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Volume 21, Number 3, Summer 2013

Table of Contents

Editor’s Introduction

pp. 491-495


From the Social to the Political: 1920s Colonial Saigon as a “Space of Possibilities” in Vietnamese Consciousness

pp. 496-546

Writing Sǒkkuram: An Archaeology of Inscription around 1911

pp. 547-577

I Speak in the Third Person: Women and Language in Colonial Vietnam

pp. 579-605

Modernism, Hysteria, and the Colonial Double Bind: Pak T’aewŏn’s One Day in the Life of the Author, Mr. Kubo

pp. 607-636

Sovereignty, Coinage, and Kinship in Early China

pp. 637-658

Embodied Visions: Chinese Queer Experimental Documentaries by Shi Tou and Cui Zi’en

pp. 659-681

Limits of Visibility: Taiwan’s Tongzhi Movement in Mickey Chen’s Documentaries

pp. 683-701

Takahiko Iimura’s Butoh Films: Cine-Dance in Anma (The Masseurs) and Rose Color Dance

pp. 703-723

Critical Mediations: Haewŏn Chinhon Kut, a Shamanic Ritual for Korean “Comfort Women”

pp. 725-754

What Could Have Happened to “Femininity” in Japanese Stagecraft: A Memorial Address to Yamada Isuzu (1917 – 2012)

pp. 755-759


pp. 761-762

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