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Why Mourning Matters: The Politics of Grief in Southeast Asian Narratives of Women’s Migration

Carlos M. Piocos III

Transformation of the Self through Islamic Practices in Leila Aboulela’s The Translator

Amrah Abdul Majid

Towards a Practical and Empirically Grounded Account of Útang-na-loób as a Filipino Virtue

Jacklyn A. Cleofas

Timon of Athens, Food Transformations, and the World as Confectionary

Simon C. Estok

The Tongues of Men and of Angels

Sandra Nicole Roldan

The Shifting Frontiers of Literary Studies in the Twenty-first Century

Shanthini Pillai, Melissa Shamini Perry

The Problematic Representations of the Orient, Women, and Food Transformations in Paolo Bacigalupi’s The Windup Girl

Jungyoun Kim

The Politics of Translation in the Creation, Production, and Canon Formation of Translated Cebuano Literature from the Postwar Period to the Present

Maria Vanessa Estillore-Gabunada

The Context and Challenges of Interdisciplinarity in the Philippines

Maria Assunta C. Cuyegkeng

The Concept of Filial Piety in East Asian Confucian Culture from the Perspectives of Gadamer and Habermas

Donghyun Kim

The Coming Out of Memory: The Holocaust, Homosexuality, and Dealing with the Past

Arnaud Kurze

The City as Nation: Nick Joaquin’s Manila, My Manila as Nationalist History

Hidde Van der Wall

The Bow and the Lyre: Towards a Healthy Tension between Disciplinarity and Interdisciplinarity

Remmon E. Barbaza

Rethinking Filipino Masculinities: The Case of the Cosmopolitan Tambay

Joseph T. Salazar

Reinforcing Myths about Women in Philippine Culture: Semiotic Analyses of the Sexbomb Girls in Eat Bulaga’s Laban o Bawi

Trina Leah Mendoza

Pursuing Imperfection, Forgiveness, and Repentance in Popular Twenty-first Century Malay Television Fiction

Mohd Muzhafar Idrus, Raihanah M. M., Ruzy Suliza Hashim

Packing Death in Australian Literature

Iris Ralph

On Faith, Politics, Privilege, and Other Demons: An Interview with the Novelist Christos Tsiolkas

Daryll Delgado

Mothering Celebrities: Feminine/Feminist Agency and Subjectivity in the Auto/biographies of an Indonesian Female Celebrity

Aquarini Priyatna, Lina Meilinawati Rahayu, Mega Subekti

Monsters at the End of Time: Alternate Hierarchies and Ecological Disasters in Alaya Dawn Johnson’s Spirit Binders Novels

Anita Harris Satkunananthan


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