PRISM 19.1

PRISM 19.1 (2022)

THEMED CLUSTER CHRONOTOPIA: Urban Space and Time in Twenty-First-Century Sinophone Film and Fiction

Introduction: Chronotopia: Urban Space and Time in Twenty-First-Century Sinophone Film and Fiction
By Astrid Møller-Olsen


Dialogical Representation of the Global City in Chinese New Urban and Rural-Migrant Films
By Jie Lu

Ghostly Chronotopes: Spectral Cityscapes in Post-2000 Chinese Literature
by Winnie L. M. Yee

Spatiotemporal Explorations: Narrating Social Inequalities in Contemporary Chinese Science Fiction
By Frederike Schneider-Vielsäcker

Reconfiguring the Chronotope: Spatiotemporal Representations and Cultural Imaginations of Beijing in Mr. Six
By Xuesong Shao and Sheldon Lu

Take the Elevator to Tomorrow: Mobile Space and Lingering Time in Contemporary Urban Fiction
By Astrid Møller-Olsen


Spectacles of the Sinograph in Chinese Literary and Art Productions
By Tong King Lee

Zhang Dongsun: The Predicament of Third Space
By Jianmei Liu


Introduction: Ground and Background
By Carlos Rojas

Screening Anti-Asian Racism: Gendered and Racialized Discourses in Film and Television
By Alexa Alice Joubin

“I See You”: Racialized Surveillance and Asian American Invisibility
By Karen Fang

Orientalism and Wellness in the United States
By Rumya S. Putcha

Postornamentality: Ajumma Fabulosity and the Art of Wearing a Visor with Ferocity
By Suk-Young Kim

“And This Is What He Did”
By Emma J. Teng

Grief, Translation, and the “Asian American Woman” in Hong Kong
By Grace En-Yi Ting


The Great Leap Backward: Forgetting and Representing the Mao Years
Reviewed by Xiaojue Wang

The Condition of Music: Anglophone Influences in the Poetry of Shao Xunmei
Reviewed by Paul Manfredi

Beyond Imperial Aesthetics: Theories of Art and Politics in East Asia
Reviewed by Paola Iovene

Utopian Ruins: A Memorial Museum of the Mao Era
Reviewed by Enhua Zhang

Rethinking the Modern Chinese Canon: Refractions across the Transpacific
Reviewed by Valerie Levan

Going to the Countryside: The Rural in the Modern Chinese Cultural Imagination, 1915–1965
By Jie Guo

Manhua Modernity: Chinese Culture and the Pictorial Turn
Reviewed by Nick Stember

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