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Ethnic Minorities% - Japan A The Ryūky Kingdom(1429-1879 Between China and Japan(and Elsewhere B Okinawa From Semi-Autonomous Kingdom to

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HILD 12: 20 th -Century East Asia (Spring 2010) Professor Henry Lecture Outline (4-16): Ethnic Minorities: Koreans and Okinawans in Imperial Japan I. The De-Politicization and Re-Politicization of Women in Modern East Asia continued from 4-12 A. Similar “Modern Girl” Aesthetics: Mirror Gazing B. Local Variations on Global Themes: Traditional Beauty with Modern Products C. Chinese “Modern Girl” as Power Struggle over Gendered Roles and Identities II. Imperial Japan as Multi-Ethnic Empire (1868-1945) A. Review of Japanese Empire Building in Prewar East Asia III. Okinawa: From Semi-Autonomous Kingdom in Asia to “Internal Colony” of
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Unformatted text preview: Japan A. The Ryūkyū Kingdom (1429-1879): Between China and Japan (and Elsewhere) B. Okinawa: From Semi-Autonomous Kingdom to “Internal Colony ” (1879-Present) C. “Assimilation” of Okinawans as Ethnic Minority: The Dialect Placard System IV. Discrimination against Ethnic Minorities in Imperial Japan (1868-1945) A. Inter-Ethnic Competition: The Case of Okinawan Immigrants in Osaka B. Korean Immigrant Workers in Prewar Japan: Push and Pull Factors C. Ethnic Violence: Korean Massacre during The Great Kantō Earthquake (1923)...
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