Asian place, Filipino nation : a global intellectual history of the Philippine Revolution, 1887-1912 / Nicole CuUnjieng Aboitiz.  (Text) (Text)

CuUnjieng Aboitiz, Nicole
Call no.: DS682 .A13 2020Series: Columbia studies in international and global history: Publication: New York : Columbia University Press, [2020]Description: xi, 256 pISBN: 9780231192156 (pbk.); 0231192150 (pbk.); 9780231192149 (hbk.); 0231192142 (hbk.)Other title: Global intellectual history of the Philippine Revolution, 1887-1912 [Portion of title]Subject(s): Anti-imperialist movements -- PhilippinesTransnationalism -- Political aspects -- PhilippinesNational characteristics, PhilippineNational characteristics, AsianDecolonization -- PhilippinesPhilippines -- History -- Revolution, 1896-1898 -- InfluencePhilippines -- Relations -- East AsiaEast Asia -- Relations -- PhilippinesPhilippines -- Relations -- Southeast AsiaSoutheast Asia -- Relations -- PhilippinesLOC classification: DS682 | .A13 2020
Contents:A Transnational Turn-of-the-Century in Southeast Asia -- The Philippine Propaganda Movement Constructs 'Asia' and the Malay Race, 1887- -- The Philippine Revolution Mobilizes 'Asia,' 1892- -- The First Philippine Republic's Pan-Asian Emissary, 1898- -- The Afterlife of the Philippine Revolution in Pan-Asianism and the Region.
Summary: "This book reassesses the thought and impact of the Philippine Revolution (1896-1905), particularly in relation to the landscape of "Asia," then newly reconceived in anti-imperial thought. This reassesment explains the Revolution's full historical role and place, illuminating an important transitional moment in Southeast Asian, imperial, and international history in the region, and reconnecting Philippine history to that of Southeast and East Asia at this pivotal moment of the birth of the Philippine nation. There were alternative visions of world order and of modernity, other than those offered by the West, and the legacies of these visions have lived on beyond this transnational moment of political and discursive experimentation"--
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

A Transnational Turn-of-the-Century in Southeast Asia -- The Philippine Propaganda Movement Constructs 'Asia' and the Malay Race, 1887- -- The Philippine Revolution Mobilizes 'Asia,' 1892- -- The First Philippine Republic's Pan-Asian Emissary, 1898- -- The Afterlife of the Philippine Revolution in Pan-Asianism and the Region.

"This book reassesses the thought and impact of the Philippine Revolution (1896-1905), particularly in relation to the landscape of "Asia," then newly reconceived in anti-imperial thought. This reassesment explains the Revolution's full historical role and place, illuminating an important transitional moment in Southeast Asian, imperial, and international history in the region, and reconnecting Philippine history to that of Southeast and East Asia at this pivotal moment of the birth of the Philippine nation. There were alternative visions of world order and of modernity, other than those offered by the West, and the legacies of these visions have lived on beyond this transnational moment of political and discursive experimentation"--

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