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Victor Merriman

"Willing to Do Public Work": Introduction to a Special Issue on Radical Theatre and Ireland (Part 2)

Michael Joseph Viola

“Land is Life”: Reflections on E. San Juan, Jr., Considerations for Filipino Critical Theory, and Notes for Environmental Justice in the United States and the Philippines

Paul Melo e Castro

Circling the End of the Line in Vimala Devi's Monsoon: Glints of Significance Across Vimala Devi's Short Story Cycle

Jeremy De Chavez

Consumed by Affects: Kwentong Jollibee [Jollibee Stories], Happy Objects, and the Formation of Intimate Publics

Malcolm Miles

Disobedient Cultures: Art, Politics, and Resurgent Hope

Clod Marlan Krister V. Yambao

Global Aestheticscapes: Re-imag(in)ing the Global Experiences of Selected Filipino Artists Through Their Installation Artworks

Simon C. Estok

Humanizing Corporeal Spectacle: Humor and Resistance in Indra Sinha’s Animal’s People

Mary Grace R Concepcion, Maria Luisa Torres Reyes

Introduction to the Forum Kritika in Honor of Edel E. Garcellano

Inas Samy Abolfotoh

Matter Really Matters: A Poetic Material Islamecocritical Reading of Inanimateness Animism

Rommel A. Curaming

Postcolonial Studies and Pantayong Pananaw in Philippine Historiography: A Critical Engagement

Christine Vicera

Remembering and Re-membering Home: Asynchronicity as Postcolonial Poetics in 21st Century Southeast Asian Diasporic Narratives

E. San Juan, Jr.

Response: Metakomentaryo sa Pagkakataon ng Kolokyum Ukol sa “The Places of E. San Juan, Jr.”

Ranilo B. Hermida

The Catholic Church in the Philippine Public Sphere

Lance Espejo

The Place of Literary Criticism in the Marxist-Leninist-Maoist Praxis of the Philippine National Democratic Movement

Agustin Martin G. Rodriguez

Turning from the Margins: Discoursing Heidegger at the End of Life as We Know It

Harry Aveling

Two Approaches to the Positioning of Translations: A Comparative Study of Itamar Even-Zohar’s Polysystem Studies and Gideon Toury’s "Descriptive Translation Studies and Beyond"

Miguel Antonio Lizada

When She Started Acting Queer: A Queer Gothic Reading of Nick Joaquin’s The Woman Who Had Two Navels

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