In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content:

Adams, Rachel, 236n36 African American literature, 19–20 African American Vernacular English. See Ebonics Alarcón, Norma, 236n34 Alonso, Carlos, 25–26 Althusser, Louis, 104, 123, 229n41; “Ideology and Ideological State Apparatuses,” 104 Alvarez, Julia, 32, 161–63, 169–86, 193– 95; Before We Were Free, 161, 175, 178–79; How the García Girls Lost Their Accents, 161; In the Time of the Butterflies, 161, 170, 171, 172, 174, 175–78, 179; In the Name of Salomé, 161; Return to Sender, 161; Saving the World, 161; A Wedding in Haiti, 243n50; ¡Yo!, 161, 169–85, 193–94 Anderson, Benedict, 49 anticolonial nationalism, 41, 42–43 Aparicio, Frances, 228n109 Apter, Emily, 164 Aquino-García, Miguel, 171, 175; Tres heroínas y un tirano, 171 Arendt, Hannah, 15 Aristotle, 15 Asian American literature: bilingual personhood in, 61–90; cultural politics of, 1–32; dormant bilingualism in, 144–57; interwar Orientalism in, 33–60; multiculturalism in, 106–19. See also specific authors and works Asian exclusion era (1882–1952), 33–60 assimilation, 88, 115, 122, 230n53 Austin, John L., 181 authorial identity, 53 Baker, Houston, 19–20; Blues, Ideology, and Afro-American Literature, 19–20 Balibar, Étienne, 11, 211n35 Becker, Gary, 8, 9, 61, 74 Bei Dao, 244n87 Bhabha, Homi, 140 biculturalism, 94, 107, 108, 120 Bilingual Education Act of 1968, 70–72, 76, 79, 91, 96, 101, 199, 226n76 bilingualism: aesthetic qualities of, 3; and American Dream, 61–90; as cultural capital, 8–16, 76; cultural politics of, 4–7, 64; demographics of, 2; dormant, 122–58; in interwar Orientalism, 33–60; as linguistic handicap, 72; and multiculturalism, 91–121, 159–97; in policy debates, 61–90; and representations of language difference, 16– 23, 228n109; situational, 96– 97; stigma of, 5, 31, 73, 84, 94; symbolic value of, 4 bilingual personhood, 61–90; and class, 86–90; and cultural pluralism, 70–79; flexibility of, 7; and multiculturalism, 79–86; and racial liberalism, 30, 65–70, 222n14 black English, 142. See also Ebonics black exceptionalism, 137–38, 143 Black Power, 23 Bourdieu, Pierre, 1, 8–12, 74, 83– 84; Distinction, 8; The Field of Cultural Production, 8; “The Forms of Capital,” 9; Language and Symbolic Power, 8 Bo Xilai scandal (2012), 203, 246n17 Brody, David, 220n67 Brown, Wendy, 13, 14–15, 16, 105, 223n25 Brown v. Board of Education (1954), 62, 71, 76, 101 Buitrago, Maricela, 126–27, 128 I n de x Index 266 Bulosan, Carlos, 26–30, 33–36, 48–60, 162–63, 216n7; America Is in the Heart, 35, 36, 49, 51, 57, 61; “Be American,” 52; The Cry and the Dedication, 54; “The End of War,” 58, 59; “How My Stories Were Written,” 53, 55, 57; “I Am Not a Laughing Man,” 56; The Laughter of My Father, 56; “The Story of a Letter,” 51; “The Writer as Worker,” 55 California, bilingual education in, 3, 83, 84 Caminero-Santangelo, Marta, 172, 176 Campomanes, Oscar, 51 Canada, 133–34, 224n47 capital: cultural, 8–16, 38, 50–51, 74, 198; human, 61–62, 79–86; racialized, 10, 17, 21, 31; symbolic, 8, 57, 74, 85, 88 Chen, Tina, 213n65 Cheng, Anne, 114, 231n67 Cheung, King-Kok, 109 Chicago School of Sociology, 45 Chin, Frank, 107, 108–9, 111, 120, 230n56, 245n10; “Come All Ye Asian American Writers of the Real and the Fake,” 108–9, 245n10 China, 28, 35 Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882, 212n49, 216n1 Chong, Candace Nui Ngam, 202 Chow, Rey, 184, 229n41, 244n87 Choy, Bong-Youn, 59 Chu, Yong, 189 Civil Rights Act of 1964, 125 Civil Rights movement, 111, 136 class: and language, 86–90; middle class, 87–88, 106, 121; minority elites, 97–98; and Orientalism, 42–43; and race, 86–90; and socioeconomic mobility, 74 code-switching, 116 Cold War, 59 Colón, Mark, 235n17 colonialism. See anticolonial nationalism; imperialism comparative racialization, 23–32, 219n54 Cooper, David, 135 Cortés, Hernán, 139 cosmopolitanism, 46, 218n23 covering, 31. See also language covering cultural capital: bilingualism as, 8–16, 76; and bilingual personhood, 74; English as, 198; literacy as, 50–51; and Orientalism, 38 cultural nationalism, 230n51 cultural pluralism, 30, 70–79, 92, 225n66 cultural relativism, 82 cut tongue trope, 115–17, 119 D’Agostino, Guido, 58–59; “The Dream of Angelo Zara,” 58–59 Damrosch, David, 244n87 Dante, 42 Dao, Bei, 190 Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center, 27 differential bilingualism, 228n109 Dimaranan v. Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center (1991), 125, 128 divided personality trope, 101–2, 104, 107, 112, 230n56 dormant bilingualism...

pdf

Additional Information

ISBN
9780823275335
MARC Record
OCLC
976434186
Pages
280
Launched on MUSE
2017-03-28
Language
English
Open Access
No
Back To Top

This website uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website. Without cookies your experience may not be seamless.