1. Introduction: Tracking the Affective Twists in Asian Nationalisms, Chih-ming Wang/ Part I: The The Dialectics of Love and Hate/ 2. Complex Histories of the Foreign in Indonesia, Adrian Vickers/ 3. Hate-Loving Nation-State: Theorizing Asian Nationalist Affects, Kwai-Cheung Lo/ 4. Introverted Jingoism in a Post-Imagined-Community Digital Era: The Upswings of Hate Speech Demonstration in Japan, Koichi Iwabuchi/ Part II: Precarious Belongings/ 5. "We Are Already Living Together": Race, Collective Struggle, and the Reimagined Nation in Post-3/11 Japan, Vivian Shaw/ 6. From the Outside: Performing Korean Diaspora, Redoing National Affiliation, Hyunjung Lee/ 7. Loyalty on Trial: Chinese-Filipinos and the West Philippine Sea Dispute, Tina Clemente/ Part III: Affected Selves/ 8. "Freedom is Elsewhere:" Circulating Affect and Aversion for Asian and Islamic Others in Indonesia, Carol Chan/ 9. "Let's Save the Nation from being Multicultural!": The Emergence of the Anti-multiculturalist Movements in South Korea, Hyun Mee Kim/ 10. "Feels so Foreign in My Own Homeland:" Xenophobia and National Identity in Singapore, Raj Velayutham/ 11. Becoming a Revanchist City: Reflections on Hong Kong Nativist Affects, Iam Chong Ip/ Part IV: The Affective Order and the Rise of China/ 12. Image-Driven Nationalism: Visuality, Digital Platform, and Generation Post-80s, Jack Qiu/ 13. Sydney's Chinatown and the Rise of China, Daniel PS Goh/ 14. The Geopolitical Unconscious of Inter-Asia, Daniel PS Goh/ Index
Chih-ming Wang is Associate Research Fellow at the Institute of European and American Studies, Academia Sinica. He is the author of Transpacific Articulations: Student Migration and the Remaking of Asian America (University of Hawaii Press, 2013), and guest-editor of the "Asian American Studies in Asia" special issue of Inter-Asia Cultural Studies (2012). Daniel PS Goh is Associate Professor at the Department of Sociology at National University of Singapore, and the Convener of Cultural Studies Minor and Cultural Studies in Asia PhD Programme. He is the editor of Worlding Multiculturalisms (Routledge, 2015), and co-editor of Race and Multiculturalism in Malaysia and Singapore (Routledge, 2009).
Relationships between affect and national identity are a crucial
aspect of the critical perspectivism ushered in by contemporaneity.
This book is an important contribution to knowledge of those
relationships in Asian contexts. -- Paul Gladston, Professor of
Contemporary Visual Cultures and Critical Theory, University of
Given the contemporary recrudescence of nationalism in varied forms across Europe, Asia, and North America, this publication is a timely one, providing significant insights from a wide variety of Asian perspectives. -- Christopher Connery, Professor, World Literature and Cultural Studies, University of California, Santa Cruz
Asian nationalisms have often been discussed as state ideologies. The present volume rather discusses Asian nations as communal identities constituted by affects. Its demonstration of the seamless interweaving of love and hate in the operation of Asian nations is both fascinating and disturbing. -- Kristen Nordhaug, Professor of Development Studies, Oslo and Akershus University College
This illuminating collection offers grounded studies of experiences shaped by various nationalist moods being mobilised across Asia. It is also a riveting read for anyone anywhere concerned by the new forms of populism, civic disenchantment, `hate-loving' speech, and digital militancy erupting now world-wide. Posing the question of conviviality in an age of precarity, this book helps us all to think. -- Meaghan Morris, Professor of Gender and Cultural Studies, University of Sydney