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14 Representation
Ankersmit, F. R. 2000. Representation as the representation of
experience. Metaphilosophy 31.1/2: 148-68.
Appiah, Kwame Anthony. 1993. Thick translation. Callaloo 16.4: 808-19.
Bal, Mieke. 1993. First person, second person, same person: narration as
epistemology. New Literary History 24.2: 293-320.
Barthel-Bouchier, Diane. 2001. Authenticity and identity.International
Sociology 16.2: 221-39.
Biernacki, Richard. 2000. Language and the shift from signs to practices in
cultural inquiry. History and Theory 39: 289-310.
Cary, Lisa J. 1999. Unexpected stories: Life history and the limits of
representation. Qualitative Inquiry 5.3: 411-27.
Descombes, Vincent. 2000. The philosophy of collective
representations. History of the Human Sciences 13.1: 37-49.
Frosh, Paul. 2001. Inside the image factory: Stock photography and cultural
production. Media, Culture & Society 23.5: 625-46.
Gallagher, Catherine. 1984. The politics of culture and the debate over
representation. Representations, no 5: 115-47.
Gamson, William A., et al. 1992. Media images and the social construction of
reality. Annual Review of Sociology 18: 373-93.
Godmilow, Jill, and Ann-Louise Shapiro. 1997. How real is the reality in
documentary film? History and Theory 36.4: 80-101.
Gracia, Jorge J. E. 2001. Are categories invented or discovered? A response to
Foucault. Review of Metaphysics 55.1: 3-20.
Haverkamp, Anselm. 1993. The memory of pictures: Roland Barthes and
Augustine on photography. Comparative Literature 45.3: 258-79.
Jay, Gregory S. 1994. Knowledge, power, and the struggle for
representation. College English 56.1: 9-29.
Lynch, Michael. 1994. Representation is overrated: Some critical
remarks about the use of the concept representation in science
studies. Configurations 2.1: 137-49.
Mansbridge, Jane. 1999. Should Blacks represent Blacks and women represent
women? A contingent yes. Journal of Politics 61.3: 628-57.

McCarthey, Thomas. 1992. Doing the right thing in cross-cultural

representation. Ethics 102.3: 635-49.
OSullivan, Simon. 2001. The aesthetics of effect: Thinking art beyond
representation. Angelaki: Journal of the Theoretical Humanities6.3: 125-35.
Rey, Georges. 1998. A narrow representationalist account of qualitative
experience. Philosophical Perspectives 12: 435-57.
Sanders, Mark. 2002. Representation: Reading-otherwise.
Interventions: International Journal of Postcolonial Studies 4.2: 198-204.
Shanklin, Eugenia. 2000. Representations of race and racism inAmerican
anthropology. Current Anthropology 41.1: 99-103.
Smith, David Norman. 1996. The social construction of enemies: Jews and the
representation of evil. Sociological Theory 14.3: 203-40.
Weiner, James F. 1997. Televisualist anthropology: Representation, aesthetics,
politics. Current Anthropology 38.2: 197-235.
Williams, Ted. 2001. Truth and representation. Callaloo 24.1: 276-86.
also 2.2: Nozaki; 3.6: Morris; 3.8: Dai; Sun; 3.9: Piterberg; 3.11:Spark; 3.13: D
avis; Giroux; Rowley; Teo
3.14.1 Representation and Japan
Beauregard, Guy. 1999. Travelling stereotypes: The Japanese Tourist in
Canada. Communal / Plural: Journal of Transnational & Crosscultural
Studies 7.1: 79-95.
Caesar, Terry. 2000. Retreating to English: Anthologies, literature and theory in
Japan. Symploke 8.1/2: 68-89.
----------. 2002. Turning American: Popular culture and national identity in the
recent American text of Japan. Arizona Quarterly 58.2: 113-41.
Cazdyn, Eric. 2000. Representation, reality culture, and global capitalism in
Japan. South Atlantic Quarterly 99.4: 903-27.
Fisher, Charles A. 1968. The Britain of the East? A study in the geography of
imitation. Modern Asian Studies 2.4: 343-76.
Gerbert, Elaine. 2001. Images of Japan in the digital age. East Asia19.1/2: 95122.

Goebel, Rolf J. 1993. Japan as Western text: Roland Barthes, Richard Gordon
Smith, and Lafcadio Hearn. Comparative Literature Studies30.2: 188-203.
Guth, Christine M. E. 2000. Charles Longfellow and Okakura Kakuz: Cultural
cross-dressing in the colonial context. Positions: East Asia Cultures Critique 8.3:
Hammond, Phil. 1999. The mystification of culture: Western perceptions of
Japan. Gazette 61.3/4: 311-25.
Humphries, Jeff. 1997. Japan in theory. New Literary History 28.3: 601-23.
----------. 1997. The meaning behind Miyoshis lament: A response to Masao
Miyoshis Reply to Japan in theory. New Literary History28.3: 639-47.
Krauss, Ellis S. 1998. Changing television news in Japan. Journal of Asian
Studies 57.3: 663-92.
Luke, Timothy W. 1999. Signs of empire / Empire of Sign: Daimyo culture in the
District of Columbia. Strategies: Journal of Theory, Culture & Politics 12.2: 15971.
Matsuda, Matt. K. 2000. The tears of Madame Chrysanth me: Love and history
in Frances Japan. French Cultural Studies 11: 31-51.
Marfording, Annette. 1997. Cultural relativism and the construction of culture:
An examination of Japan. Human Rights Quarterly 19.2: 431-48.
Minear, Richard H. 1980. Cross-cultural perceptions and World War II: American
Japanists of the 1940s and their image of Japan.International Studies
Quarterly 24.4: 555-80.
Miyoshi, Masao. 1997. Bunburying in the Japan field: A reply to Jeff
Humphries. New Literary History 28.3: 625-38.
Moeller, Susan D. 1996. Pictures of the enemy: Fifty years of images of Japan in
the American press, 1941-1992. Journal of American Culture 19.1: 29-42.
Morris, Narrelle. 2001. Paradigm paranoia: Images of Japan and the Japanese in
American popular fiction of the early 1990s. Japanese Studies 21.1: 45-59.
Pham, P. L. 1999. On the edge of the Orient: English representations of Japan,
circa 1895-1910. Japanese Studies 19.2: 163-81.
Satoh, Akira. 2001. Constructing imperial identity: How to quote the imperial
family and those who address them in the Japanese press. Discourse &
Society 12.2: 169-94.

Tada, Masao. 1999. Japanese social values in representations of

Australia. Japanese Studies 19.1: 69-79.
See also 1.2: Burgess; 3.6.1: Luther; 3.9.1: Lie; Weisenfeld
3.14.2 Historical Representation
Ankersmit, F. R. 1988. Historical representation. History and Theory27.3: 20528.
Bauman, Joel. 1995. Designer heritage: Israeli national parks and the politics of
historical representation. Middle East Report, no. 196: 20-23.
Barkan, Elazar. 1994. Post-anti-colonial histories: Representing the other in
imperial Britain. Journal of British Studies 33.2: 180-203.
Braun, Robert. 1994. The Holocaust and problems of historical
representation. History and Theory 33.2: 172-97.
Cohen, Sande. 2000. The use and abuse of history according to Jean-Franois
Lyotard. Parallax 6.4: 99-113.
Eperjesi, John. 2001. The American Asiatic Society and the imperialist
imaginary of the American Pacific. Boundary 2 28.1: 195-219.
Fogu, Claudio. 1996. Fascism and historic representation: The 1932 Garibaldian
Celebrations. Journal of Contemporary History 31.2: 317-45.