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In this innovative and engaging study, Mire Koikari recasts the US occupation of Okinawa as a startling example of Cold War cultural interaction in which women's grassroots activities involving homes and homemaking played a pivotal role in reshaping the contours of US and Japanese imperialisms. Drawing on insights from studies of gender, Asia, America and postcolonialism, Koikari analyzes how the occupation sparked domestic education movements in Okinawa, mobilizing an assortment of women - home economists, military wives, club women, university students and homemakers - from the US, Okinawa and mainland Japan. These women went on to pursue a series of activities to promote 'modern domesticity' and build 'multicultural friendship' amidst intense militarization on the islands. As these women took their commitment to domesticity and multiculturalism onto the larger terrain of the Pacific, they came to articulate the complex intertwinement of gender, race, domesticity, empire and transnationality that existed during the Cold War.

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'Cold War Encounters is a closely argued study that explores the intersections of rhetoric, policy, and the ambitions of individual actors by analyzing a rich variety of cases.'

Jan Bardsley Source: Japanese Studies

'[Koikari’s] book constitutes an important corrective to the existing literature on occupation-era Japan and Okinawa, and will hopefully usher in additional studies that follow its lead …'

Ryan Masaaki Yokota Source: Social Science Japan Journal

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Record Group 260 (RG260): Records of the US Civil Administration of the Ryukyu Islands (USCAR) 1945–1972. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA). College Park, Maryland.

University Archives and Historical Collection. Michigan State University. East Lansing, Michigan:

  • John Hannah Papers.

  • Karl Wright Papers (MSU Collection).

  • College of Human Ecology Records.

  • University of Ryukyu Project.

  • University Series.

  • Faculty Biography.

University of the Ryukyus Library (URL) Center for Okinawa Resources. Nishihara, Okinawa.

Okinawa Prefecture Archives (OPA). Haebaru, Okinawa.

Okinawa Prefecture Library Regional History Research Center, Naha, Okinawa.

University of Hawaii Hamilton Library. Honolulu, Hawaii.

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  • Thomas Hamilton Papers.

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  • President's Office 1971.

  • Asia Collection (UHHLAC).

  • Hawaiian and Pacific Collection (UHHLHPC).

University of Hawaii Sinclair Library (UHSL). Honolulu, Hawaii:

  • Asia Collection.

Okinawa furen shinbun. Courtesy of Miyagi Harumi. Naha, Okinawa.

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