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Anthology: Techno-Orientalism: Imagining Asia in Speculative Fiction, History, and Media

Editors (alphabetically listed): Betsy Huang  |  Greta A. Niu  |  David S. Roh

Language: English

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Techno-Orientalism: Imagining Asia in Speculative Fiction, History,

and Media

David S. Roh, Betsy Huang, Greta A. Niu, eds

2015

<  April 2015, 1st edition

Rutgers University Press

ISBN 978-0-8135-7064-8

Hardcover, 264 pages

$90.00

Notes:

Essays: David S. Roh, Betsy Huang, Greta A. Niu, Technologizing Orientalism  //  Kenneth Hough, Demon Courage

and Dread Engines  //  Jason Crum, "Out of the Glamorous, Mystic East"  //  Victor Bascara, Looking Backward, from

2019 to 1882  //  Warren Liu, Queer Excavations  //  Seo-Young Chu, Stereotype  //  Abigail De Kosnik, The Mask of

Fu Manchu, Son of Sinbad, and Star Wars IV: A New Hope  //  Jinny Huh, Racial Speculations  //  Steve Choe, Se

Young Kim, Never Stop Playing  //  Dylan Yeats, "Home Is Where the War Is"  //  Julie Ha Tran, Thinking about

Bodies, Souls, and Race in Gibson's Bridge Trilogy  //  Kathryn Allan, Reimagining Asian Women in Feminist Post-

­Cyberpunk Science Fiction  //  Aimee Bahng, The Cruel Optimism of Asian Futurity and the Reparative Practices of

Sonny Liew's Malinky Robot  //  Douglas Ishii, Palimpsestic Orientalisms and Antiblackness  //  Catherine Fung,

Tzarina T. Prater, "How Does It Not Know What It Is?"  //  Charles Park, A Poor Man from a Poor Country  //  David S.

Roh, Betsy Huang, Greta A. Niu, Desiring Machines, Repellant Subjects

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