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Critique and Cosmos: After Masao Miyoshi

boundary 2 is a Duke University Press Journal.

Harry Harootunian / As We Saw Him: Masao Miyoshi and the Vocation of Critical Struggle

Stefan Tanaka / Asia: A Fallacy of Misplaced Concreteness

Mary N. Layoun / “To Relearn the Sense of the World”: A Call to Arms

Reginald Jackson / Solidarity’s Indiscipline: Regarding Miyoshi’s Pedagogical Legacy

Chih-ming Wang / Transpacific Asymmetries: Masao Miyoshi and Asian American Studies

Keijiro Suga / Looking Back at the Phenomenocene: On the Road, Again, with Masao Miyoshi’s Photography

Arif Dirlik / Born in Translation: “China” in the Making of “Zhongguo”

Tsering Wangmo Dhompa / Dialectics of Sovereignty, Compromise, and Equality in the Discourse on the “Tibetan Question”

Christine L. Marran / The Planetary

Rob Wilson / Snowpiercer as Anthropoetics: Killer Capitalism, the Anthropocene, Korean-Global Film

George Solt / But Then, What Is Culture?