ICYMI: New & Notable Articles (26 Feb 2024)

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Each week, we collect the articles that we posted in the last week and put them all in one place, right here on the blog. So no worries if you missed an article we posted to Facebook, X/Twitter, Mastodon, Threads, Bluesky, Instagram and/or LinkedIn

Here they are, In Case You Missed It: 

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When the Shoe Doesn't Fit: Reading Cinderella as Colonial Children's Literature in the Philippines

Gabriela Lee

Children's Literature Association Quarterly
Volume 48, Number 2, Summer 2023

Explore how the “Cinderella” fairy tale was used as a colonial expansion tool, while simultaneously being adapted to suit a Philippine national identity

New from Gabriela Lee in Children's Literature Association Quarterly

Free on Project MUSE through 29 Feb 
 

 

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From the Archives: A Black History Month Reading List

We dove into the archives of Hopkins Press journals to put together a reading list looking at Black archives and history-making

Spanning many journals and touching on topics ranging from the Harlem Renaissance to the Black Arts Movement, read the list at our blog

 

 

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Emotional Resistance to Decolonial Efforts

Katrin Pahl

MLN
Volume 138, Number 3, April 2023

In MLN, Katrin Pahl asks, “What does it take for beneficiaries of racism to move away from emotional resistance to decolonial efforts?”

Free on Project MUSE through 29 Feb 
 

 

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Social Robots to Fend Off Loneliness?

Zohar Lederman, Md, Phd and Nancy S. Jecker, Ph.D.

Kennedy Institute of Ethics Journal
Volume 33, Number 3, September 2023

As social robots are increasingly deployed to address loneliness, some are pleased with results while others are left disturbed

A new Kennedy Institute of Ethics Journal study looks at the implications for public health and the aims of the companies creating these bots 

Free on Project MUSE through 29 Feb 
 

 

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The Power of the Dog: Whose Gaze? Reading Savage's Novel, Watching Campion's Film

David Willbern

American Imago
Volume 80, Number 4, Winter 2023

In American Imago, David Willbern compares and critiques The Power of the Dog in its novel form, and its cinematic treatment over 50 years later. Read free on Project MUSE thru Feb 29.

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Loyalty to Empire

Moon-Ho Jung

Journal of Asian American Studies
Volume 26, Number 1, February 2023

In Journal of Asian American Studies, Moon-Ho Jung considers a 2003 conversation between Arundhati Roy and Howard Zinn to reflect on a gulf in perceptions of U.S. history and empire, even among “progressive” historians

Free thru 8 Mar

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The Absence of Animals in Kafka's Fiction

Johan Adam Warodell

MLN
Volume 138, Number 3, April 2023

Famous as Kafka is for his insect metamorphosis story, he named only 50 species in his body of fiction — a much lower number than literary  peers like Woolf (300), Melville (350) or Nabokov (400)

Read Johan Adam Warodell’s account in MLN, free thru 29 Feb
 

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Emotions and a Genre of Jewish Politics: American Jewish Advocacy for Israeli-Palestinian Peace, 1967–1977

Geoffrey P. Levin

Journal of Jewish Identities
Issue 17, Number 1, January 2024

An entire "genre" of American Jewish political activism has emerged since 1967, advocating Israeli-Palestinian peace while staying within the bounds of the constructed American Jewish emotional community

Free to read in Journal of Jewish Identities thru 29 Feb

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Can Water Help Quench the Flames of Hostility?: How Shared Waters Can Promote Dialogue During Conflict

Alexandra Turgul, Zoe H. Rosenblum, Melissa McCracken, Susanne Schmeier, and Aaron T. Wolf

SAIS Review of International Affairs
Volume 43, Number 2, Summer-Fall 2023

Are there settings of existing or potential international conflict where shared water resources may induce dialogue? 
This provocative question is explored in a recent SAIS Review of International Affairs, free to read thru 29 Feb
 

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Protecting the Right to Have Rights: Defending the Enfranchisement of Refugees

Adelin-Costin Dumitru

Human Rights Quarterly
Volume 46, Number 1, February 2024

In Human Rights Quarterly, Adelin-Costin Dumitru considers the enfranchisement of refugees as a temporary measure of ensuring their freedoms in a world of controlled, closed borders

Free to read through 29 Feb

 

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