Issue 5.1 Open Issue (Spring 2019)

Editor’s introduction

UnsettlingTina Chen



Field Trip 

Settler Colonial Studies, Asian Diasporic Questions

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


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

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

Contemporary History/Contended History

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



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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