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Asian Canadian Writing Beyond Autoethnography

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Asian Canadian Writing Beyond Autoethnography explores some of the latest developments in the literary and cultural practices of Canadians of Asian heritage. While earlier work by ethnic, multicultural, or minority writers in Canada was often concerned with immigration, the moment of arrival, issues of assimilation, and conflicts between generations, literary and cultural production in the new millennium no longer focuses solely on the conflict between the Old World and the New or the clashes between culture of origin and adopted culture. No longer are minority authors identifying simply with their ethnic or racial cultural background in opposition to dominant culture. The essays in this collection explore ways in which Asian Canadian authors (such as Larissa Lai, Shani Mootoo, Fred Wah, Hiromi Goto, Suniti Namjoshi, and Ying Chen) and artists (such as Ken Lum, Paul Wong, and Laiwan) have gone beyond what Francoise Lionnet calls autoethnography, or ethnographic autobiography. They demonstrate the ways representations of race and ethnicity, particularly in works by Asian Canadians in the last decade, have changedhave become more playful, untraditional, aesthetically and ideologically transgressive, and exciting.

Author Biography

Eleanor Ty is a professor of English at Wilfrid Laurier University. She has published on contemporary ethnic texts, and on 18th-century British women writers. She is the author of Unfastened: Globality and Asian North American Narratives (2010) and co-editor, with Christl Verduyn, of Asian Canadian Writing Beyond Autoethnography (WLU Press, 2008). Christl Verduyn is a professor of Canadian Studies and Womenas Studies at Trent University. Her books include Margaret Laurence : An Appreciation; Dear Marian, Dear Hugh: The MacLennan-Engel Correspondence; Lifelines: Marian Engelas Writings and Literary Pluralities . She received the Gabrielle Roy Book Prize for Lifelines .
Release date Australia
February 28th, 2008
Contributors
Edited by Christl Verduyn Edited by Eleanor Ty
Country of Publication
Canada
Imprint
Wilfrid Laurier University Press
Pages
342
Dimensions
152x228x23
ISBN-13
9781554580231
Product ID
2358051

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