Diasporic Intimacies: Queer Filipinos and Canadian Imaginaries (2017)
Co-edited by Robert Diaz, Marissa Largo, and Fritz Pino.
This collection presents “a rich and under-studied archive of personal reflections, in-depth interviews, creative works, and scholarly essays that address the need for queer, transgressive, and utopian practices that render visible histories of migration, empire building, settler colonialism, and globalization.”
Transitive Cultures: Anglophone Literature of the Transpacific (2018)
By Chris Patterson
Considering how particular transpacific literatures resist the ideology of multiculturalism, Transitive Cultures considers how various writers enact a variety of hybrid, transnational identities and intimacies in Southeast Asia, Hawaii, Canada and the US mainland through the strategic use of English.
Beyond Canada 150: Asian Canadian Visual Cultures (2018)
Guest Editors: Glenn Deer, Christopher Lee, and Marissa Largo
A recent special issue of Asian Diasporic Visual Cultures and the Americas. Assembled in the wake of Canada 150, this special issue examines how diverse forms of Asian Canadian visual culture - including visual arts, film, photography, performance, and other visual modes - interrogate the ongoing effects of racialization, settler colonialism, and assimilation.