IQAS 51: 1-2 | Urban Poetics & Politics in Asia, Part II

Erscheinungsjahr: 
2020
Heft: 
Spring
Serien Nr: 
Vol 51, 1-2

Nine of ten of the world's largest megacities are located in Asia. Reason enough for the team of guest editors Patrick Heinrich, Francesca Tarocco and Daniele Brombal to look at urbanisation in Asia from different perspectives. The result is a wealth of exciting articles from a wide range of disciplines, from theoretical and methodological questions to ethnological case studies and literary contributions. Together they form a multi-layered picture of Asia's major cities. The special edition is published in two volumes under the title "Urban Poetics and Politics in Asia". Please find the first volume here.

 

Ausgewählte Texte

Strangers in a Familiar City: Picun Migrant-worker Poets in the Urban Space of Beijing
Federico Picerni

Smart Energy for the World: The Rise of a Technonationalist Discourse in Japan in the Late 2000s
Marco Zappa

Unpacking Cultural Heritage in Mongolia: The Image of the Mongolian Yurt (ger)
Ganchimeg Altangerel

 

Full Issue

Further issues in this series

| 2019

"Urban Poetics and Politics in Asia" is the title of the recently published issue of the International Quarterly for Asian Studies, edited by Claudia Derichs, Jörn Dosch, Conrad Schetter, Uwe Skoda.

| 2019

"Violence, Mobility and Labour Relations in Asia" is the title of the recently published issue of the International Quarterly for Asian Studies, edited by Claudia Derichs, Jörn Dosch, Conrad Schetter, Uwe Skoda.