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Dinah Roma-Sianturi

“Pedagogic Invasion”: The Thomasites in Occupied Philippines

Vincenz Serrano

“Wedded in the Association”: Heteroglossic Form and Fragmentary Historiography in Nick Joaquin’s Almanac for Manileños

Inseop Shin

A Narrative of Those on the Move: The Case of Takeo Arishima

Gabriel Jose Gonzales, S. J.

America is in the Heart as a Colonial-Immigrant Novel Engaging the Bildungsroman

Mary Grace R Concepcion

Assertions of Truth Through Modes of Fact and Fiction: Texts and Paratexts and the “Autobiographical Pact” in Lualhati Abreu’s Agawdilim, Agaw-liwanag and Mila Aguilar’s The Nine Deaths of M

Gerardus Majella Adhyanggono

Contested Javaneseness in Sociocultural Documentaries of the Post-New Order Indonesia

Jillian Joyce Ong Tan

Discursive Formations and the Ambivalent Nation in Gina Apostol's "The Revolution According to Raymundo Mata"

Joel David

Film Plastics in "Manila by Night"

T. Randahl Morris

From Healing to Hope: The Continuing Influence of the Chilean Arpilleras

Brian Desmond

Global Theme, Local Form: Testimony, Storytelling, and Thailand: What's Love Got to Do with It?

Simon C. Estok

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

Jaqueline Berndt

Introduction: Manga Beyond Critique?

Dinah T Roma

Narrative Rupture as History, or the Search for the “Missing Text” in Miguel Syjuco’s Ilustrado and Gina Apostol’s The Revolution According to Raymundo Mata

Raymundo R. Pavo

Night Market as Conceived-Planned Space: The Case of Davao City, Philippines

Cynthia Tolentino

Philippine Studies and the End of the American Century

Christine Vicera

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

Marie Rose Arong

Temporality in Nick Joaquin’s The Woman Who Had Two Navels

Shanthini Pillai, Melissa Shamini Perry

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

Shanthini Pillai, Melissa Shamini Perry

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

Péter Hajdu

Toxic Environments in The Handmaid’s Tale, Its Sequels, and Other Feminist Dystopias

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