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Decolonizing Feminisms

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Piya Chatterjee, Series Editor

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ASIAN AME RICAN
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COLOR POLITICS

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E DITE D BY
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LY N N F U J I W A R A A N D
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University of Washington Press


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Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data
Names: Fujiwara, Lynn, 1964– editor. | Roshanravan, Shireen, editor.
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Title: Asian American feminisms and women of color politics / edited by Lynn Fujiwara and
Shireen Roshanravan.
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Description: Seattle : University of Washington Press, [2018] | Series: Decolonizing feminisms |


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Includes bibliographical references and index. |


Identifiers: LCCN 2018011126 (print) | LCCN 2018012662 (ebook) | ISBN 9780295744377 (ebook)
| ISBN 9780295744360 (hardcover : alk. paper) | ISBN 9780295744353 (pbk. : alk. paper)
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Subjects: LCSH: Feminism—United States. | Asian American women—Political activity. |


Minority women—Political activity—United States.
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Classification: LCC HQ1421 (ebook) | LCC HQ1421 .A85 2018 (print) | DDC 305.420973—dc23
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LC record available at https://lccn.loc.gov/2018011126


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This book is dedicated to:

Thomas Akira Fujiwara and Yetsuko Sakamoto Fujiwara,


may your journey be peaceful

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Melisa and Leo, for the faithful witnessing and the love

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that makes transformation possible

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CO N T E N T S

Acknowledgments 000

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INTRODUCTION
Lynn Fujiwara and Shireen Roshanravan  3

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PART ONE. RE-MEMBERING OUR PRESENT:

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Asian American Genealogies in the Emergence
of Women of Color Formations
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1. Intersectionality and Incommensurability: Third World Feminism
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and Asian Decolonization
Grace Kyungwon Hong 000
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2. Asian American Feminisms and Women of Color Feminisms:


Radicalism, Liberalism, and Invisibility
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Judy Tzu-Chun Wu 000


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PART TWO. EROTIC (DIS)CONNECTIONS:


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Epistemologies of Asian American Sexual Politics


3. Without Enhancements: Sexual Violence in the Everyday Lives
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of Asian American Women


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erin Khuê Ninh 000


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4. Peminist and Queer Affiliation in Literature as a Blueprint for


Filipinx Decolonization and Liberation
Thomas Xavier Sarmiento 000

PART THREE. DECOLONIAL INVESTMENTS:


Centering Indigeneity and Orienting against Settler Complicities
5. Decolonizing API: Centering Indigenous Pacific Islander Feminism
Stephani Nohelani Teves and Maile Arvin 000
6. Becoming Restive: Orientations in Asian American
Feminist Theory and Praxis
Tamsin Kimoto 000

7. Navigating Colonial Pitfalls: Race, Citizenship and


the Politics of “South Asian Canadian” Feminism
Sunera Thobani 000

PART FOUR. BEYOND “CULTURE CL ASH” REDUCTIONS:


Organizing against State and Interpersonal Violence

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8. The Language of Care: Hmong Refugee Activism

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and a Feminist Refugee Epistemology

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Ma Vang   000

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9. Negotiating Legacies: The “Traffic in Women” and the

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Politics of Filipina/o American Feminist Solidarity
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Gina Velasco 000
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10. Race, Reproductive Justice, and the Criminalization of Purvi Patel
Priya Kandaswamy 000
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PART FIVE. INCOMMENSURABILITY AND (IN)VISIBILITY:


Theorizing an Asian American Feminist Praxis
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11. Multiplicity, Women of Color Politics, and


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an Asian American Feminist Praxis


Lynn Fujiwara 000
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12. Weaponizing Our (In)Visibility: Asian American


Feminist Ruptures of the Model-Minority Optic
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Shireen Roshanravan 000
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List of Contributors  000

Index [[TK]]  000