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- Trans-Humanities Journal
- University of Hawai'i Press
- Moving Targets: Towards a Post-Humanist Historical Ontology of Man? Volume 9, Number 3, October 2016, pp. 5-17
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This issue contains 12 articles in total
- East Asian Modern Knowledge and the Topography of Translation. Edited by Ewha Institute for the Humanities, Somyung Books, 2015
- Fukushima: The Geo-trauma of a Futural Wave
- Another “Paris in the Orient”: Overlapping Exoticism in Japanese Modernism around 1930
- Storytelling in the Rashomon Gate: Kurosawa, Konjaku monogatari-shu, and Buddhism
- Picasso’s Paintings as Allusions: A Comparative Study of Abe Kōbō’s The Ruined Map and Paul Auster’s Ghosts
- Extreme Violence and the Media: Challenges of Reporting Terrorism in Nigeria
- Jane Eyre in Our Times: Fukunaga’s Jane Eyre in Dialogue with Two Film Adaptations
- Noodle Western: Asian Gunslingers, Swordplayers, Filmmakers Gone West
- Between Friends and Enemies: Ridley Scott’s Alien
- Singularities and Superintelligence: Transcending the Human in Contemporary Cinema
- The Medium of Writing and Academic Texts: On Hans Ulrich Gumbrecht and Marshall McLuhan
- Moving Targets: Towards a Post-Humanist Historical Ontology of Man?
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