About the Author
David M. Pomfret is Associate Professor in the Department of History at the University of Hong Kong, China. His publications include Young People and the European City: Age Relations in Nottingham and Saint-Etienne (2004), and the collections Imperial Contagions: Medicine, Hygiene and Cultures of Planning in Asia (2013) and Diasporic Chineseness after the Rise of China: Communities and Cultural Production (2013).
Table of ContentsContents
Introduction: The Transnationality of Youth; Richard Ivan Jobs and David M. Pomfret 1. Youth and Rural Modernity in Japan, 1900s-1920s; Sayaka Chatani 2. Boy Scouts under the Aztec Sun: Mexican Youth and the Transnational Construction of Identity, 1917-1940; Elena Jackson Albarrán 3. 'These Heroic Days': Marxist Internationalism, Masculinity and Young British Scientists, 1930s-1940s; Heather Ellis 4. A Malayan Girlhood on Parade: Colonial Femininities, Transnational Mobilities and the Girl Guide Movement in British Malaya; Jilian Christina Wu 5. Colonial Circulations: Vietnamese Youth, Travel and Empire, 1919-1940; David M. Pomfret 6. Youth Mobility and the Making of Europe, 1945-1960; Richard Ivan Jobs 7. On the Revolutionary Road: Youth, Displacements and Politics in the 'Long' Latin American Sixties; Valeria Manzano 8. Movement Youth in a Global Sixties Hub: The Everyday Lives of Transnational Activists in Postcolonial Dar es Salaam; Andrew Ivaska 9. 'Belonging to Many Homes': Argentine Sephardi Youth in Buenos Aires and Israel, 1956-1976; Adriana M. Brodsky 10. Swinging across the Iron Curtain and Moscow's Summer of Love: How Western Youth Culture Went East; Juliane Fürst 11. Deng's Children: 'Youth' and the 1989 Movement; Fabio Lanza 12. A Transnational Generation: Franco-Maghribi Youth Culture and Musical Politics in the Late Twentieth Century; Paul A. Silverstein