Contradictory impulses : Canada and Japan in the twentieth century / edited by Greg Donaghy and Patricia E. Roy.

Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
Vancouver : UBC Press, c2008.
Description
x, 271 : ill., maps ; 24 cm.

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Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references (p. [255]-259) and index.
Contents
  • Soul searchers and soft power: the Canadian Protestant missionary movement in Japan, 1873-1951 / Hamish Ion
  • God's envoys: Canadian Catholic missionaries in Japan, 1898-2000 / Richard Leclerc
  • Transitional relations: Japanese immigration and the Suian Maru Affair, 1900-11 / David Sulz
  • Menace to the country and the empire: perceptions of the Japanese military threat to Canada before 1931 / Gregory A. Johnson and Galen Roger Perras
  • Pacific beginnings: Canada and Japan between the wars, 1929-41 / John D. Meehan
  • Only if necessary: Canada's war against Japan, 1941-45 / Bill Rawling
  • Rethinking the occupation: E.H. Norman, Canada, and the American Empire in Asia, 1945-51 / John Price
  • Two other solitudes: encounters between Japanese Canadians and French Canadians, 1900-50 / Greg Robinson
  • Reopening the door: Japanese remigration and immigration, 1945-68 / Patricia E. Roy
  • Under the radar; Japanese investment in Canada since 1945 / Carin Holroyd
  • "Smiling diplomacy" redux: Trudeau's engagement with Japan, 1968-76 / Greg Donaghy
  • North Pacific neighbours in a new world: Canada-Japan Relations, 1984-2006 / John Kirton
  • Canadian chanceries in Tokyo / Matie-Josee Therrien
  • Projecting Canada in Japan: reflections on the Japanese Association for Canadian Studies, 1979-2004 / Masako Iino.
ISBN
9780774814430 (acid-free paper)
LCCN
^^2008428768
OCLC
191759691
RCP
H - S
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