Neferti Tadiar, On Feminism and Palestine 

Editor’s Note: This is the text of a talk that Neferti Tadiar delivered as part of a round-table discussion at Columbia University. Tadiar’s most recent book, Remaindered Life (Duke 2022), won the...

Dreaming of Peace and Reunification

The politics and poetics of crossing borders come through beautifully in democracy activist Mun Ik-hwan’s calls for Korean reunification in his 1989 poem “Sleep Talking Which Isn’t Sleep Talking.” Its radical message continues to be relevant in light of current setbacks to inter-Korean relations and peace in the Middle East.

Green Fish

In this pandemic-set short story, a Chinese-American protagonist contends with questions of identity and belonging, leading up to a dramatic ending.  

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This issue offers a new perspective on indigeneity and encourage us to consider the ways in which settler colonialism continues to play a major role in extractive capitalist projects, land dispossession, and political domination in “Asia.”

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