Contentious Spirits Paperback

Religion in Korean American History, 1903-1945

by David K. Yoo;

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Contentious Spirits

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"Contentious Spirits" explores the role of religion in Korean American history during the first half of the twentieth century in Hawai'i and California. Historian David K. Yoo argues that religion is the most important aspect of this group's experience because its structures and sensibilities address the full range of human experience. Framing the book are three relational themes: religion& race, migration& exile, and colonialism& independence. In an engaging narrative, Yoo documents the ways in which religion shaped the racialization of Korean in the United States, shows how religion fueled the transnational migration of Korean Americans and its connections to their exile, and details a story in which religion intertwined with the visions and activities of independence even as it was also entangled in colonialism. The first book-length study of religion in Korean American history, it will appeal to academics and general readers interested in Asian American history, American religious history, and ethnic studies.

Contentious Spirits by David K. Yoo was published by Stanford University Press in March 2010. The ISBN for Contentious Spirits is 9780804769297.

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Details for Contentious Spirits

Page last updated 10th October 2016
Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherStanford University Press (March 2010)
Number of Pages232
Thickness15 mm
Height226 mm
Width155 mm
Product Code2743260
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