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Contributors positions positions 23:2 May 2015 Bing, and Fang Lu, and curators such as Maya Kóvskaya and Lina Vincent. He teaches English and Spanish language and literature in Beijing. His research interests include postcoloniality, globalization, transnationalism, digital humanities, Spanish American literature, and contemporary art. Peter Tillack has a PhD in East Asian languages and literatures from the University of Oregon with a focus on modern Japanese literature. He is assistant professor of Japanese in the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures at Montana State University. He has taught as a visiting assistant professor at Loyola University, New Orleans, and then as a professor of practice at Tulane University. His research focuses on the literature of Japanese suburbia, and he is currently translating works of fiction by Kuroi Senji. Vladimir Tikhonov (Korean name: Pak Noja) was born in Leningrad (currently St. Petersburg) and educated at the St. Petersburg State University (MA, 1994) and Moscow State University (PhD in ancient Korean history, 1996). He is a professor at the Oslo University in Norway (Department of Culture Studies and Oriental Languages, Faculty of Humanities). A specialist in the history of ideas in early modern Korea, he is the author of Usung yolp'ae http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png positions asia critique Duke University Press

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positions asia critique , Volume 23 (2) – May 1, 2015

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Duke University Press
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positions positions 23:2 May 2015 Bing, and Fang Lu, and curators such as Maya Kóvskaya and Lina Vincent. He teaches English and Spanish language and literature in Beijing. His research interests include postcoloniality, globalization, transnationalism, digital humanities, Spanish American literature, and contemporary art. Peter Tillack has a PhD in East Asian languages and literatures from the University of Oregon with a focus on modern Japanese literature. He is assistant professor of Japanese in the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures at Montana State University. He has taught as a visiting assistant professor at Loyola University, New Orleans, and then as a professor of practice at Tulane University. His research focuses on the literature of Japanese suburbia, and he is currently translating works of fiction by Kuroi Senji. Vladimir Tikhonov (Korean name: Pak Noja) was born in Leningrad (currently St. Petersburg) and educated at the St. Petersburg State University (MA, 1994) and Moscow State University (PhD in ancient Korean history, 1996). He is a professor at the Oslo University in Norway (Department of Culture Studies and Oriental Languages, Faculty of Humanities). A specialist in the history of ideas in early modern Korea, he is the author of Usung yolp'ae

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Published: May 1, 2015

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