Publication of March 2018 issue of Concentric: Literary and Cultural Studies -- “Crip World”

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Poster:Ping-jung HoPost date:2018-03-30

Dear colleagues,

We take great pleasure in announcing the publication of the March 2018 issue of Concentric: Literary and Cultural Studies, “Crip World.” This special issue features one interview and four research articles. There are also two research articles on general topics. All articles are available on our website, for more information please visit http://www.concentric-literature.url.tw/.

Mary Goodwin and Aaron Deveson
Concentric: Literary and Cultural Studies

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Concentric: Literary and Cultural Studies, Vol. 44 No. 1 (March 2018)


Special Issue “Crip World”






Reading Disability: A Conversation with Michael Bérubé / Justin Prystash






Prosthetic Configurations and Imagination: Dis/ability, Body, and Technology / Hsiao-yu Sun




The Ethical Aspect of Disease: Poe’s “Morella” and Life / Pei-yun Chen




“Magic and Laughter”: Graphic Medicine, Recasting Alzheimer Narratives and Dana Walrath’s Aliceheimer’s: Alzheimer’s Through the Looking Glass / Sathyaraj Venkatesan and Raghavi Ravi Kasthuri




Trying to Grow Out of Stereotypes: The Representation of Disability, Sexuality and the “Modern” Disability Subjectivity in Firdaus Kanga’s Novel / Rimjhim Bhattacherjee




Literary and Cultural Criticism


Mapping Korean American Literary Studies in Korea, 1994-2016 / Sooyoung Lee and Sung Hee Yook




From Silt to Shit: The Past and Present of Post-Natural Bangkok / Jaime Moreno-Tejada




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