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Dangerous intercourse : gender and interracial relations in the American colonial Philippines, 1898-1946 / Tessa Winkelmann.
Winkelmann, Tessa, 1981-
Ithaca : Cornell University Press, 2022.
xi, 298 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm.
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"Dangerous Intercourse details the history of a variety of interracial relationships between Americans and the Filipino, Indigenous, Moro, Spanish and other residents of the Philippines during the period of formal United States colonial rule, 1898-1946, highlighting what such relations meant for both the U.S. empire and the individuals involved"-- Provided by publisher
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Introduction: Dangerous Intercourse : Romantic Pretense and Colonial Violence
Marshalling Interracial Intercourse during the Philippine-American War, 1898-1902
Colonial "Frontiers" : Empire Building and Intercourse in the Northern and Southern Philippines
Colonial Sociality and Policing Dangerous Intercourse, 1898-1907
The Trials of Intercourse: Criminality and Illegitimacy in the Colonial Courts
Depicting Dangerous Intercourse : Sam and Maganda on the Pages of Empire
Making Mestizos : Filipino American Mixed-Race Children and Discourses of Belonging, 1898 and Beyond
Conclusion : "My Filipino Baby," Absolution, and the Aftermath of an Imperial Romance.
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