Taking It to Heart: Emotion, Modernity, Asia

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Taking It to Heart
Journal Issue Volume 16, Number 2 Published: 2008 An issue of positions
Special Issue Editor: Haiyan Lee


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1. Guest Editor's Introduction—Haiyan Lee

2. "Fictionalizing" Indigenous Mourning: Taiwanese Funerals under Japanese Imperialization—Huei-chu Chu

3. Remembering Deadly Emotions: The Filial and the Colonial in Kim Chong-han's Surado—Catherine Ryu

4. Objects of Affection: Vietnamese Discourses on Love and Emancipation—Harriet M. Phinney

5. Changing Lovestyles: Fictional Representations of Contemporary Japanese Men in Love—Janet S. Shibamoto Smith

6. Tsai Ming-liang and the Lost Emotions of the Flesh—Corrado Neri

7. Cultural Performance and the Ethnography of Ku in China—Weihua Wu and Xiying Wang

8. Undomesticated Hostilities: The Affective Space of Internet Chat Rooms across the Taiwan Strait—Shih-Diing Liu

9. Feeling Ancestral: The Emotions of Mixed Race and Memory in Asian American Cultural Productions—Jeffrey Santa Ana

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