Culture and Identity in the Asia-Pacific

Graduate Journal of Asia-Pacific Studies Volume 2 Number 1 March 2004

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The theme for the second edition is 'Culture and Identity in the Asia-Pacific’.

Each of the articles (and indeed the reviews as well) touches on a particular aspect of the Asia-Pacific experience of culture and/or identity.

Consistent with the focus of the journal, the authors come from a range of disciplines (Anthropology, English, Cultural Studies, History, Politics, Film and Media, and Fine Arts) and have engaged the theme from a number of different methodological and analytical angles.

They represent an eclectic mix, but each in its own way offers insights into questions of culture and identity in some or other part of the region, which both specialists and those from outside disciplines will find interesting and enlightening.

Contents


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Cover
Culture and Identity in the Asia-Pacific cover (100.2 kB, PDF)
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Contents
GJAPS Volume 2 Number 1 table of contents (47.4 kB, PDF)
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China Today
Josehine Do - Cover artwork (381.6 kB, PDF)

Editorial


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Culture and Identity in the Asia-Pacific
Editorial (51.9 kB, PDF)

Visual essay


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'The Asian Belle': A Visual Essay
Moon Chungmin (265.6 kB, PDF)