Volume 5, Number 2: 'Resisting, Reclaiming and Rewriting the Asia-Pacific' Part II - OUT NOW!
On behalf of the Editorial Committee of the Graduate Journal of Asia-Pacific Studies, we are pleased to announce the release of Volume 5 Number 2, Part II.
This special supplemental issue of the Graduate Journal of Asia-Pacific Studies, further considers the theme, ‘Resisting, Rewriting and Reclaiming the Asia-Pacific'. Within this edition, there is a discussion of the roles of civil society organisations and the government in Beijing, an examination of memory as testimony from survivors of the Hiroshima bomb, an investigation of anti-Semitism in Indonesian print media and a rereading of the modern Japanese novel, A Fool’s Love. There are two visual essays in this edition that address issues of colonialism and fantasy in Vanuatu and Australia through photography and collage. As well, there is a review of the redevelopment of the National Museum of Singapore and a book of Franco-Asian cinema and literature.
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Graduate Journal of Asia-Pacific Studies
Volume 5, Number 2 August 2007
'Resisting, Reclaiming and Rewriting the Asia-Pacific, Part II'
Resisting, Reclaiming and Rewriting the Asia-Pacific, Part II
1. Jennifer Hsu, ‘Defining Boundaries of the Relationship: Beijing Migrant Civil Society Organisations and the Government
2. Makito Yurita, ‘Reclaiming the Authorship of Hiroshima Testimonies: Differentiating Testimonies and Memories of Historical Events’
3. Burhanuddin, ‘The Conspiracy of Jews: The Quest for Anti-Semitism in Media Dakwah’
4. Yiju Huang, ‘Man Awakened from Dreams: Rereading the Modern Girl Image in A Fool’s Love by Tanizaki Jun'ichirô’
Juliet Trevethick, In Conversation with Josh Raymond
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