Issue 42.1: Migrants and Their Memories is in press!

Issue 42.1 is in press and will be available in print and on Project Muse very soon.

The contents are as follows:

Special Issue

Migrants and Their Memories
Guest Editors: Tee Kim-Tong & I-Chun Wang

The Ancient Future:
Diasporic Residency and Food-based Knowledges in the Work of American Indigenous and Pacific Austronesian Writers

Joni Adamson 5

“I See Myself Elsewhere”:
The Works of Marie Cardinal and Assia Djebar

Tzu-Shiow Chuang 18

Walking among Palm Trees: Beauty, Culture, Geography

Rudolphus Teeuwen 32

Mixed-race Migration and Adoption in Gish Jen’s The Love Wife

Jenny Wen-chuan Chu 45

The “I” in the Deconstruction of Frontiers through Memory: Postcolonial Diasporas

Benaouda Lebdai 57

Articulating the Exodus:
Place and Memory in Vietnamese-American Women Writers’ Novels

Yu-yen Liu 69

The Construction of a New Émigré Self in 20th-Century Russian Paris
in Short Stories by Nadezhda Teffi

Natalia Starostina 81

On the Migration of Pi:
Toward a Rhetoric of Identification

Jen-chieh Tsai 94

Colonial Memories: Anxieties, Environment, and Cultural Encounter in Paul Green’s
The Lost Colony

I-Chun Wang 107

Response

New Trees, New Medicines, New Wars: The Chickasaw Removal

Linda Hogan 121