Suspended Apocalypse is a provocative meditation on the Filipino American as a subject of history. Culling from historical, popular, and ethnographic archives, Dylan Rodríguez provides a sophisticated analysis of the Filipino presence in the American imaginary. Radically critiquing current conceptions of Filipino American identity, he puts forth a genealogy of Filipino genocide, rooted in the early twentieth-century subjugation of the Philippines by the United States.
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