(re)Introducing Nergis Erturk, b2er

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Professor Nergis Erturk of Penn State (nue5@psu.edu) has joined the editorial collective of boundary 2. Professor Erturk will develop articles, reviews, and special issues in her areas of interest, namely, (post)colonial histories and theories of language and writing practices; Marxism, communism, and translation (including questions concerning Soviet Orientalisms, language politics of the Comintern, and literary communism); critical regionalism in west and central Asia; Turkey and contemporary cultures of resistance. With Özge Serin (Columbia, Anthropology), Nergis is currently editing a special issue on “Marxism, Communism, and Translation.”

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