By Monica Chiu
The international movement of comics, manga, and different such visible mediums among North the USA and Asia produces transnational meanings not rooted in a separation among "Asian" and "American." Drawing New colour traces explores the tradition, creation, and historical past of up to date photograph narratives that depict Asian american citizens and Asians. It examines how eastern manga and Asian pop culture have prompted Asian American comics; how those comics and Asian American photograph narratives depict the "look" of race; and the way those numerous representations are interpreted in countries now not in their construction. through concentrating on what picture narratives suggest for audiences in North the United States and people in Asia, the gathering discusses how Western theories concerning the ways that photo narratives may well effectively overturn derogatory caricatures are themselves according to contested assumptions; and illustrates that the so-called odorless photos featured in eastern manga may however elicit interpretations approximately race in transnational contexts. With contributions from specialists dependent in North the US and Asia, Drawing New colour traces should be of curiosity to students in quite a few disciplines, together with Asian American reports, cultural and literary stories, comics and visible studies.
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