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Todd A. However, when viewed from a historical perspective anchored in East Asia, these debates have curiously failed to consider the case of Japanese colonialism, where deeper physiognomic similarities between colonizer and colonized made it even more important to create, mark, and patrol the shifting boundaries between the diverse members of the multiethnic national community. However, as I will argue, this elusive project of cultural incorporation revolved around mutually constitutive definitions of Japanese-ness and Korean-ness that the colonial state was seriously invested in managing but, in practice, could hardly control. On the one hand, essentialized discourses of Korean-ness as commonly expressed by the racialized epithet yobo demonstrate how Japanese settlers aimed to distance themselves from native inhabitants and thereby justify their privileges over them. While challenging the homogenizing initiatives of the colonial state, these discourses also helped to create equally idealized notions of Japanese-ness, sensibilities the government-general could appropriate to measure the degree to which Koreans had been incorporated into the imperial community.
Skip to search Skip to main content. Reporting from:. Your name. Your email. Send Cancel. Check system status. Toggle navigation Menu. Help Need help? Name of resource. Problem URL. Describe the connection issue. Carnal knowledge and imperial power : race and the intimate in colonial rule. Responsibility Ann Laura Stoler. Imprint Berkeley : University of California Press, c Physical description xi, p.
Available online. Full view. Green Library. S79 Unknown. More options. Find it at other libraries via WorldCat Limited preview. Bibliography Includes bibliographical references p. Contents Genealogies of the intimate-- rethinking colonial categories - European communities and the boundaries of rule-- carnal knowledge and imperial power - gender, race, and morality in colonial Asia-- sexual affronts and racial frontiers - European identities and the cultural politics of exclusion in colonial Southeast Asia-- a sentimental education - children in the imperial divide-- a colonial reading of Foucault - state racism, sex and imperial genealogies.
Genealogies of the Intimate: Movements in Colonial Studies 2. Contending that social classification is not a benign cultural act but a potent political one, Stoler shows that matters of the intimate were absolutely central to imperial politics. It was, after all, in the intimate sphere of home and servants that European children learned what they were required to learn of place and race.
Gender-specific sexual sanctions, too, were squarely at the heart of imperial rule, and European supremacy was asserted in terms of national and racial virility. Stoler looks discerningly at the way cultural competencies and sensibilities entered into the construction of race in the colonial context and proposes that "cultural racism" in fact predates its postmodern discovery.
Her acute analysis of colonial Indonesian society in the lateth and earlyth centuries yields insights that translate to a global, comparative perspective. Subject Race relations. Sex customs. Bibliographic information. Publication date ISBN cloth : alk. Browse related items Start at call number: JV S79 Librarian view Catkey:
This landmark book tracks matters of intimacy to investigate matters of state in late nineteenth and early twentieth century Indonesia, particularly the critical role played by sexual arrangements and affective attachments in creating colonial categories and distinguishing the ruler from the ruled. In a new preface, Stoler takes up a broad range of problematics raised in the first edition, including the analytics of comparison, the treatment of the intimate, and more. Books Journals. Disciplines History European History. About the Book This landmark book tracks matters of intimacy to investigate matters of state in late nineteenth and early twentieth century Indonesia, particularly the critical role played by sexual arrangements and affective attachments in creating colonial categories and distinguishing the ruler from the ruled. Reviews "Comprehensive, erudite, and compelling.
Carnal Knowledge and Imperial Power: Race and the Intimate in Colonial Rule. With a New Preface Read Online · Download PDF. Save. Cite this Item Preface to the Edition: Zones of the Intimate in Imperial Formations. (pp. ix-xxxii).
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Ann Stoler. Berkeley: University of California Press, Ann Stoler's book Carnal Knowledge and Imperial Power is more a collection of interrelated essays than a progressive narrative, illustrating the complexity of colonial culture and politics. She dedicated more than a decade to research, and her approach questions the traditions of colonial history while introducing an evolution of gender theory.
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Introduction Tanis C. Thorne As a form of conquest, intimate relations in colonial settings have long tantalized observers, but since the s these relationships have gained center stage. The well-researched papers in this special issue of Frontiers provide a rich sample of this exciting wave of scholarship on intermarriage, firmly joining traditional social history with cultural critical theory. That race and gender are culturally constructed categories wielded as pliant tools for hegemonic purposes is the premise emerging from these essays.
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