Issue 5.1 Open Issue (Spring 2019)

Editor’s introduction

UnsettlingTina Chen

 

Convergence

Field Trip 

Settler Colonial Studies, Asian Diasporic Questions

Iyko Day, Juliana Hu Pegues, Malissa Phung, Dean Itsuji Ssaranillio, and DanikaMedakk-Saltzman

Interface

Making Meanings: Introducing the Teach311.org Interview Collection | Grace Teo and Lisa Onaga

Portfolio
From Lahore to New York: Postcolonial Paradoxes in the Work of Female Neo-Miniaturists | Curated by Saleem Waraich

A&Q
Contemporary History/Contended History

Fabio Lanza, Judy Tzu-Chun Wu, Nam Kim, Chelsea Szendi Schieder, and Lisandro E. Claudio

 

Essays

Kissing the Dead Body: Conjuring “Warm Data” in Archives of U.S. Global Military Detention | Ronak k. KapadiaBeyond Minor Subjects toward the Minor as Method: Anti-Oedipus, Affect, and Becoming in Yan Xing’s Kill (the) TV-Set | Hentyle Yapp

“A Grand Asiatic Empire”: Swadeshi Transnationalism and the Expanse of Bharat in the Early Indian Anglophone Novel | Monika Bhagat-Kennedy

The Japanese Community of São Paulo, Liberdade, and Brazilian State Persecution (1937–45) | Mônica Raisa Schpun

Postcolonial Ruins, Transnational Intimacies, and the Terror of the Haves in The Reluctant Fundamentalist | Surbhi Malik

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