Publication of September 2017 issue of Concentric: Literary and Cultural Studies -- “Intermediality in Global and Sinophone Contexts”

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Poster:Ping-jung HoPost date:2017-09-30

Dear colleagues,

We take great pleasure in announcing the publication of the September 2017 issue of Concentric: Literary and Cultural Studies, “Intermediality in Global and Sinophone Contexts” guest-edited by Yomi Braester. All articles are available on our website, for more information please visit http://www.concentric-literature.url.tw/.

Ping-Jung Ho
Executive Editor
Concentric: Literary and Cultural Studies
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Concentric: Literary and Cultural Studies, Vol. 43 No. 2 (September 2017)


Special Issue “Intermediality in Global and Sinophone Contexts”


Guest Editor: Yomi Braester






Digital Geopolitics: Intermediality and New Media in East Asia / Yomi Braester






Mail-Order Brides and Methamphetamines: Sinophone Burmeseness in Midi Z’s Burma Trilogy / Melissa Mei-Lin Chan




Breaking Language Down: Taiwan Sound Poetry and Its Ways of Saying / Cosima Bruno




Papa, Can You Hear Me Sing? Reinventing Intermedial Urban Space in Early 1980s Taiwan / Shao-Hung Teng




Sounding Shanghai: Sinophone Intermediality in Jin Yucheng’s Blossoms / Yunwen Gao




Korean Shamanic Experience in the Age of Digital Intermediality: Park Chan-kyong’s Manshin / Jecheol Park



Cross-Media, Cross-Promotion: Intermediality and Cultural Entrepreneurism in Postsocialist China / Rui Kunze




Chinese Calligraphy in the Digital Realm: Aesthetic Perfection and Remediation of the Authentic / Laura Vermeeren




Screening the In-Between: Intermediality and Digital Dystopianism in Contemporary Chinese Film and Fiction / Heather Inwood




“An Archivist’s Fantasy Gone Mad”: The Age of Exhibition in Cao Fei’s Posthuman Trilogy / Angie Chau




Literary and Cultural Criticism


An Essay against Global Literature: Literature and the Global Public / Duncan McColl Chesney




“The Misplaced Familiar”: Aesthetic Crisis in China Miéville’s The City & The City / Justin Prystash




“To Stand a Chance”: Quantum Uncertainty and Religious Conversion in Michel Houellebecq’s Submission / Molly Schwartz




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