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Moving Worlds: Sales for Students/Unwaged

20th Anniversary Back Catalogue

Clearance Bundle – Back Catalogue (Students, Retired/Unwaged)

£150.00

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Get the entire Moving Worlds back catalogue of 40 issues featuring the Postcolonial Cities series; African Arts; Environment and Catastrophe; Imagining Asia; Women Write Now; Translations; Locating the Caribbean; Performing Arts and South Asian Literature; Literature, Medicine, Health; and more. That is only £3.75 per issue!
An essential resource for anyone interested in transcultural writing, postcolonial studies, and world literature.
See our archive for the full range of issues: http://www.movingworlds.net/archive/

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Poster 2020

Clearance Bundle – 4 issues (Students/Unwaged)

£20.00

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Design your own Moving Worlds bundle - four issues for £20.That is only £5 per issue!
Place your order and the Editorial team will email you an order form to finalise your selection.
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Poster 2020

Clearance Bundle – 2 issues (Students/Unwaged)

£10.00

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Design your own Moving Worlds bundle - two issues for £10. That is only £5 per issue!
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Journal 20.2

Moving Worlds Issue 20.2 Postcolonial Futures - Students/Unwaged

£8.00

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ARTICLES
ROBERT J.C. YOUNG, Race Against Time
HENGHAMEH SAROUKHANI, Empire, Race, and the Autotheoretical Impulse
ISABEL CARRERA-SUÁREZ & EMILIA MARÍA DURÁN-ALMARZA, Feminist Epistemologies from the South: Latin American Activisms and Decolonial Futures
LIM KAI TJOON, Queering Death: Resistance and Futurity in Arundhati Roy’s The Ministry of Utmost Happiness
ANGELIA POON, A Postcolonial Future in Transnationalism and Regionalism: Southeast Asian Literature in English
MATTHEW WHITTLE, Hostile Environments, Climate Justice, and the Politics of the Lifeboat
NICOLE ONG, Reshaping Narratives of Recovery in Sonali Deraniyagala’s Wave
DOMINIC DAVIES, Against the System: Postcolonialism, Humanism, and the Humanities
JASON ENG HUN LEE, The Future of Postcolonial Studies in Hong Kong?
ERROL LLOYD, Aubrey Williams: Hearing Light, Tasting Sound

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Journal 20.1

Moving Worlds Issue 20.1 Translations - Students/Unwaged

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ARTICLES
SUSAN BASSNETT, Moving with the Barbarians: A Tale of Textual Transmission
MABEL LEE, On Translation and Gao Xingjian’s Novel Soul Mountain
IAN FAIRLEY, Standing in Bremen: Paul Celan’s Bremer Ansprache and the Translation of Geschehen
ANNA GUNIN, On Translating Stories of Memory and Trauma
JANE PLASTOW & MATTHEW ELLIOTT, Translating ‘good’ Pregnancy in Rural Nyanza, Kenya

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Moving Worlds: One year subscription - students/unwaged - 2020

£14.00

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2020 subscription to 'Moving Worlds: A Journal of Transcultural Writing'. Volume 20 includes two issues 20.1 'Translations' and 20.2 'Postcolonial Futures'


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Journal 19.2

Moving Worlds: Issue 19.2 Literature, Medicine, Health - Students/Unwaged

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ARTICLES
GRAHAM MATTHEWS, Cancer Narratives in Singapore: Uncertainty and Risk in the Medical Encounter
AMY RUSHTON, On the Back of a Hyena: Depression and the (Post-)Colonial Context in Tsitsi Dangarembga’s This Mournable Body
FRANCES HEMSLEY, Epidemic narratives of the Rwandan genocide: Health, memory, and testimony in Marie Béatrice Umutesi’s Surviving the Slaughter: The Ordeal of a Rwandan Refugee in Zaire
EMILY KATE TIMMS, ‘Everything is a Search for Light’: Indigenous Ageing and the Future of Intergenerational Wellbeing in Patricia Grace’s Chappy
MICHELLE CHIANG, What Can We Learn from Stories of the Dying?: Narrative Extensions and the Absurdity of Being ‘Terminal’
CLARE BARKER, Biocolonial Fictions: Medical Ethics and New Extinction Discourse in Contemporary Biopiracy Narratives
KATHERINE STORM HINDLEY, Hippocrates the Fool: Faith and Healing in Lovelich’s History of the Holy Grail
VERONICA BARNSLEY, Midwives and Witches: Reproductive Health, Rights, and Development in Amma Darko’s The Housemaid
MICHELLE KEOWN, ‘Give birth to nightmares’: The Marshallese Nuclear Legacy and Women’s Health in Kathy Jetñil-Kijiner’s ‘Monster’

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Journal 19.1

Moving Worlds: Issue 19.1 Comics Fiction - Students

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ARTICLES
IWAN GUNAWAN, Indonesian Comic Strips: Localities in a Global Medium
NICOLAS VERSTAPPEN, When Popeye and Mickey Mouse became Siamese: The Birth of Thai Comics Art and its Early Borrowings
CHONG LINGYING, My Mother, the Comic Book Publisher
EMMA HAYLEY , ‘Comic Books aren’t just about latex-clad Superheroes’: Indie Publisher Emma Hayley Reflects on her Company, SelfMadeHero
MONICA CHIU, Inter-visuality in Kawaguchi’s Manga, Eagle: The Making of an Asian-American President, and its Translation into an American Series
WEIHSIN GUI, Braiding Stories and Affordances in the Graphic Novels of Sonny Liew and Koh Hong Teng

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Journal 18.2

Moving Worlds Issue 18.2 Postcolonial Cities: Southeast Asia - Students

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ARTICLES
FARISH A. NOOR, The Rise and Decline of Banten: The Politics of Colonial Neglect
NAZRY BAHRAWI, Mecca of Myths: Melaka in Two Hikayats
MALCOLM JACK, Yangon: Its Forgotten Past
MERLINDA BOBIS, Locating Legazpi: Herstory
SAMARA CAHILL, Moon Tiger of Amoy Street
BOEY KIM CHENG, The Realm of Paradise
YONG SHU HOONG, The Sarang in my Mind
SUCHEN CHRISTINE LIM, Hanoi: City of Memory, Experience, and Poetry
NG YI-SHENG, Jogging the Memory: A Singapore Writer in Yogyakarta

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Journal 18.1

Moving Worlds Issue 18.1 Women Write Now - Students

£8.00

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ARTICLES
JOHN McLEOD, ‘Spilled like water’: Imagining Family Relations in the Poetry of Jackie Kay
RYAN TOPPER, Intersubjective Movement, Transsubjective Life: The Opening Vignette of Yvonne Vera’s The Stone Virgins
SARAH JANE SCAIFE, Celebrating the Female Voice in Twentieth-century Irish Theatre: Mary Manning and Marina Carr
GERALD DAWE, Basho, the River Moy, and the Superser
EMMA PARKER, Penelope Lively’s Speculative Life Writing: A Discussion of Making It Up and Ammonites and Leaping Fish
LUCY ARNOLD, ‘The Heart Fails Without Warning’: Precarious Bodies in Hilary Mantel’s Short Fiction
ALEX TICKELL, Writing in the Necropolis: Arundhati Roy’s The Ministry of Utmost Happiness
DEIRDRE FLYNN, Motherhood, Marriage, and Daughters in Anne Enright’s The Green Road

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Journal 17.2

Moving Worlds Issue 17.2 Anita Desai: Reflections - Students

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ARTICLES

NIGEL P. TAYLOR, Gardens and Empire: The Singapore Botanic Gardens as an example

STEPHEN BENDING, Pleasure Gardens and the Problems of Pleasure in Eighteenth-Century England

CHANDRAVA CHAKRAVARTY, Babu Culture: The Garden and Garden House in Colonial Bengal

ELIZABETH COOK, ‘The world’s worst gardener since Cain’: The Poet as Horticulturist

LIM LEE CHING, A Mightier Silence: The Garden and Natural Morality in the Poetry of Tomas Tranströmer

ANGELA FRATTAROLA, Community Gardens or Affordable Housing: A False Dichotomy Grows in the Lower East Side

OLIVIA DJAWOTO, Magic in the Manufactured: Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens

MAX FARRAR, A Memorial Garden for David Oluwale

LINDA FRANCE, The Oldest Botanic Garden in the World: Padua

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Journal 17.1

Moving Worlds Issue 17.1 - World Gardens and Gardens in the World

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ARTICLES

NIGEL P. TAYLOR, Gardens and Empire: The Singapore Botanic Gardens as an example

STEPHEN BENDING, Pleasure Gardens and the Problems of Pleasure in Eighteenth-Century England

CHANDRAVA CHAKRAVARTY, Babu Culture: The Garden and Garden House in Colonial Bengal

ELIZABETH COOK, ‘The world’s worst gardener since Cain’: The Poet as Horticulturist

LIM LEE CHING, A Mightier Silence: The Garden and Natural Morality in the Poetry of Tomas Tranströmer

ANGELA FRATTAROLA, Community Gardens or Affordable Housing: A False Dichotomy Grows in the Lower East Side

OLIVIA DJAWOTO, Magic in the Manufactured: Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens

MAX FARRAR, A Memorial Garden for David Oluwale

LINDA FRANCE, The Oldest Botanic Garden in the World: Padua

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Moving Worlds Issue 3.2 'Masquerade' Student/Unwaged

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Issue 3.2 of 'Moving Worlds: A Journal in Transcultural Writing', edited by Shirley Chew

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Moving Worlds Issue 5.1 'Postcolonial Cities: Africa' Student/Unwaged

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Issue 5.1 of 'Moving Worlds: A Journal of Transcultural Writing' edited by Shirley Chew and David Richards


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Moving Worlds Issue 5.2 ' Performing Arts and South Asian Literature' Student/Unwaged

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Issue 5.2 of ' Moving Worlds: A Journal of Transcultural Writing', edited by Shirley Chew


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Moving Worlds Issue 6.1 'Telling Lives, Telling Stories' Student/Unwaged

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Issue 6.1 of ' Moving Worlds: A Journal of Transcultural Writing', edited by Shirley Chew


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Moving Worlds Issue 6.2 ' Food, Culture, Community' Student/Unwaged

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Issue 6.2 of 'Moving Worlds: A Journal of Tanscultural Writing', edited by Lynette Hunter


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Moving Worlds Issue 7.1 'Familial and Other Conversations: Caryl Phillips' Student/Unwaged

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Issue 7.1 of Volume 10 of 'Moving Worlds: A Journal of Transcultural Writing', edited by Benedicte Ledent
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Moving Worlds: Issue 7.2 'Freedom and Culture' Student/Unwaged

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Issue 7.2 of 'Moving Worlds: A Journal of Transcultural Writing' edited by Shirley Chew

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Moving Worlds Issue 8.1 ' Pillars of Light' Student/Unwaged

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Issue 8.1 of Volume 10 of 'Moving Worlds: A Journal of Transcultural Writing', edited by Shirley Chew

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Moving Worlds Issue 8.2 ' New New Zealand' Student/Unwaged

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Issue 8.2 of Volume 10 of 'Moving Worlds: A Journal of Transcultural Writing', edited by Stuart Murray and Mark Williams

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Moving Worlds Issue 9.1 'Chotro: Adivasi Voices and Stories' Student/Unwaged

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Issue 9.1 of Volume 10 of 'Moving Worlds: A Journal of Transcultural Writing', edited by Shirley Chew

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Moving Worlds Issue 9.2 ' Region, Writing, Home' Student/Unwaged

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Issue 9.2 of Volume 10 of 'Moving Worlds: A Journal of Transcultural Writing', edited by Corinne Fowler and Graham Mort

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Moving Worlds Issue 10.1 'Reviewing Singapore' Student/Unwaged

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Issue 10.1 of'Moving Worlds: A Journal of Transcultural Writing', edited by Koh Tai Ann

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Moving Worlds Issue 10.2 'Michael Ondaatje: Critical Perspectives' Student/Unwaged

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Issue 10.2 of 'Moving Worlds: A Journal of Transcultural Writing', edited by Shirley Chew

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Moving World Volume 10 Supplement '10 Years Forward' Student/Unwaged

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A Supplement for Volume 10 of 'Moving Worlds: A Journal of Transcultural Writing', edited by Shirley Chew

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Moving Worlds Issue 11:1 Locating the Caribbean: 1962-2011

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Issue 11.1 of Moving Worlds: A Journal of Transcultural Writing, edited by Shirley Chew.

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Moving Worlds Issue 11.2 'Postcolonial Europe'

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Issue 11.2 of Moving Worlds: A Journal of Transcultural Writing, edited by Graham Huggan

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Moving Worlds Issue 12.1 (Con)figuring Sport

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Issue 12.1 explores the ways in which sporting endeavours offer writers and artists an opportunity to reflect upon the conflicts, tensions and cultural transformations which sport configures.
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Moving Worlds: A Journal of Transcultural Writing, Issue 12.2 Asylum Accounts

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Via critical and creative writing from the UK, Europe, and Australia, and including the work of asylum seekers and refugees, issue 12.2 asks how postcolonial studies can engage with the particular kinds of narrative, disciplinary, and territorial crossings involved in claiming asylum.

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Moving Worlds Issue 13.1 'Crime across Cultures'

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This issue of Moving Worlds seeks to examine how discourses of crime and criminality are produced in a global context that extends well beyond the cloisters of Orwell’s English middle class. We ask how writers and cultural practitioners from around the world have diversified the crime writing genre, moving beyond the detective novel in order to experiment with a variety of media including short fiction, television, performance, visual art and graffiti.

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Moving Worlds Issue 13.2 'Postcolonial Cities South Asia'

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ARTICLES
MADHUSREE DUTTA, Ghosts and Citizens: Invocations of Mumbai
G.N. DEVY, Baroda: What a City!
RASHMI VARMA, Fast-forward-backwardness: An essay on Patna
MUNEEZA SHAMSIE, When We Were Young: Karachi, 1963-1971
M.G. VASSANJI, A Letter from Nowhere
NEELAM SRIVASTAVA, Riots and Realism: The Secularization of Urban Space in Fiction by Rudyard Kipling and Vikram Seth
ALEX PADAMSEE, ‘The melting point of granite’: Nationalist Tourism and the Reconstruction of Colonial Delhi
AVIJIT GUPTA & RIDDHI SANKAR RAY, The River and the City: The Ganga at Kolkata
RITUPARNA ROY, Postcolonial Cities across Borders: Calcutta and Dhaka in Sunil Ganguli’s Purba-Paschim ANDREW HARRIS, Mumbai’s Underworld: Life beneath Transport Infrastructure
ANANYA JAHANARA KABIR, Hips don’t lie: Salsa and New Cosmopolitanisms in the Indian City
GITHA HARIHARAN, Making the City Hers

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Moving Worlds Issue 14.1 'African Arts: Contemporary Forms'

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ARTICLES

CHRISTINA S. MCMAHON, Of Gender, Governance, and Goats: Locating
Mário Lúcio Sousa’s Unorthodox Drama in Cape Verdean Culture
CHUKWUMA OKOYE, ‘Contemporary Dance, not African Dance’:
The Question of a Contemporary Nigerian Dance
NGUGI WA THIONG’O, The Language of Scholarship in Africa
BRENDON NICHOLLS, History, Intertextuality, and Gender in
Ngugi wa Thiong’o’s Petals of Blood
JANE PLASTOW, Interrogations of Law and State Legitimacy in the Theatre
and Life of Ngu˜gi˜ wa Thiong’o
SUSAN NALUGWA KIGULI, Divine Inspiration and Healing:
Oral Poetry and Music in Uganda and South Africa
ANDREA GRANT, ‘Bye-bye Nyakatsi’:
Life through Song in Post-Genocide Rwanda

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Moving Worlds Issue 14.2 'Catastrophe and Environment'

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ARTICLES
ANTHONY CARRIGAN, Introduction: Representing Catastrophe 3

SHARAE DECKARD, ‘Calligraphy of the Wave’: Disaster Representation
and the Indian Ocean Tsunami 25

LIESBETH OUWEHAND, Disastrous Encounters: Photographic Representations
of Catastrophe in the Dutch East Indies 46

MARK D. ANDERSON, Invoking the Evident: Self-Globalization and the
Irrefutability of the Modern Image in Trujillo’s Disaster Diplomacy 61

ALAN RAMÓNWARD, Disaster as Event: Yvonne Weekes’s Volcano 84

KASIA MIKA, Recovery Foreclosed: History, Landscape, and Personal
Intervention in Sandra Marquez Stathis’s Rubble:
The Search for a Haitian Boy 93

MICHAEL NIBLETT, Time and Tidalectics Wait for No Nam:
Catastrophe and Creativity in the Work of Kamau Brathwaite 108

ILAN KELMAN, Climate Change and Other Catastrophes:
Lessons from Island Vulnerability and Resilience 127

COVER IMAGE, Frantz Zephirin, ‘We Need Help’ (2010) 141

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Moving Worlds Issue 15.1 'Translating Southeast Asia'

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ARTICLES

JEAN TAY, Reclaiming the Islands

LUCY DAVIS, Multiple Arborealities: Tracing Tales of Teak

T.K. SABAPATHY, The Secret and the Sacred: Pictures by Sulaiman Esa

CHARLENE RAJENDRAN, ‘Tensions and Contradictions’: Krishen Jit and Contemporary Southeast Asian Theatre

MERLINDA BOBIS, JENNIFER CRAWFORD, LUCY NEAVE AND DINAH ROMA Imagine Water: An Archipelago of Mini-Essays on Water as Geography, Resource and Metaphor


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Moving Worlds Issue 15.2 'The Postcolonial Arctic'

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ARTICLES

KARI HERBERT, The Explorer’s Daughter: Return to the Arctic 8

TONE HUSE & CARSTEN ANIKSDAL, Architectural Imprints of Colonialism in the Arctic 19

JOHANNE M. BRUUN, Colonization and Calculation:
Framing Arctic Geopolitics 27

TERO MUSTONEN, Reindeer Nomads: the Evenk of the Siberian Taiga 44

CITTWILLIAMS, Arctic Peoples and the Emerging Digital Environmental Governance Regime 51

MARIONNE CRONIN, Dog Sleds, Parkas and Airplanes:
Material Histories of Polar Exploration 70

KJERSTIN UHRE, Sápmi and the Fennoscandian Shield:
On and Off the Map 81

MICHAEL BRAVO, The Postcolonial Arctic 93

COVER IMAGE, Marja Helander, ‘Mount Palopää’ 111


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Moving Worlds Issue 16.1 'Easter Rising - Centenary Essays 1916-2016'

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ARTICLES

EUGENE O’BRIEN, Re-membering the Rising: A Theoretical Reading of the Politics of Memory

RICHARD BARLOW, Silent Exile? James Joyce and the Easter Rising

DENIS CONDON, ‘Pictures in Abeyance’: Irish Cinema and the Aftermath of the 1916 Easter Rising

BOEY KIM CHENG, ‘All changed, changed utterly’: ‘Easter, 1916’ and Yeats’ Poetry of Change

EDWARD LARRISSY, Beyond Argument: The Thinking of ‘Easter, 1916’

DECLAN KIBERD, Myths Surrounding Easter 1916 and the First World War Seem Identical By Now

DEREK HAND, ‘Phantasmagorical realities’: Easter 1916 and the Extraordinary Self in Three Novelistic Responses to the Rising by Eimear O’Duffy, Iris Murdoch, and Roddy Doyle

HEIDI HANSSON, The Rising as Romance: O’Reilly of the Glen by N.M. Chastel de Boinville

RONALD SCHLEIFER & GEORGE CUSACK, The Easter Rising and the Lower Middle Class

Cover Image, Jack B. Yeats, ‘The Double Jockey Act’ 1916

DRAMA

DEIRDRE KINAHAN, An excerpt from Wild Sky

REVIEWS
BY ALISTAIR STEAD, DIETER REINISCH

NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS

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Moving Worlds Issue 16.2 'Imagining Asia'

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ARTICLES

FRANCES WOOD, China but also Cathay: Imagined and Explored by Western Writers from the Fifteenth to the Twentieth Century

SAMARA CAHILL, Fancy That: Butterflies, Gardens, ‘Japan China’, and the Perfect Gentleman in Sir Charles Grandison

SEAN GOLDEN, W.B. Yeats: From Sligo to Noh via Ernest Fenollosa

SARAH DODD, The Real and the Unreal in Contemporary Chinese Short Fiction

KEI KOGA, The Rise of Asia, Power Shifts, and Strategic Rivalries

GITHA HARIHARAN, Retelling Asias

GAIL JONES, ‘I am Chinese’: Of Bodies and Walls, Of Boundaries and their Dissolution

BOEY KIM CHENG, ‘Not the End of the World’: U Win Pe


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