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Ethnic Studies Review (2018) 39-40 (1): 165–173.
Published: 01 January 2018
... Sui Sin Far and identity politics. Copyright ©ESR, The National Association for Ethnic Studies, 2018 2018 Sui Sin Far Mrs. Spring Fragrance (1912) “The Sing Song Woman,” “Its Wavering Image,” Asian American Literature American Ethnic Literature identity politics and literature 39927...
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Ethnic Studies Review (2017) 37-38 (1): 107–133.
Published: 01 January 2017
..., and false sense of personhood. Similar to Samson being sheared, the bald Stoneman is an emasculated male. He is not a real man. In his opening scene he is sitting down with a shawl around his shoulders, like an old woman. Stoneman is not a real person, for he is as fake as his hair. The hair in his...
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Ethnic Studies Review (2012) 35 (1): 23–39.
Published: 01 January 2012
...) that the male singer and song writer Sin Sisamouth wrote a love song for her to sing called "Pruos te Srolan" (Because of Love) . The song expressed S ieng Di ' s husband' s devotion to her, but as seen through the eyes of the male com­ poser. As a woman there was no precedent for her to tell her own...
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Ethnic Studies Review (2011) 34 (1): 221–239.
Published: 01 January 2011
...: "Each rose-scented day a perfect summer at the beach / Where the siren has no song to sing" is set in anticipation of a reconciliation in the mind of the speaker, who has "[s]till . . . / to settle for being when those we loved are gone" (Dove and Lehman 1 50) . Likewise, Julianna 2 One of these poets...
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Ethnic Studies Review (2008) 31 (1): 19–31.
Published: 01 January 2008
... to the song Harper created in her honor. This song is central to our discussion as it inscribes Ben 19 Harper in the tradition that precedes him-a tradition all the richer as it does not limit itself to the field of music. Moreover, the artist he pays tribute to is not only a woman, but a feminist...
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Ethnic Studies Review (2008) 31 (2): 71–99.
Published: 01 January 2008
..., an I ndo Tri n idad ian woman who has m igrated to Canada, this novel assembles the h i story of a fam i ly and a people for whom jou rneyi ng defi nes the i r identity. Mona's fam i ly, after a few generations i n Tri n idad, left around the t ime of flag i ndependence i n the early 1 960s, and when...
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Ethnic Studies Review (2008) 31 (1): 32–54.
Published: 01 January 2008
... what the Flukes's Irish servant, Mike calls, "a shplit ticket, half Irish, half Chinay." The play closes with Patsy singing a song, to the tune of "Pat Molloy," retelling his life story and his future plans. A fool for luck, the proverb says, a fool O'Wang must be, But now I'm turned true Irishman, bad...
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Ethnic Studies Review (2006) 29 (1): 49–75.
Published: 01 January 2006
... of Slovaks to Americans, using Slovak folk cu lture as the medium of communication. 'We're only Hunkies . . . Once I had an idea, I thought to myself: If we were to sing some of our songs and ex­ plain what they were about - would it surprise them to learn that we sang about such thi ngs and had such...
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Ethnic Studies Review (2005) 28 (1): 39–58.
Published: 01 January 2005
... ragged voice began singing fados, those sad, old-country songs of fate (29). The second clambake is held in chapter eighteen, the very last 56 Silva-Impulse chapter in Leaving Pico. Everybody has gotten together to mourn John Joseph, who had perished at sea. Between both episodes, this novel depicts the...
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Ethnic Studies Review (2001) 24 (1): 29–47.
Published: 01 January 2001
... the refugee shelter in Los Angeles and helps them in their efforts to locate their dis­ appeared sons. She embraces Arturo as her own ch i ld , and at the s ite of his murder she performs the absent communal vigi l by singing "a mournful cradle song for a dead son" (85) . To the U .S . pol ice she...
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Ethnic Studies Review (2000) 23 (1): 33–61.
Published: 01 January 2000
... Chicanos, ("The New Mestiza") about the l ife of women who l ive within the borderlands of the Borderlands : Al ienated from her mother culture , "al ien" i n the dom­ inant culture , the woman of color does not feel safe 35 Ethnic Studies Review Volume 23 with in the i nner l ife of her Self. Petrified...
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Ethnic Studies Review (1998) 21 (1): 71–89.
Published: 01 January 1998
... George's memoir, Blackface and Public Enemy's song, "Burn, Hollywood, Burn," catalogue informal resistance). Resisters call attention to patterns of representa­ tion: Are black characters cast exclusively as menials and criminals? Is white racism depicted as a real factor affecting black achievement? Do...
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Ethnic Studies Review (1997) 20 (1): 11–24.
Published: 01 January 1997
... tribute to Father Engelhard, they, "were taught to sing . . . '0 Christ­ mas Tree' . . . in German. That's a German song and we were taught to sing that in German . . . the entire school of Indian students.n25 The dual standard confused many students. The message some students re­ ceived was that it was...
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Ethnic Studies Review (1992) 15 (1): 47–57.
Published: 01 January 1992
... sing a song of deep hate . . . You 'll admire all the number booktakers, thugs, pimps and pushers, and the big money makers Driving big cars, spending twenties and tens And you want to grow up to be just like them Smugglers, scrappers, burglars, gamblers, pick pocket peddlers , even pan handlers And...
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Ethnic Studies Review (1991) 14 (2): 45–79.
Published: 01 July 1991
... Association for Chicano Studies . Although the National Council for Black Studies was unable to provide a representative, audience members spoke to issues of that organization. Jude Narita performed her one-woman show, "Coming into Passian/Songs for a Sansei," in which she portrays several Asian women...
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Ethnic Studies Review (1988) 11 (2): 1–12.
Published: 01 July 1988
... when he didn't sing at least one song or say something to emphasize his special bond with the Jewish struggle and Jewish people) deliberately chose him as the personification of the things he represents in the play (once she had determined to go in that direction, rather than dealing with the Italian...
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Ethnic Studies Review (1985) 8 (2): 15–27.
Published: 01 July 1985
... the other black people in the immediate area such as an abandoned schoolhouse on John's property to be used as a black church (in "Po Sandy In terms of structure the stories in The Conjure Woman parallel Uncle Remus: His Songs and His Sayings in that there is an outer frame story narrated in standard...
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Ethnic Studies Review (1985) 8 (2): 35–42.
Published: 01 July 1985
... underlying archetypal structure of the poem. Villanueva concludes: I enter darkness, to enter birth, To wear the Rainbow, to hear her Hissing loudly, clearly, in my Inner ear: love. I am spiralling, I am spinning, I am singing this Grandmother's Song. I am remembering forever, where we Belong. (80) She...
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Ethnic Studies Review (1984) 7 (2): 27–37.
Published: 01 July 1984
... world views and way of life under both the overt and covert pressures of Euroamerican society. There are various means through which one can illustrate this change. An outstanding example may be seen through a comparison of past oral narratives, that is, songs, chants, and prayers, with the contemporary...
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Ethnic Studies Review (1984) 7 (1): 39–51.
Published: 01 January 1984
... the theory of opposition and the logical relation between a simple affirmation and the corres· ponding simple denial, Western thought has worked by oppositions: Explorations in Ethnic Studies, Vol. 7, No. 1 (January, 1984) 39 40 Man/Woman, Father/Mother, Head/Heart, Sun/Moon, Culture/ Nature, White...