playing aborigine (1): awkward dancers and layered sovereignty

The past few days I’ve been cleaning up some files–as you’ve probably noted from the recycling of old poems and papers today (sorry!). But my writing has also turned to Continue Reading →

chiang gone, and confucius in the corner

the appearance of malikoda in public representations of taiwan resonates with a broader movement toward a multicultural public sphere. as i have noted elsewhere (see, for example hatfield 2008), democratization Continue Reading →