essays

  1. Actual, Possible, Edible: Metabolic Description in Aminatta Forna's Happiness
  2. Molly MacVeagh
  3. pp. 1-27
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  1. Mark Mathabane's K*ffir Boy, Black Consciousness, and the Fallacies of Liberalism
  2. Marzia Milazzo
  3. pp. 29-62
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  1. Against Financialization as Freedom: Errant Investments in Kopano Matlwa's Coconut and Rehad Desai's Everything Must Fall
  2. Jesse Arseneault
  3. pp. 63-94
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  1. Neoliberal Capitalism in the Indian Organized Crime Fiction of Vikram Chandra and Salman Rushdie
  2. Michael K. Walonen
  3. pp. 95-115
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  1. Looking behind Grand Façades: The Ambiguous Visibility of Urban Wealth in The Unknown Terrorist, Saturday, and The White Tiger
  2. Helga Ramsey-Kurz
  3. pp. 117-139
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  1. Not Here, Not Now: Remaking Singapore's Chinese Diaspora in The Inlet
  2. Hui Min Annabeth Leow
  3. pp. 141-170
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  1. "A Different Economy": Postcolonial Clearings in David Chariandy's Brother
  2. Gugu D. Hlongwane
  3. pp. 171-199
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  1. The Poetics and Politics of Intersectionality: Trauma and Memory in Caryl Phillips' The Lost Child
  2. Kaisa Ilmonen
  3. pp. 201-226
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  1. Stung by a Charso-Bee: Daljit Nagra's Macaronic Ramayana
  2. Hans-Georg Erney
  3. pp. 227-247
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interviews

  1. Somewhere between the Colonial and the Postcolonial: An Interview with Gibraltarian Author M. G. Sanchez
  2. Isabel Alonso-Breto
  3. pp. 249-261
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reviews

  1. Ghazalnama: Poems From Delhi, Belfast, and Urdu by Maaz Bin Bilal (review)
  2. Lopamudra Basu
  3. pp. 265-268
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  1. The Rise of Autobiographical Medical Poetry and the Medical Humanities by Johanna Emeney (review)
  2. Jane Chamberlin
  3. pp. 268-271
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notes on contributors

  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 273-275
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erratum

  1. Erratum
  2. p. 276
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