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Deconstructing Nationality Hardcover – April 30, 2011
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About the Author
Naoki Sakai is professor of Japanese thought and comparative literature at Cornell University. His many publications in English and Japanese include, most recently, Translation and Subjectivity: On the Subject of Japan and Culturalism (1996), Shizan sareru Nihongo-Nihonjin (Stillbirth of the Japanese), 1996 and Specters of the West, a special issue of Traces: A Multilingual Journal of Cultural Theory and Translation (2001).
Brett de Bary is professor of Asian studies and comparative literature at Cornell University. She has published essays and translations on postwar Japanese literature, feminism, and critical theory, including editing "Gender and Imperialism" (U.S. -Japan Women's Journal, 1997). Recently, she has coedited with Meaghan Morris the Traces special issue "'Race' Panic and the Memory of Migration" (2002).
Toshio Iyotani is professor of international economics and Sociology at Hitotsubashi University. He is internationally known for his work on globalization, labor, and migration. His many publications include the edited collection Migrant Workers (Gaikokujin rôdôsharon, 1992), The Changing Global City (Henbô suru sekai toshi, 1993), and What is Globalization (Gurôbarizeeshion to wa nanika, 2002).