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San and the state: Contesting land, development, identity and representation
|Series||History, cultural traditions and innovations in Southern Africa -- 18|
|Contributions||Hrsg.: Hohmann, Thekla|
Chiou-ling Yeh is an assistant professor of history at San Diego State University. She was a Kevin Starr Fellow in California Studies at the University of California Humanities Research Institute in Her essay, "Contesting Identities: Youth Rebellion in San Francisco's Chinese New Year Festivals, ," is included in an anthology, The Chinese in America: A History from Gold. Drawing on information gathered from forty-eight in-depth interviews and years of research, this book illustrates how ethnic identity is negotiated by this group through choice - the adoption of ethnic labels, the invention of ""traditions, "" the consumption of ethnic products, and participation in voluntary societies. The XXXIV International Congress of the Latin American Studies Association in New York City will celebrate LASA ‘ s 50th anniversary at which numerous faculty and graduate students will be attending. For the convenience of conference attendees and participants, we have prepared a list of all Tulane affiliated presenters below. We look forward to seeing you at LASA!
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Vol. 47, No. 1, Apr., Published by: Cambridge University Press. San and the State: Contesting Land, Development, Identity and Representation by Thekla Hohmann. San and the State: Contesting Land, Development, Identity and Representation by Thekla Hohmann.
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