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.
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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 […]