[Blueboard] Kritika Kultura Launches Issue 28
Department of English [LS]
english.soh at ateneo.edu
Thu May 4 14:12:53 +08 2017
Kritika Kultura, the international refereed journal of language, literary,
and cultural studies of the Department of English, Ateneo de Manila
University, is launching its 28th issue on May 9, 2017, 5:00 p.m. to 6:30
p.m., at CTC 413, Ateneo de Manila University.
KK 27 features essays by Conchitina Cruz on the institutionalized creative
writing in the Philippines; and Ekaterina Baklanova on Tagalog/Filipino
The Forum Kritika on “Hallyu In and For Asia” is guest edited by Ju-yong
Ha. The section features an introduction to the essays by Ha. Essays in the
forum are: Mary Jane Ainslie, Sarah Domingo Lipura and Joanne Lim’s take on
the potential for a Hallyu “backlash” in Southeast Asia; Taeyun Yu on the
Matrix of S&M in Korean Cinema; Joel David on the Korean War Film; and
Maria Luisa Torres Reyes on the Coming of Age between Han and Sana.
The Forum Kritika on Textual Mobilities is guest edited by Maria Luisa
Torres Reyes. The section features an introduction by Torres Reyes. Essays
in the forum are: Dae-geun Lim and Donghyun Kim’s re-reading of Yu Da-fu’s
novels; Inseop Shin’s reading of the novel “A Ceratin Woman” by Takeo
Arishima; Jooyoung Kim’s reading of Sa-ryang Kim’s “Into the Light,” and
Ma. Socorro Perez’s discussion of the Ilocano-Hawaiian diasporic identity.
The Monograph Section features Neslie Carol Tan’s reading of Gourlay’s
children fiction books.
The Short Takes section, a suite of curated reviews on a single work (book,
performance, film, or exhibit) considers the state of Philippine National
Cinema. The section includes articles by Nadin Mai and Jasmine Agnes Cruz.
The Literary Section features authors whose works open new possibilities in
literary form and approach. The authors in the literary section are Paulo
Tiausas, István Kémeny (translated by Gábor Mezei and István Kémeny),
Noelle Leslie dela Cruz, Karlo Antonio Galay David, John Revo Ocampo,
Junley Lazaga and Shane Carreon.
A simple reception follows the launch.
Kritika Kultura is indexed in Thomson Reuters (formerly ISI), SCOPUS,
EBSCO, DOAJ, and a host of other important indexes and databases. Kritika
Kultura can be accessed at http://journals.ateneo.edu/ojs/kk/
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