A study of Hu Feng as a literary critic and case study on how intellectual work can respond to political pressure.
Explores the cultural dimensions of protest and dissent in China, focusing on dramatic forms of bodily, spatial, strategic, and artistic performativity.
Presents an updated account of Hong Kong and its culture two decades after its reversion to China.
Critiques the idea of a Chinese cultural identity and argues that such identities are instead determined by geopolitical and economic forces.
Uses two case studies to demonstrate how neoliberal reforms in India have de-democratized labor politics.
A regional and transnational history of anarchism in Korea.
A sweeping study of political murder in Latin America.
Discusses how contemporary Iranian and Middle Eastern thinkers and artists are forging a new postmodern vision.
Looks at the fate of Hong Kong’s unique culture since its reversion to China.
Innovative analysis of the relationship of gender to East Asian economic development.
Examines the relationship of precarious employment to state policies on citizenship and social inclusion in the context of postapartheid South Africa.
Examines the project of Filipino self-determination in the context of capitalist globalization.
Materially grounded analysis of contemporary film, literature, and music in Hong Kong that resists the superficial stereotypes of the “global city. ”