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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"

Alfonso Manalastas

Two Poems

Theodore S. Gonzalves

Two-Part Invention: A Response

Ekaterina Baklanova

Types of Borrowings in Tagalog/Filipino

Mary Jane Ainslie, Sarah Domingo Lipura, Joanne Lim

Understanding the Potential for a Hallyu “Backlash” in Southeast Asia: A Case Study of Consumers in Thailand, Malaysia and Philippines

Kathrine D. Ojano

Unreading the Novel, or Experiencing Ninotchka Rosca's State of War as Mythopoeia

Charlie Samuya Veric

Vernacular World Making: E. San Juan, Jr. and the Rehearsal for the New International

Dale Luis Menezes

Vimala Devi's Bhatcars and the Mundcars: Laborers, Landlords, and Culture in Goa

Josh Uyheng

Visitation

John Bengan

Voice

Emeka Aniago, Norbert Oyibo Eze, Stella Okoye-Ugwu, Divine Sheriff Jose

Vultures and Candles as Metaphors of Leadership Failures in Emeka Nwabueze’s A Parliament of Vultures and Uche-Chinemere Nwaozuzu’s The Candles

Oscar Tantoco Serquiña, Jr.

We Have Intimated Too Much of Ourselves to This City

Alan Read

We the Divided: Partitions of Performance in the Ceramic State

Josen Masangkay Diaz

We Were War Surplus, Too: Nick Joaquin and the Impossibilities of Filipino Historical Becoming

Wonho Jang, Jung Eun Song

Webtoon as a New Korean Wave in the Process of Glocalization

Neobie Gonzalez

What do I call this beating:

Maximino U. Pulan, Jr.

What the Planetary Filipino Should Know: San Juan Versus Almario

Gabrielle Leung

What to make of this flesh:

Charlie Samuya Veric

What, and Where, is Philippine Studies? A Response

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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