Table of Contents:
  • List of Illustrations
  • Acknowledgments
  • Introduction: Public Health, Race, and Citizenship
  • 1.. Public Health and the Mapping of Chinatown
  • 2.. Regulating Bodies and Space
  • 3.. Perversity, Contamination, and the Dangers of Queer Domesticity
  • 4.. White Women, Hygiene, and the Struggle for Respectable Domesticity
  • 5.. Plague and Managing the Commercial City
  • 6.. White Labor and the American Standard of Living
  • 7.. Making Medical Borders at Angel Island
  • 8.. Healthy Spaces, Healthy Conduct
  • 9.. Reforming Chinatown
  • Conclusion: Norms as a Way of Life
  • Notes
  • Bibliography
  • Index