Part I - Framing the Nation 1. Introduction: Framing the Nation in China and Japan 2. The Power of National Symbols: The Might of a Chinese Dragon 3. The Coherent Force of Struggle and Diversity in Chinese Nationalism Part II - Group Categorization 5. Culturalist Categorization 6. Global Categorization Part III - Group Framing Habits and Strategies 7. Grouping 8. Framing the Nation in the Short History of the International research Centre for Japanese Culture (Nichibunken, 1987 - ) 9. Nation-Centred Political Strategies in Academic Thought, Examples from China and Japan 10. Nation Framing as an Academic Strategy in the PRC 11. Core Themes and an Outlook on Future Research
Margaret Sleeboom teaches anthropology at Amsterdam University and is a Research Fellow at the International Institute for Asian Studies.
'This volume is an important addition to a series of meta-discourses on cultural nationalism in China and Japan as practised in the last decade or so.' - Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society