in North America / Subhasree Chakravarty -- Relocating authority: coauthor(iz)ing a Japanese American ethos of resistance under mass incarceration / Mira Chieko Shimabukuro -- Rhetoric of the Asian American self: influences of region and social class on autobiographical writing / Robyn Tasaka -- "Translating" and "transforming" Asian American identities. Artful bigotry and kitsch": a study of stereotype, mimicry, and satire in Asian American t-shirt rhetoric / Vincent N. Pham and Kent A. Ono -- Beyond "Asian American" and back: coalitional rhetoric in print and new media / Jolivette Mecenas -- On the road with P.T. Barnum's traveling Chinese museum: rhetorics of public reception and self-resistance in the emergence of literature by Chinese American women / Mary Louise Buley-Meissner -- Rereading Sui Sin Far: a rhetoric of defiance / Bo Wang -- Margaret Cho, Jake Shimabukuro, and rhetorics in a minor key / Jeffrey Carroll -- "Maybe I could play a hooker in something!" Asian American identity, gender, and comedy in the rhetoric of Margaret Cho / Michaela D.E. Meyer -- Learning Asian American affect / K. Hyoejin Yoon -- Afterword: Toward a theory of Asian American rhetoric: what is to be done?

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