9781566395786

A Part, Yet Apart

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  • ISBN13:

    9781566395786

  • ISBN10:

    156639578X

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 1998-01-06
  • Publisher: Temple Univ Pr

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments
Foreword: South Asian Identity in Asian America
Introduction: Closing the Gap? South Asians Challenge Asian American Studiesp. 1
With Kaleidoscope Eyes: The Potential (Dangers) of Identitarian Coalitionsp. 25
The Limits of (South Asian) Names and Labels: Postcolonial or Asian American?p. 49
The Racial Gap: South Asian American Racial Identity and the Asian American Movementp. 69
Pahkar Singh's Argument with Asian America: Color and the Structure of Race Formationp. 79
Crafting Solidaritiesp. 105
At the Crossroads: College Activism and Its Impact on Asian American Identity Formationp. 127
From Campus to Community Politics in Asian Americap. 146
The Call of Rice: (South) Asian American Queer Communitiesp. 168
Ram Yoshino Uppuluri's Campaign: The Implications for Panethnicity in Asian Americap. 186
A World Apart: A Reading of South Asian American Literaturep. 217
Min(d)ing the Gap: South Asian Americans and Diasporap. 235
Contributorsp. 267
In the Seriesp. 269
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