Vol 30, No 3-4 (2003)

Subjectivity and Cultural Identity in an Age of Globalization
Guest Editors: Peng-hsiang Chen and Jenn-shan Lin

Table of Contents

Articles

Editor's Note Abstract PDF
Jonathan Hart
Once More About Globalization: An Introduction Abstract PDF
MILAN V. DIMIC
"The Mind-Forged Manacles": Literary Encounters with Culture, Identity, and Subjectivity in an Age of Globalization Abstract PDF
MILAN V. DIMIC
Re-writing the Subject: The Thrownness of Being in the Multicultural Condition Abstract PDF
CHUNG-HSIUNG LAI
The Self as Cultural-Linguistic Hybrid in the Age of Globalization Abstract PDF
KWOK-KAN TAM
Identity Seeking and Constructing Chinese Critical Discourse in the Age of Globalization Abstract PDF
WANG NING
The Fleeting Windhorse: Tibetan Cultural Identity and the Challenge of Modernity Abstract PDF
EVA K. NEUMAIER
Does the East Asian - European Interliterary Communication in the Late Qing - Late Meiji Periods Offer a Model For a Globalized Literature? Abstract PDF
RAOUL DAVID FINDEISEN
Shame and Narcissistic Self in Yu Da-fu's Sinking Abstract PDF
EVA YIN-I CHEN
Ethical Assimilation in Pearl S. Buck's Peony. An Early Example of Identity and Globalization Abstract PDF
KAI-CHONG CHEUNG
Geographical Space and Cultural Identity: Self in the Age of Globalization Abstract PDF
TERRY SIU-HAN YIP
Gao Xingjian's Novel Lingshan (Soul Mountain): A Long Journey in Search of a Woman? Abstract PDF
MARIAN GALIK


ISSN: 1913-9659