Trajectories, institutions, and re-locations: a conversation on Inter-Asia outside Asia
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This conversation explores the resonances of the Inter-Asia project outside the geographical boundaries of Asia. The participants, who represent diverse national, institutional, and professional experiences, discuss the following topics: how Asia and the Inter-Asia project has affected their intellectual trajectories; navigating academic institutions and formations; the changing meaning of diaspora and migration and their effects on language and communication; and the relationship between the academy and social movements. Particular attention is paid to reframing Australia and Canada from an Inter-Asia perspective.
Lee, C., Chen, K. H., Gunew, S., O’Brien, M., Yue, A., & Alam, R. (2019). Trajectories, institutions, and re-locations: a conversation on Inter-Asia outside Asia. Inter-Asia Cultural Studies, 20(2), 341–355. https://doi.org/10.1080/14649373.2019.1617228
Inter-Asia Cultural Studies
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