[KS] New Issue of Situations, "In/Visible Differences, " Now Online!
seongwoochoi at yonsei.ac.kr
Thu Apr 1 03:47:53 EDT 2021
I am happy to inform you that the latest issue of Situations: Cultural Studies in the Asian Context (vol.14 no.1 2021) is out! The journal currently presents its content as open-access scholarship. This issue “In/Visible Differences: Ethnicity and Nation, Art and Translation,” is also available to read online at http://situations.yonsei.ac.kr.
Is Ethnic Cultural Participation the Answer?: A Cultural Capacity Analysis
by John Nguyet Erni
Eurasian Extinction: Miscegenation and the Question of the Native in Macau Literature
by Rosa Vieira de Almeida
Branding Korea: Food, Cosmopolitanism, and Nationalism on Korean Television
by Min Joo Lee
Beyond Akogare: The White Female in Japanese Underwear Advertisements
by Elisa Ivana Pellicanò
Tenacity of the Everyday: Cantonese Narrative Singing from the Late Qing to the Cultural Revolution
by Wen Cuiyan
PSY’s “I Luv It”: The Role of Mis-Translation in the Overseas Promotion of Hallyu
by Steven D. Capener
Review of Benjamin Tausig, Bangkok is Ringing: Sound, Protest, and Constraint (New York: Oxford University, 2019)
by Coeli Barry
Review of Jooyeon Rhee, The Novel in Transition: Gender & Literature in Early Colonial Korea
(New York: Cornell University East Asia Program, 2019)
by Jiyun Kim
Situations: Cultural Studies in the Asian Context is an international journal published twice a year on March 31 and September 30, covering cultural studies in the Asian context.
For more information or submission, please visit http://situations.yonsei.ac.kr
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