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[Culture Studies] Geo-spatiality in Asian and Oceanic literature and culture worlding Asia in the anthropocene Geo-spatiality in Asian and Oceanic literature and culture worlding Asia in the anthropocene

 

      Ebook Fulltext URL :https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-3-031-04047-4

     This collection opens the geospatiality of “Asia” into an environmental framework called "Oceania" and pushes this complex regional multiplicity towards modes of trans-local solidarity, planetary consciousness, multi-sited decentering, and world belonging. At the transdisciplinary core of this “worlding” process lies the multiple spatial and temporal dynamics of an environmental eco-poetics, articulated via thinking and creating both with and beyond the Pacific and Asia imaginary.(2023-04-14 歐美所副研究員周序樺小姐)

 

本書目錄                

    1  Introduction: Worlding Asia Pacific into Oceania—Worlding Concepts,Tactics,            and Transfigurations against

   Rob Sean Wilson

    1

    Part I  Unearthing and Historicizing Regions deworlding/dismantling                                    /reworlding life worlds and values  (asia reworlding?)

 

 

    2  Geopolitical Fantasy: Continental Action Movies

   Soyoung Kim

  35

    3  Dan Dan Mian, Hip-Hop, and Baohaus: Transpacificand Interracial World-                    Making in Eddie Huang’s Fresh Off the Boat

   Pin-chia Feng

  49

    4  The Place of Worlding: Subaltern Cosmopolitanism in Central Asia and Korea

   Hye Young Kim

  71

    5  Filipinese

   R. Zamora Linmark

  85

    6  My Beast, My Brother, and My Alpha Creation

   Lucifer Hung

  89

    Part II  Activism, Vision, and Intervention (critical and literary Analyses of                           protests, social movements, and activism as Forms of resistance                               /deworlding/alter-worlding; new forms and levels of crossing,                                     contacts, and convergences across disciplines and sites as modes of                       worlding and reworlding) (worlding as a tactic for resistance and                               building alternative values and communities toward“other Asias”)

 

  93

     7  Violence, Magic, Certainty: Journalistic Worlding and Middle East War

   Isaac Blacksin

  95

     8  Refugee Migration Through the Division System: On the Ethics of Copresence             in Krys Lee’s How I Became a North Korean

   Chih-ming Wang

115

     9  The Crusades and a Marginal History of Islam: Tariq Ali’s Activism and                              Alternative World in The Book of Saladin

   Pei-chen Liao

137

    10  Zeugmatic Formations: Balikbayan Boxes and the Filipino Diaspora 

   Fritzie A. de Mata

157

    11  Call Me Ishimar

   Karen Tei Yamashita

185

    Part III  Planetary Creation: Critique and Cosmos (reworlding at                                                  The Anthropocene/planetary/environmentallevel)

 

199

    12  Flow or Friction? Ecological Transnationalism in Japanese TV Anime

   John Parham

201

    13  Hurricanes and Kaiju: Climate Change and Toxicity Across the Pacific                               in Guillermo del Toro’s Pacific Rim

   Danielle Crawford

227

    14  Albatross Unbound: Worlding the Plastic Sea

   Ranjan Ghosh

247

    15  Agrarian Witnessing and Worlding for the Anthropocene

   William Major

267

    16  Listening to Archipelago Rains

   Kim Tong TEE

301

    17  Trans-Oceanic Psalm

   Craig Santos Perez

303

    Afterword: Reworlding as Hope in the Anthropocene

   Shiuhhuah Serena Chou

309

    Index

 

315

 

This collection opens the geospatiality of “Asia” into an environmental framework called "Oceania" and pushes this complex regional multiplicity towards modes of trans-local solidarity, planetary consciousness, multi-sited decentering, and world belonging. At the transdisciplinary core of this “worlding” process lies the multiple spatial and temporal dynamics of an environmental eco-poetics, articulated via thinking and creating both with and beyond the Pacific and Asia imaginary.


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