Cultures of Occupation in Twentieth Century Asia (COTCA)

Publications

Recent and forthcoming publications produced under the COTCA Project include:

  • David Baillargeon and Jeremy E. Taylor, eds., Spatial Histories of Occupation: Colonialism, Conquest and Foreign Control in Asia. London: Bloomsbury, forthcoming.
  • Russell P. Skelchy and Jeremy E. Taylor, eds., Sonic Histories of Occupation: Experiencing Sound and Empire in a Global Context. London: Bloomsbury, forthcoming.
  • David Baillargeon, “Spaces of Occupation in British Malaya”, Journal of Historical Geography (2021): in press.
  • Stephanie Benzquen-Gautier, “The Relational Archive of the Khmer Republic (1970–1975): Re-visiting the ‘Coup’ and the ‘Civil War’ in Cambodia through written sources”, South East Asia Research (2021): in press
  • Stephanie Benzaquen-Gautier and John Kleinen, “Archiving the perpetrator”, in L. Barnes and J. Mai (eds), The Cinema of Rithy Panh: Everything Has a Soul. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 2021.
  • Jeremy E. Taylor, “Voice of America Chinese-dialect broadcasting and the Chinese Cultural Cold War, 1949–1953”, in J. E Taylor and L. Xu (eds), Chineseness and the Cold War: Contested Cultures and Diaspora in Southeast Asia and Hong Kong. London: Routledge: 2021.
  • Jeremy E. Taylor, Iconographies of Occupation: Visual Cultures in Wang Jingwei’s China, 1939-1945. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 2021.
  • Jeremy E. Taylor, ed., Visual Histories of Occupation: A Transcultural Dialogue. London: Bloomsbury, 2021.
  • Jeremy E. Taylor and Zhiyi Yang, eds., “Special Issue: Elite Accommodation, Collaboration and Cultural Production in Japanese-occupied China”, European Journal of East Asian Studies 19, no. 2 (December 2020).
  • Russell P. Skelchy, “Auditory and spatial regimes of United States Colonial Rule in Baguio, Philippines”, Sound Studies (2020) [DOI: 10.1080 /20551940.2020.1857621]
  • Russell P. Skelchy, “The Afterlife of Colonial Radio in Christian Missionary Broadcasting of the Philippines”, South East Asia Research 28, no. 3 (2020): 344-362.
  • Kimberley Lustina Weir, “A ‘Monument to the American and Filipino Alliance for Freedom’: The Pacific War Memorial and Second World War Remembrance”, Journal of American Studies 55, no. 1 (2020): 75-101.
  • David Baillargeon, “ ‘Imperium in Imperio’: The Corporation, Mining, and Governance in British Southeast Asia, 1900–1930”, Enterprise and Society (2020): 1-32 [doi:10.1017/eso.2020.49].
  • David Baillargeon, “ ‘On the Road to Mandalay’: The Development of Railways in British Burma, 1870–1900”, Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History 48, no. 4 (2020): 654-678.
  • Jeremy E. Taylor, “The ‘Occupied Lens’ in Wartime China: Portrait Photography in the Service of Chinese Collaboration, 1939–1945”, History of Photography 43, no. 3 (2019): 284-307.
  • Jeremy E. Taylor, “From Traitor to Martyr: Drawing Lessons from the Death and Burial of Wang Jingwei, 1944”, Journal of Chinese History 3, no. 1 (2019): 137-158.
  • Russ Skelchy and Luis Chávez, “Decolonization for Ethnomusicology and Music Studies in Higher Education”, Action, Criticism, and Theory for Music Education 18, no. 3 (2019): 115-143.

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