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Constructing the Colonized Land
Entwined Perspectives of East Asia around WWII
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'This volume is useful for those interested in the intersections of colonialism, urbanism, regionalism, and modernity. The essays provide a new lens through which to think through space, the built environment, and contested heritages in East Asia. Izumi Kuroishi should be commended for seeing this volume to completion (post-earthquake and tsunami of 2011) and curating such a diverse array of papers that are insightful, interesting, and that open up new venues of inquiry and epistemologies into the ways in which we might consider colonial modernity and its impact on the urban fabric, infrastructure, and imaginings.' Equinox 'This book represents a major effort to delineate these complex, nuanced relationships by examining the production of architecture and urban space from the perspectives of different actors and institutions in the first half of the twentieth century.' Cecilia L. Chu, The University of Hong Kong
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Izumi Kuroishi is at The Aoyama Gakuin University, Japan.
Contents: Foreword, Prasenjit Duara; Introduction, Izumi Kurioishi; A study of Japanese colonial architecture in East Asia, Yasuhiko Nishizawa; Recentering the city: municipal architecture in Shanghai, 1927-1937, Cole Roskam; Scholarship and political identity: Asianism in Tadashi Sekino's survey of Chinese heritage before 1935, Xu Subin; Transplanting state Shinto: the reconfiguration of existing built and natural environments in colonized Taiwan, Akihito Aoi; From political governance and spatial restructure to urban transformation and architectural achievements: discourse on architecture in the Japanese colonial period, 1895-1945, Chao-Ching Fu; Macau's urban transformation 1927-1949: the significance of Sino-Portuguese foreign relations in the urban form, Paula Morais; Colonial modernity and urban space: Seoul and the 1930s land readjustment project, Junichiro Ishida and Jooya Kim; On Park Kil-ryong's discovering, understanding, and designing of Korean architecture, Woo Don-Son; Domesticating others' space: surveys and reforms of housing in Chosen and Japan by Wajiro Kon, Izumi Kuroishi. Index.