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Realism, Form, Politics: Reading Connections in Caribbean Migration Narratives- Nicole Rizzuto
The Plantation as Archive: Images of “the South” in the Postcolonial World- Alfred J. López
Bringing out “Roland Barthes” from Chu T'ien-wen's Notes of a Desolate Man (Huangren shouji)- Chih-Wei Chang
2011 ACLA Presidential Address
Interplanetary Literature- Haun Saussy
A Transnational Poetics-Steven Yao
Desiring Bodies: Ovidian Romance and the Cult of Form-Theresa Krier
Voices Revealed: Arab Women Novelists, 1898–2000-Elizabeth M. Holt
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