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A genealogy of Japanese solidarity discourse on Philippine history : war with America and area studies in the Cold War /

Statement of responsibility: Takamichi Serizawa
by Serizawa, Takamichi.
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Contents:
Introduction: The Past and Present of Japan and the Philippines -- Studies on the impacts of Japanese Occupation in Southeast Asia -- Japanese Wartime Writings on the Philippines -- Selection of Japanese Wartime Sources by U.S. Area Studies -- Research Purpose and Organization of Chapters -- Chapter 1: Japanese Wartime Use of Philippine History -- Ki Kimura: Collecting Archives under the War -- Japanese Use of Jose Rizal, Emilio Aguinaldo and Andres Bonifacio -- Jose Ramos and His Tie with Japan -- On National Name and Flag: Japanese Inquiring Eye on Filipino -- Veterans and Historians -- A Japanese Genealogy on Philippine History: Yukichi Fukuzawa (Meiji), Motosaku Tsuchiya (Taisho) and Ki Kimura (Wartime Showa) -- Chapter 2: Disseminating Tagalog: An Encounter between Filipino Revolution and Japanese Rule -- Tagalog for the Revolutionaries on the Eve of War -- Need for the Middle Class -- Inferior Scripts: Kana and Baybayin -- Teodoro Agoncillo’s Madilim pa Umaga -- Chapter 3: Friend and Foe Politics in the War: Japanese, Igorot, and U.S. Colonialism -- American Identification of Igorot -- Mining Development and Igorot-lowlander Politics -- Igorot miners’ collaboration with the Mitsui Mining Company -- An Igorot Guerrilla: Bado Dangwa -- An Igorot Collaborator: Hilary Pit-a-pit Clapp -- Chapter 4: Comparing U.S. Modernization Discourse on Japan and the Philippines (1945-1960’s) -- “Kindai”: Reification of a Western Concept -- Questioning “Positionality” in Conducting Area Studies -- The “Same” Origin of Japanese and Philippine Studies in the United States -- Chapter 5: Dilemmas of a Japanese Historian: Tatsuro Yamamoto and the Ghost of the Greater East Asian War -- Tatsuro Yamamoto: Upbringing and Works -- (Re)Birth of Southeast Asian Studies in Japan -- Modernity and Morality: “Americanization” in Japanese Scholarship -- Chapter 6: Translation and Destiny -- Luis Taruc’s Born of the People : Translation by a Female Japanese -- Communist -- Gregorio Zaide’s Philippine History Text Book: Translation by a Japanese Engineer -- Yoshiyuki Tsurumi and Japan’s Contradiction with the Past: Translating Renato Constantino -- Shohei Ooka’s Compassion for Wandering, Starving, and Surrender in the Forests
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A thesis submitted for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy, Department of Southeast Asian Studies, National University of SingaporeOwner: National University of Singapore
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A thesis submitted for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy, Department of Southeast Asian Studies, National University of Singapore

Introduction: The Past and Present of Japan and the Philippines -- Studies on the impacts of Japanese Occupation in Southeast Asia -- Japanese Wartime Writings on the Philippines -- Selection of Japanese Wartime Sources by U.S. Area Studies -- Research Purpose and Organization of Chapters -- Chapter 1: Japanese Wartime Use of Philippine History -- Ki Kimura: Collecting Archives under the War -- Japanese Use of Jose Rizal, Emilio Aguinaldo and Andres Bonifacio -- Jose Ramos and His Tie with Japan -- On National Name and Flag: Japanese Inquiring Eye on Filipino -- Veterans and Historians -- A Japanese Genealogy on Philippine History: Yukichi Fukuzawa (Meiji),
Motosaku Tsuchiya (Taisho) and Ki Kimura (Wartime Showa) -- Chapter 2: Disseminating Tagalog: An Encounter between Filipino Revolution and Japanese Rule -- Tagalog for the Revolutionaries on the Eve of War -- Need for the Middle Class -- Inferior Scripts: Kana and Baybayin -- Teodoro Agoncillo’s
Madilim pa Umaga -- Chapter 3: Friend and Foe Politics in the War: Japanese, Igorot, and U.S. Colonialism -- American Identification of Igorot -- Mining Development and Igorot-lowlander Politics -- Igorot miners’ collaboration with the Mitsui Mining Company -- An Igorot Guerrilla: Bado Dangwa -- An Igorot Collaborator: Hilary Pit-a-pit Clapp -- Chapter 4: Comparing U.S. Modernization Discourse on Japan and the Philippines (1945-1960’s) -- “Kindai”: Reification of a Western Concept -- Questioning “Positionality” in Conducting Area Studies -- The “Same” Origin of Japanese and Philippine Studies in the United States -- Chapter 5: Dilemmas of a Japanese Historian: Tatsuro Yamamoto and the Ghost of the Greater East Asian War -- Tatsuro Yamamoto: Upbringing and Works -- (Re)Birth of Southeast Asian Studies in Japan -- Modernity and Morality: “Americanization” in Japanese Scholarship -- Chapter 6: Translation and Destiny -- Luis Taruc’s Born of the People
: Translation by a Female Japanese -- Communist -- Gregorio Zaide’s Philippine History Text Book: Translation by a Japanese Engineer -- Yoshiyuki Tsurumi and Japan’s Contradiction with the Past: Translating Renato Constantino -- Shohei Ooka’s Compassion for Wandering, Starving, and Surrender in the Forests

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