JuEunhae Knox is a PhD candidate at the University of Glasgow, whose pending thesis pioneers a comparison of digital and traditional poetry in light of New Labour capitalism and consumerism. She is currently co-organising the first academic Instapoetry collection, along with a special issue with EJES on cross-cultural and linguistic distinctions of global Instapoetry.

Panel Review: ‘Recent Work in Asian American Studies’

Chaired by Eithne Quinn, the roundtable ‘Recent Work in Asian American Studies’ was a critical component of the larger British Association for American Studies (BAAS) conference. Deeper discussion of marginalised texts and authors is always pertinent, and this certainly includes the entire “body” of Asian American literature with its many… Continue reading