1. Staging Minor Feelings and Rehearsing ReparationAmy B. Huang2. Staging Exclusion: Immigration and Exploitation in Asian American TheatreJames McMaster3. Theater of the American TropicsLucy MSP Burns4. Dusty Barracks and Empty Stages: Revisiting the Mass Exclusion and Incarceration of Japanese Americans during World War IIJu Yon Kim5. From "Orientals" to Asian AmericansEunha Na6. Instruction Pieces: The Emergence of Asian American Performance ArtJoshua Chambers-Letson7. Southeast Asian American Theatre: Refugee Memories and Enacting HomeSean Metzger8. Yellowface and Asian American ActorsEsther Kim Lee9. Grief and Terror in Post-9/11 Plays by South Asian and Arab American PlaywrightsDan Bacalzo10. Staging Asian America in a History of Present IllnessChristine Mok
Josephine Lee is Professor of English and Asian American Studies at the University of Minnesota and the editor-in-chief of the Oxford Encyclopedia of Asian American Literature and Culture. Her other books include Oriental, Black, and White: The Formation of Racial Habits in American Theater, The Japan of Pure Invention: Gilbert and Sullivan's The Mikado, and Performing Asian America: Race and Ethnicity on the Contemporary Stage.