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Mise-en-scene of desire: The films of Mizoguchi Kenji
"Between distant realities": The Japanese avant-garde, Surrealism, and the colonies, 1924--1943
The formation of the "Shi Zi"
Breaking Bombay, making Maharashtra: Media, identity politics and state formation in modern India
From performance to literature: The "Candiman.gala" of Kavikan.kana Mukundarama Cakravarti
The language of tolerance: Amir Khusraw and the development of Indo-Persian culture
Maha Multipedia: A nine-night performance of the "Mahabharata" reworked in mixed media
The consolidation of literary registers in the world of the Senas and the beginning of its afterlife: Sanskrit and Bengali social poetics, 12th--14th century
Diversity, deception, and discernment in the late sixteenth century: A comparative study of Li Zhi's "Book to Burn" and Montaigne's "Essays"
Reimagining the nation in Manchuria: The representation of peasant collectivity in Chinese and Korean discourses on the Wanbaoshan Incident (1931)
The pagan writes back: Hetero-religiosity, heterology, and heterogeneous space in four contemporary novels
Nation in the backyard: Yi Injik and the rise of Korean new fiction, 1906--1913
Warring States "echoes" of the past
Forbidden enlightenment: Self-articulation and self-accusation in the works of Yu Dafu (1896--1945)
The "Svasthani Vrata Katha" tradition: Translating self, place, and identity in Hindu Nepal
Arts of engagement: Art and social movements in Japan's early postwar
From newspaper sketch to "novel": The writing and reception of "Fasana-e Azad" in North India, 1878--1880
The concept of friendship and the culture of hospitality: The encounter between the Jesuits and late Ming China
The advent of readers: The project(ion) of memory and the semiotics of everyday life in Japanese personal historiography
A revolutionary women's culture: Rewriting femininity and women's experience in China, 1926--1949
Magazines and the collective rise of literary writers in Korea, 1919--1927
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