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But for the Apocalypse: Wilfrido Nolledo’s Da rk Mirror of Empire

Ryan Canlas

By the Third Mojito and Other Poems

Noelle Leslie Dela Cruz

Carlos Bulosan and a Collective Outline for Critical Filipina and Filipino Studies

Michael Viola, Valerie Francisco, Amanda Solomon Amorao

Carlos Bulosan on Writing: The Role of Letters

Marilyn Alquizola, Lane Ryo Hirabayashi

Carnivalesque Economies: Clowning and the Neoliberal Impasse

Barnaby King

Caveats on the Problem of Understanding Peirce’s Semiotics and Pragmatism

E. San Juan, Jr.

Challenges for Cultural Studies Under the Rule of Global War

Neferti Xina M. Tadiar

Challenging and Reinventing White Australia's Historical Narrativity and Identitarian Assumptions Apropos of Aboriginality

Danica Čerče

Channeling the Cinematic in Manuel Puig’s Betrayed by Rita Hayworth

Joyce L. Arriola

Chaotic Waters and Well-Tempered Specters: The Philippines as Source of Overseas Labor

Joel David

Charting the Catalog of Calubayan's Biowork

Carlomar Daoana

Childhood and Family in Contemporary Children's Fiction: Resilience, Agency, and Emerging Gender Norms

Rosario Torres-Yu

Choreographing Immersion: Negotiating Borders, Difference, and Power

Thea Stanton

Christianity as a Culture of Mobility: A Case Study of Asian Transient Migrants in Singapore

Catherine Gomes, Jonathan Y. Tan

Christianity from the Margins in Southeast Asia

Jose Mario C. Francisco, Shanthini Pillai

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

Paul Melo e Castro

Coda: Memory Work

Delia D. Aguilar

Coetzee In and Out of Cape Town

Imraan Coovadia

Colonial Mobility and the Biopolitics of the Colonial Non-Place

Jinhyoung Lee

Commentary on "The Promise of the Foreign

Remmon E. Barbaza

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