Theodore S. Gonzalves is Associate Professor of American Studies at the University of Hawaii at Manoa.
Acknowledgments Prologue Introduction 1. The Art of the State: Inventing Philippine Folkloric Forms (Manila, 1934) 2. "Take It from the People": Dancing Diplomats and Cultural Authenticity (Brussels, 1958) 3. Dancing into Oblivion: The Pilipino Cultural Night (Los Angeles, 1983) 4. Repetitive Motion: The Mechanics of Reverse Exile (San Francisco, 1993) 5. Making a Mockery of Everything We Hold True and Dear: Exploring Parody with Tongue in a Mood's PCN Salute (San Francisco, 1997) Conclusion Epilogue: Memoria Notes Bibliography Index