The September issue of Chung Wai Literary Quarterly–Medical Humanities in the New Millennium: Special Issue for the 41st National Conference on Comparative Literature–has been released.

2020-09-29

The September issue of Chung Wai Literary Quarterly--Medical Humanities in the New Millennium: Special Issue for the 41st National Conference on Comparative Literature--has been released.

Contents

 

■ Medical Humanities in the New Millennium: Special Issue for the 41st National Conference on Comparative Literature

Guest Editors: Chung-Hao Ku and Hsin-yu Hu

 

Introduction: Medical Humanities in the New Millennium
Chung-Hao Ku and Hsin-yu Hu

An Alternative Community of Crip Attachments: Crip/Queer Collectivities and Ablenationalism in Samuel R. Delany’s Times Square Red, Times Square Blue
Jen-yi Hsu

Medicine and Health in Michel Foucault’s Thoughts on the Relationships between Power and Life
Julian Chih-Wei Yang

Laughter as Therapy: The Animal Economy and the Social Body of Humor
Chi-Fang Chen

Disease and Medicine in Contemporary Chinese Science Fiction
Xuying Yu

 

■ General Topics

Technical Aesthetics in Virginia Woolf’s Between the Acts
Chia-Chen Kuo

Walter Scott’s Guy Mannering and the Highland Clearances: From the Suffering of the Gypsies to the Elegy of the Scottish Highlanders
Kang-yen Chiu

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