Memory Contested, Locality Transformed
Representing Japanese Colonial 'Heritage' in Taiwan
Distributed for Leiden University Press
Chapter One: Introduction
1.1 Colonial Heritage in the Global Sphere
1.2 Conceptual Threads
1.3 Taiwan, Japan and the Netherlands: scale and criteria
1.4 Thesis Structure and Chapter Plan
Chapter Two: Japanese ‘Heritage’ in Postcolonial Taiwan
2.1 The Colonial ‘Heritage’?
2.2 Place and Locality: Cultural Heritage and Community Building
2.3 Japanese Colonial Heritage in the Era of Localism
Chapter Three: Single Case Study: Jinguashi Mining Remains
3.1 When Past Meets Past at a Local Museum
3.2 Lost and Found of Community: Issue of Ecomuseum
3.3 The Hallway of Memory: The Diversified Interpretation of Colonial Heritage
3.4 Producing Locality
Chapter Four: Multiple Case Analysis
4.1 Layered Colonialism: Tongxiao Shinto Shrine ????
4.2 Ambiguous Japaneseness: Qingxiu Yuan ???
4.3 Industrializing Memories: Ciaotou Sugar Factory ????
4.4 Engaging Communities: Jiangjunfu Residences ???
List of Figures
Notes on Publication
Dutch and English Summary