Volume 38, Number 3, Fall 2013

Table of Contents

Space, Land, and the Global Environment of Ethnicity

Articles and Interviews

Editor’s Introduction: Space, Land, and the Global Environment of Ethnicity

pp. 1-6

When Is an Immigrant’s Autobiography Not an Immigrant Autobiography?: The Americanization of Edward Bok

pp. 7-24

Heroine, Reformer, Citizen: Novelistic Conventions in Antin’s The Promised Land

pp. 25-43

Letters of Penance: Writing America in Chinese and the Location of Chinese American Literature

pp. 44-66

Feeling Embodied and Being Displaced: A Phenomenological Exploration of Hospital Scenes in Rabih Alameddine’s Fiction

pp. 67-85

From Desert Dust to City Soot: Environmental Justice and Japanese American Internment in Karen Tei Yamashita’s Tropic of Orange

pp. 86-106

Inaccuracy and Testimonial Literature: The Case of Loung Ung’s First They Killed My Father: A Daughter of Cambodia Remembers

pp. 107-125

“I Will Make of My Scaffold, a Stage”: Performing the Asian American Subject in Maxine Hong Kingston’s Tripmaster Monkey: His Fake Book

pp. 126-145

Gold-Digger: Reading the Marital and National Romance in Bharati Mukherjee’s Jasmine

pp. 146-159

“A Universe of Many Worlds”: An Interview with Ruth Ozeki

pp. 160-171

Reviews

Positive Pollutions and Cultural Toxins: Waste and Contamination in Contemporary U.S. Ethnic Literatures by John Blair Gamber (review)

pp. 172-174

Constructing the Enemy: Empathy/Antipathy in U.S. Literature and Law by Rajini Srikanth (review)

pp. 175-176

Red Land to the South: American Indian Writers and Indigenous Mexico by James H. Cox (review)

pp. 177-179

Imperfect Unions: Staging Miscegenation in U.S. Drama and Fiction by Diana Rebekkah Paulin (review)

pp. 180-182

Across Meridians: History and Figuration in Karen Tei Yamashita’s Transnational Novels by Jinqi Ling (review)

pp. 183-184

Contributors

pp. 185-187