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Publication of September 2018 issue of Concentric: Literary and Cultural Studies -- “Contested Modernity: Place, Space and Culture”

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Poster:Ping-jung HoPost date:2018-09-30
 

Dear colleagues,


We take great pleasure in announcing the publication of the September 2018 issue of Concentric: Literary and Cultural Studies, “Contested Modernity: Place, Space and Culture.” This special issue features one speech and six research articles. There are also five research articles on general topics. All articles are available on our website; for more information please visit http://www.concentric-literature.url.tw/.


Sincerely,
Mary Goodwin and Aaron Deveson
Editors
Concentric: Literary and Cultural Studies

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Concentric: Literary and Cultural Studies, Vol. 44 No. 2 (September 2018)

 

Special Issue “Contested Modernity: Place, Space and Culture”

 

 

 

Speech

 

Cultural Diversity and the Ideal of Progress / Yi-Fu Tuan

 

 

 

Articles

 

Mapping Formosa: Settler Colonial Cartography in Taiwan Cinema in the 1950s / Lin-chin Tsai

 

 

 

Pastoral Place and Violence in Contemporary British Fiction / John Armstrong

 

 

 

Fear and Love in the Tide Country: Affect, Environment, and Encounters in Amitav Ghosh’s The Hungry Tide / Shu-ching Chen

 

 

 

Spatial Representation in Three Detective Fiction Subgenres / Zi-Ling Yan

 

 

 

Rewriting the Bildungsroman and the Rise of Detective Fiction in The Moonstone / Ilsu Sohn

 

 

 

Cooling China’s Body: Herbal Cooling Tea and Cultural Regionalism in Post-SARS China / Tsung-Yi Michelle Huang, Szu-Yun Hsu, and Chun-Kai Woo

 

 

 

Literary and Cultural Criticism

 

Sexual/Textual Tendencies in Shyam Selvadurai’s Funny Boy / Louis Lo

 

 

 

Antiphilosophy, Philosophy, and Love: Reading of “Tony Takitani” by Murakami Haruki / Youngjin Park

 

 

 

Song of Ariran and the Question of Translation / Suk Kim

 

 

 

Ungendered Narrative: A New Genre in the Making / Khuman Bhagirath Jetubhai and Madhumita Ghosal

 

 

 

“Sindoan”: Dissident Memories of Modern Korean History in a Cinematic Revision of Korean Minjung Art / Kyoung-Lae Kang and Hyejong Yoo

 

 

 

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