restricted access   Volume 1, Number 2, November 2012

Table of Contents

From: Cross-Currents: East Asian History and Culture Review

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Mediating Chineseness in Cambodia

Introduction

pp. 267-274
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Addendum to the Introduction: New Directions

pp. 274-278
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“Reflections on Research in Cambodia, Half a Century Ago: An Address to the Thailand, Laos, Cambodia Studies Group”

pp. 279-290
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Templates of “Chineseness” and Trajectories of Cambodian Chinese Entrepreneurship in Phnom Penh

pp. 291-322
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“A Personal Reflection on Norodom Sihanouk and Zhou Enlai: An Extraordinary Friendship on the Fringes of the Cold War”

pp. 323-337
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Surrealpolitik: The Experience of Chinese Experts in Democratic Kampuchea, 1975–1979

pp. 338-364
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“Researching Sino-Cambodian Relations: Some Personal Reflections”

pp. 365-368
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Investors, Managers, Brokers, and Culture Workers: How the “New” Chinese Are Changing the Meaning of Chineseness in Cambodia

pp. 369-397
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Endnote—Sojourns Across Sources: Unbraiding Sino-Cambodian Histories

pp. 398-418
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Review Essays

Virtually Alive or Questionably Dead?: The Ambivalence of Modern Korean Identity in Literature and Cinema

pp. 419-429
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The Personal Past—Two Readings

pp. 430-438
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Photo Essay

The Bawdy, Brawling, Boisterous World of Korean Mask Dance Dramas: An Essay to Accompany Photographs

pp. 439-468
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Annotated Bibliography

Katsura Imperial Villa: A Brief Descriptive Bibliography, with Illustrations

pp. 469-504
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