immigration, citizenship

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Week 2: “Immigration, Citizenship, Racialization” - Collectively forged images, histories, and narratives that place, displace and replace individuals powerfully shape who the citizenry is, what they remember and what they forget - Through national culture is the subject formed as an American citizen - Culture is the medium of the present mediates the past - In remembering the past, subjects imagine and practice both subject and
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Unformatted text preview: community differently-Vietnam war radically altered the unities of “community”, “nation” and “culture”-The American citizen has been defined over against the Asian immigrant, legally, economically, and culturally-Asian countries: exotic, barbaric, and alien-Asians will always be seen as the immigrant-...
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