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Volume 20, Number 1, Winter 2012

Table of Contents

Twenty Years Later: A Special Issue

Editor's Introduction

pp. 1-6

"Memories of Underdevelopment" after Area Studies

pp. 7-35

Populist Politics in Asian Networks: Positions for Rethinking the Question of Political Subjectivity

pp. 37-65

Positions and Positionalities: After Two Decades

pp. 67-94

Traversing Thresholds Gallery 1

pp. 95-110

Advertising Ephemera and the Angel of History

pp. 111-158

Positioning positions in the Writing to the Future

pp. 159-171

Positioning Asia in a Global Future?: An Example through Rethinking Finance

pp. 173-182

Queer positions, Queering Asian Studies

pp. 183-193

Traversing Thresholds Gallery 2

pp. 195-210

Asian Boundaries, Documentary Regimes, and the Political Economy of the Personal

pp. 211-239

Reading as Watching: What We See and What We Get

pp. 241-265

Buddhist Walking Meditations and Contemporary Art of Southeast Asia

pp. 267-285

A Dialogue on The Rise of Modern Chinese Thought: Liberating the Object and an Inquiry into the Modern

pp. 287-306

Circumstances, Politics, and History: Reading Notes on Wang Hui's "General Introduction" to The Rise of Modern Chinese Thought

pp. 307-327

Traversing Thresholds Gallery 3

pp. 329-344

"A Relentlessly Productive Venue": Interview with Senior Editor, Tani Barlow

pp. 345-372

Ten Years of Queer Cinema in China

pp. 373-383

Is a New Internationalism Possible?

pp. 385-388

The Return of the Repressed: Uncanny Spaces of Nostalgia and Loss in Trần Anh Hùng's Cyclo

pp. 389-415

Traversing Thresholds—: A Showcase of Contemporary Art from Across Asia

pp. 417-420


pp. 421-423

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