Representations Doing Asian American Rhetoric / edited by LuMing Mao and Morris Young.

Logan, Utah : Utah State University Press, 2008.
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Asian American rhetorics, produced through cultural contact between Asian traditions and US English, also comprise a dynamic influence on the cultural conditions and practices within which they move. Though always interesting to linguists and ""contact language"" scholars, in an increasingly globalized era, these subjects are of interest to scholars in a widening range of disciplines-especially those in rhetoric and writing studies. Mao, Young, and their contributors propose that Asian American discourse should be seen as a spacious form, one that deliberately and selectively inco
Introduction: Performing Asian American rhetoric into the American imaginary
Performing Asian American rhetoric in context. Transnational Asian American rhetoric as a diasporic practice / Rory Ong
Reexamining the between-worlds Trope in cross-cultural composition studies / Tomo Hattori and Stuart Ching
Asian American rhetorical memory and a "Memory that is only sometimes our own" / Haivan V. Hoang
Listening for legacies; or How I began to hear Dorothy Laigo Cordova, the Pinay behind the podium known as FANHS / Terese Guinsatao Monberg
Learning authenticity: pedagogies of Hindu nationalism in North America / Subhasree Chakravarty
Relocating authority: coauthor(iz)ing a Japanese American ethos of resistance under mass incarceration / Mira Chieko Shimabukuro
Rhetoric of the Asian American self: influences of region and social class on autobiographical writing / Robyn Tasaka
"Translating" and "transforming" Asian American identities. Artful bigotry and kitsch": a study of stereotype, mimicry, and satire in Asian American t-shirt rhetoric / Vincent N. Pham and Kent A. Ono
Beyond "Asian American" and back: coalitional rhetoric in print and new media / Jolivette Mecenas
On the road with P.T. Barnum's traveling Chinese museum: rhetorics of public reception and self-resistance in the emergence of literature by Chinese American women / Mary Louise Buley-Meissner
Rereading Sui Sin Far: a rhetoric of defiance / Bo Wang
Margaret Cho, Jake Shimabukuro, and rhetorics in a minor key / Jeffrey Carroll
"Maybe I could play a hooker in something!" Asian American identity, gender, and comedy in the rhetoric of Margaret Cho / Michaela D.E. Meyer
Learning Asian American affect / K. Hyoejin Yoon
Afterword: Toward a theory of Asian American rhetoric: what is to be done?
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Young, Morris, 1967-
Mao, LuMing, 1959-
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