This account documents the author’s challenges getting her father-in-law’s body released from the hospital after dying from COVID and being accepted by a funeral home...
Interviewed by Suzy Kim Suzy Kim (SK): From strikes by healthcare and education workers to service and railway workers, some estimate that strikes are up by 50 percent in the...
Taiwan has attracted increasing attention around the world due to the confrontation between the Communist Party regime in the People’s Republic of China (PRC) and the Taiwanese government along with...
This account documents the author’s challenges getting her father-in-law’s body released from the hospital after dying from COVID and being accepted by a funeral home during the current COVID surge.
A follow-up roundtable, one year after the publication of Tani Barlow’s In the Event of Women (Duke University Press, 2022), to discuss how to reposition feminist critique historically in light of the methodology and arguments Barlow advances in her book in the spirit of voluntary and continuous action.
On December 10, 2022, award-winning Chinese science fiction writer Han Song began documenting his struggle with COVID-19 on his Weibo account. Han Song’s “Covid Diary,” which was accompanied by various pictures he took with his cellphone, went viral online.
A group of UCLA students undertook a performance art practice in response to and in support of the ongoing White Paper Revolution in China.
Hongwei Bao presents three pieces on poetry and protest in China as part of our continuing “First Looks” series on the COVID-19 pademic.
M.E. O’Brien discusses family abolition and her 2022 sci-fi novel “Everything for Everyone: An Oral History of The New York Commune, 2052-2072”.
episteme issue 9 presents a symposium on Ken Kawashima’s new translation and edition of Uno Kozo’s classic Theory of Crisis (1953).
Fieldwork (le terrain) is not a simple act of “discovering” but rather a much more complex process, one that manifests itself over time and involves the researchers themselves.
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.”
Angela Zito reflects on her teaching repertoire and her use of Asao Inoue’s concept of labor-based grading contracts for her course, Monsters + Their Humans.
Four interviews with contemporary thinkers investigating the relationship of Marxism and feminism today.
There’s an impulse to reflect, to take stock, heightened by these crisis times. This issue takes a critical look at the methods and sources we use to produce knowledge and showcases new disciplinary methods applied both specifically to North Korea and more broadly.