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Latest publications:
Negotiating Space and Time: Knowing the Past in the Present in Elif Shafak’s "The Forty Rules of Love"

"The Forty Rules of Love" addresses new spaces and unlocks the secret space of spiritual transformation and freedom of the self, through spiritual journeys undertaken by narrative discourse.

Article: Print

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Published online: March 22, 2017

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Including Seminal African-American Artists in the Humanities

African-American artists have long sought recognition of their various endeavors for nearly 400 years. Today, they are beginning to receive their due inclusion in our revisionist examination of the humanities.

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Published online: March 22, 2017

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William Gibson and the World of Tomorrow: Digital Dystopias in Futurist Fiction

This article explores the idea that a speculative fiction writer could have substantively inaugurated the Digital Age of the Internet, anticipating the World Wide Web with "cyperpunk" figurations of cyberspace.

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Published online: February 28, 2017

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Vectors of Grace: Thomas Pynchon’s Reimagined Technology and the Digital Humanities in Against the Day

This article explores connections between the use of technology and mathematics in the fiction of Thomas Pynchon and issues in the digital humanities today.

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Published online: December 1, 2016

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In Memoriam: Reader-Response and the Virtual Construction of Consolation

This article explores the phenomenological processes in Tennyson’s "In Memoriam," a poem that struggles with science, faith, and mortality in the wake of the Age of the Anthropocene.

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Published online: November 16, 2016

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Giving Voice to Being: Our Language of the World

Human beings are a paradox. We are animals within nature and we are linguistic animals set apart from nature. Language, understood as embodied consciousness, clarifies this essential contradiction.

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Published online: November 16, 2016

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The International Journal of Critical Cultural Studies , Volume 14, Issue 4, December 2016

Issue: Electronic

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Issue: Print

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Issue: Print [Authors Only]

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Transcultural Body without Organs: From the Abolition of Chinese Foot-Binding to Medical Tourism in East Asia

I discuss the impact of Westernization on East-Asian womanhood and the Eastern perception of bodies as female bodies are voluntarily modified for the want of desirability in the global community.

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Published online: September 13, 2016

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Of Bodies, Death, and Martyrdom: The Case of Ninoy and Cory Aquino’s Death and the Re-articulations of Philippine Political Narratives

This study examines how the "Aquino Magic" phenomenon is intricately woven in the popular reformist political narrative of the Philippines thru the mediation of media in society.

Article: Print

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Published online: September 7, 2016

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Girls Need to Learn Music but They Shouldn’t Make It a Career: Three Chinese-Australian Musicians’ Learning Experiences with Tiger-mums

Using Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis (IPA) and report on semistructured interviews undertaken, I examine three female Chinese-Australian musicians’ learning experiences who were nurtured by authoritarian parenting style influenced by Confucianism.

Article: Print

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Published online: May 16, 2016

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