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The YWCA and US imperialism in the Philippines : whiteness, racialized affect, and anti-Black stereotypes
Bachelor of Arts
YWCA USA, YWCA Manilla branch, Imperialism, Anti-Black racism, Colonial gaze, US-Philippine history, Philippine-American War, Affect theory, Discourse theory
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Dana, Illaria R., "The YWCA and US imperialism in the Philippines : whiteness, racialized affect, and anti-Black stereotypes" (2018). Honors Project, Smith College, Northampton, MA.
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74 pages. Includes bibliographical references (pages 72-74)