Table of contents for Japan's minorities : the illusion of homogeneity / edited by Michael Weiner.

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Editor¿s Introduction							
Michael Weiner 	
Chapter 1	¿Self¿ and ¿Other¿ in Imperial Japan		
		Michael A. Weiner	
Chapter 2	The Ainu: Indigenous People of Japan					
		Richard M. Siddle (School of East Asian Studies, University of Sheffield)
Chapter 3 ¿Mixed-Blood¿ Japanese: A Reconsideration of Race and Purity 
in Japan
		Robert A. Fish (Japan Society of New York)
Chapter 4	Burakumin in Contemporary Japan					
		Ian J. Neary	(Nissan Institute, Oxford University)
Chapter 5	 The Other Other: The Black Presence in The Japanese Experience
		John Russell	(Gifu University)
Chapter 6	Creating a Transnational Community: Chinese Newcomers in Japan. 			Gracia Liu-Farrer (Sophia University)
Chapter 7	Multiethnic Japan and Nihonjin: Looking through Two Exhibitions in 2004 Osaka
		Eika Tai (North Carolina State University)
Chapter 8 Zainichi Koreans in History and Memory
		Michael Weiner & David Chapman (University of South Australia) 
Chapter 9 	Okinawa, Ambivalence, Identity, and Japan
		Matthew Allen (University of Auckland)
Chapter 10	Japanese Brazilian Ethnic Return Migration and the Making of 			Japan¿s Newest Immigrant Minority		
		Takeyuki Tsuda (Arizona State University)

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Minorities -- Japan.
Japan -- Ethnic relations.
Japan -- Social conditions -- 1945-.