- Title Pages
- Introduction Crisis, Conundrum, and Critique
- Chapter 1 Five Decades Later: Reflections of a Yellow Power Advocate Turned Poet
- Chapter 2 Has Asian American Studies Failed?
- Chapter 3 The Racial Studies Project: Asian American Studies and the Black Lives Matter Campus
- Chapter 4 Planned Obsolescence, Strategic Resistance: Ethnic Studies, Asian American Studies, and the Neoliberal University
- Chapter 5 Un-homing Asian American Studies: Refusals and the Politics of Commitment
- Chapter 6 No Muslims Involved: Letter to Ethnic Studies Comrades
- Chapter 7 Outsourcing, Terror, and Transnational South Asia
- Chapter 8 Asian American Studies and Palestine: The Accidental and Reluctant Pioneer
- Chapter 9 Against the Yellowwashing of Israel: The BDS Movement and Liberatory Solidarities across Settler States
- Chapter 10 Transpacific Entanglements
- Chapter 11 Tensions, Engagements, Aspirations: The Politics of Knowledge Production in Filipino American Studies
- Chapter 12 Asian International Students at U.S. Universities in the Post-2008 Collapse Era
- Chapter 13 Asians Are the New … What?
- Chapter 14 Asian Americans, Disability, and the Model Minority Myth
- Chapter 15 Buddhist Meditation as Strategic Embodiment: An Optative Reflection
- Chapter 16 What Is Passed On (Or, Why We Need Sweetened Condensed Milk for the Soul)
- Chapter 17 An Ethics of Generosity
- Afterword Becoming Bilingual, or Notes on Numbness and Feeling
An Ethics of Generosity
An Ethics of Generosity
- (p.281) Chapter 17 An Ethics of Generosity
- Flashpoints for Asian American Studies
Min Hyoung Song
- Fordham University Press
“An Ethics of Generosity” uses as a main contrapuntal premise the logics of neoliberal self-interest and its disastrous implications for Asian Americans and other groups of color. Song accordingly calls for a deconstruction of such logics as a means of militating against the disastrous legacies and consequences of neoliberalism; such resistance, Song successively maintains, demands a different relationship and reaction to various forms of systemic violence.
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