Volume 19, Number 1, February 2016

Table of Contents


pp. v-vi


  Feeling Filipinos: Unraveling Thoughts about the Emotional and the (Trans)National An Introduction to the Special Issue

pp. 1-4


  In a Precarious Time and Place: The Refusal to Wallow and Other Migratory Temporal Investments in Care Divas, the Musical

pp. 5-24

  Currents of Militarization, Flows of Hip-Hop: Expanding the Geographies of Filipino American Culture

pp. 25-46

  Laughter Against the state: On Humor, Postcolonial Satire, and Asian American Short Fiction

pp. 47-73

  Emotional Labor of Racialization: Carlos Bulosan’s Anger as a Critique of Filipino Alienation in America

pp. 75-100

Editor’s Forum

Academic Freedom, Publishing, and the Future of Asian American Studies

  Why and How Is Academic Freedom Important for Ethnic Studies?

pp. 101-103

  The Axis of Power and Academic Freedom

pp. 105-110

  The Academic Freedom of Social Movement

pp. 111-116

  The American Association of University Professors (AAUP) and the Contradictions of Academic Freedom

pp. 117-122

  Technologies of Intimidation: On (Not) Publishing in the Shadow of the Imperial University

pp. 123-126

Book Reviews

  Dangerous Crossings: Race, Species, and Nature in a Multicultural Age by Claire Jean Kim (review)

pp. 127-130

  The Exquisite Corpse of Asian America: Biopolitics, Biosociality, and Posthuman Ecologies by Rachel C. Lee (review)

pp. 130-132

  The Politics of Belonging: Race, Public Opinion, and Immigration by Natalie Masuoka and Jane Junn (review)

pp. 133-135

  Indian Accents: Brown Voice and Racial Performance in American Television and Film by Shilpa S. Davé (review)

pp. 135-137


pp. 139-141