Memory Contested, Locality Transformed

Representing Japanese Colonial 'Heritage' in Taiwan

Author: Min-Chin Kay Chiang

About this book

This study aims to provide an insight in the underlying fabric of colonial remains in Taiwan. Heritage became a prevailing phenomenon during the formation of modern nation-states. The image of Japan as an advanced modernized nation is rooted within Taiwan and is represented by heritage activities associated with Japanese colonial sites. The case of Japanese colonial heritage in Taiwan shows similarities and differences to the situation of colonial sites within the postcolonial metropole/colony power unbalance.

Format: Paperback

Pages: 174

Illustrated: Yes

ISBN Print: 9789087281724

ISBN ePDF: 9789400601093

Published: 15 May 2012

Language: English

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Price 46.00

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