War, Occupation, and Creativity: Japan and East Asia, 1920-1960
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504pp. May 2001
War, Occupation, and Creativity: Japan and East Asia, 1920-1960
Editor: Mayo, Marlene J.; Rimer, J. Thomas; Kerkham, H. Eleanor;
This collection of essays, based on international collaboration by scholars in Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, and the United States, is the first systematic, interdisciplinary attempt to address the social, political, and spiritual significance of the modern
"[An] insightful collection ... bringing a much-needed focus on the creative arts during this crucial period" --Pacific Affairs 75 (Winter 2002-2003)

"In addition to Marlene J. Mayo's meticulous introduction ..., this anthology includes numerous

Editor: Mayo, Marlene J.; Rimer, J. Thomas; Kerkham, H. Eleanor;
Marlene J. Mayo is associate professor of history at the University of Maryland. J. Thomas Rimer is professor of Japanese literature at the University of Pittsburgh.
TOC: Part 1: EMPIRE: Occupied Territories

1. Korea the Colony and the Poet Sowol
David R. McCann

2. Writing the Colonial Self: Yang Kui's Texts of Resistance and National Identity
Angelina C. Yee

3. The Development of Official Art Exhibitions




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