Positions-Asia Critique

(The TQCC of Positions-Asia Critique is 0. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-08-01 to 2023-08-01.)
Chinese Uhuru16
Rethinking the Political Economy of Development in Mao's China9
“Isahama Women Farmers” against Enclosure8
The Cruel Optimism of Mobility6
Reading New Asian Tropicalities in Contemporary Singapore3
“I Want to Make Queer Films, But Not LGBT Films”3
Cold War Feminisms in East Asia3
Minor Events and Grand Dreams3
The Limits of Family: Military Law and Sex Panics in Contemporary South Korea3
Penan Storytelling as Indigenous Counter-Narrations of Malaysian Nation-State Developmentalism2
Telling Stories of Seas, Islands, and Ships2
Contemporary “Women’s Art in Hong Kong” Reframed2
From the Law of Value Debate to the One-Child Policy in China: On Accounting and Biopolitics2
Guest Editors’ Introduction: The Urban In-Between2
Will Marriage Rights Bring Family Equality? Law, Lesbian Co-Mothers, and Strategies of Recognition in Taiwan2
The Place-ness of the DMZ2
The Battle of Representations1
Critique of Archived Life: Toward a Hesitation of Sikh Immigrant Accumulation1
“Snail Households”: Containerization of Migrant Housing on Shanghai's Fringe1
Introduction: Thinking Comparison with the Politics of Storytelling1
The Gaze on the Threshold1
The Power of a Line1
Thinking Like a State: Policing Dangerous Thought in Imperial Japan, 1900–19451
Ideological Conversion: Mongolia's Transition from Socialism to Postsocialism1
Who Makes the City? Beijing's Urban Villages as Sites of Ideological Contestation1
Telling Times1
Guest Editors’ Introduction Children and Youth in Asian Migration1
National History and Generational Memory1
Photography and the Biopolitics of Fear1
Lesbian and Gay Parents, Heterosexual Kinship, and Queer Dreams: Making Families in Twenty-First Century Taiwan1
Off the Margins1
Not Entirely Married: Resisting the Hegemonic Patrilineal Family in Japan's Household Registry1
A Utopia of Self-Reliance1
Children's Bodies Are Not Capital: Arduous Cross-Border Mobilities between Shenzhen and Hong Kong1
Transperipheral Educational Mobility: Less Privileged South Korean Young Adults Pursuing English Language Study in a Peripheral City in the Philippines1
A Middle-Class Misidentification1
Japanese New Left's Political Theories of Subjectivity and Ōshima Nagisa's Practice of Cinema1
“When It's Dark in the East, It's Light in the West”: Lifelong Venturing and Accelerated Temporality in Beijing's Urban Villages1
Sounding the Ineffable: Third-Century Chinese Whistling as an Alternative Voice1
Geometries of Fractals and Power: Transnational Marriages, Translocal Marriages, and Asia's Global Ruralities0
Running and Reading Remnant Danwei Walls in China's Post-socialist City0
From Violated Girl to Revolutionary Woman0
Editor’s Introduction0
Racial Slurs and Whispers in Situated Testimonies of Dutch Imperial Fiction0
“I Can't Do Anything but Wait”: The Lived Experiences of Children of Transnational Migrants in Lombok, Indonesia0
Between Two Funerals: Zombie Temporality and Media Ecology in Japan0
You Forbid Me to Walk: Yokota Hiroshi's Disability Poetics0
Representing Radical Difference0
Children's Experience and Practice of Belonging: The Realities of Integration among De Facto Stateless Vietnamese Children in Cambodia0
The Audiovisual Turn of Recent Korean Documentary Cinema: The Time-Image, Place, and Landscape0
The What-Has-Been and the Now of a Communist Past in Malaya in the Films of Amir Muhammad0
The “Unlikely Writers” from Picun: Reinventing Literature and Politics at the Migrant Workers Home0
Racist Attachments: Dakko-chan, Black Kitsch, and Kawaii Culture0
The Advertising Museum in Seoul: Dream-Images and the Freedom to Advertise0
Semantics of Tea Drinking: Online Writing and the Shaping of Counter-public Spheres in Xi Jinping's China0
Editor's Introduction0
Broken Narratives, Multiple Truths0
How to Create a New Workers’ Culture Together: An Interview with Wang Dezhi0
Foundations of Theory in PRC History: Mass Communications Research, Political Culture, and the Values Paradigm0
From the First Thirty to the Next Thirty Years of positions: A Conversation between Editors0
The Making ofHomo Socialist: The Discursive Analysis of the Ideological Production of Class in China, 1949–19760
Forgotten Refugees and Erased “Multicultural” Subjects: The Vietnam War and South Korea's Subimperial Nation-Building0
Children and Law in the Shadows: Legal Ideologies and Personal Strategies in Response to Parental Abductions in Japan0
To Confront the Totality: A Critique of Empiricism in the Historiography of the People's Republic of China0
Working Worlds in Neoliberal Japan: Precarity, Imagination, and the “Other-World” Trope0
Camouflaged Histories0
Tu Er Dai Peasant Landlords and the Infrastructures of Accumulation in Guangzhou's Urban Villages0
Navigating the Ocean in the School0
Guest Editor's Introduction: Cultures of Labor and the Labor of Culture0
Beyond Bias: Critical Analysis and Layered Reading of Mao-Era Sources0
Editor’s Introduction0
Redrawing the Division Lines?0
Low-End Accumulation: Spatial Transformation and Social Stratification in a Beijing Urban Village0
The Dark Side of the Miracle: Spectacular and Precarious Accumulation in an Urban Village under Siege (A Photo Essay)0
Intersecting Labor in the Social Factory: Trajectory of a Migrant Woman in South China0
Shanzhai: Creative Imitation of China in Highland Myanmar0
Huang Wenshan and His Cosmopolitan Culturology0
Bounded Communities0
Editor's Introduction0
Deleuze and East Asia: Toward a Comparative Methodology of the Gap0
Cosmopolitanism from Below: Union Film's Adaptation of World Classics0
In the Haze0
Artists or Slave Laborers? Performing Uncapturability in Burkinabe Performers’ Labor Rights Struggle in South Korea0
Building a Global Feminist Alliance for Peace in East Asia0
Deportable to Nowhere: Stateless Children as Challenges to State Logics of Immigration Control0
Hope without a Future: Conflicts between Time and Place in Japan after 3/110
Tensile Strength0
The Promise of (Un)happiness: 34 Literature and Yi Si-u's Surrealist Poetics in Colonial Korea0
Familiar Strangers: North Koreans as “Dangerous Refugees” and the Crisis of Korean Chinese Community in Zhang Lu's Dooman River (2010)0
Barriers Faced by Returning Migrant Children in Vietnam: The Case of the Mekong Delta Region0
From Seoul to Paris0
Multiethnicity and Multilingualism in the Minor Literature of Manchukuo0
Literature, Powerlessness, and Modernity: A Reading of Takeuchi Yoshimi's “What Is Modernity?”0
Introduction: The Politics of (Maoist) History0
Productive Encounters: Kinship, Gender, and Family Laws in East Asia0
When Anne Frank Met Astro Boy0
Village Lunatics0
The “Modern Girl” Is a Communist0
Archaeology of the Eyeball: Lu Xun, Eye-Gouging Myth, and Ocular Anatomy0
Translational Nation: Politics and Re-presentation at the Independence Hall of Korea0
Foreign Bodies: Horror and Intimacy in Singapore's Migrant Labor Regimes0
From Immigrants to Refugees: Relocating Strangers in Two Plays about North Korean Defectors0
Breaking with the Family Form: Historical Categories, Social Reproduction, and Everyday Life in Late 1950s Rural China0
Literature by Other Mediums: Revisiting Lu Xun's Preface to Outcry0
Wrapped Body and Masked Face0
“Love Your Films and Love Your Life”0
Metropolis Ecologies0
Made in Others’ Wor(l)ds: Personhood and the Angloscene in Afro-Chinese Beijing0
Artist Feature0
Editor's Introduction0
Reforming Bodies and Minds0
Humanism and the Hikari Event0
Parental Rights and the Temporality of Attachment: Law, Kinship, and Child Welfare in Japan0
Afterword: Conversing with the Good Left about PRC History0
Daizō Sakurai's Trans-Asian Tent Theater, Picun, and the Reenchantment of Urban Space0
In Search of Marble Monuments0
Brown Theory: A Storied Manifest of Our World0
Paris in Korean Cinema: Fraudulence and the Female Form in Hong Sang-soo's Night and Day and Kim Ki-duk's Wild Animals0
Crazy English: Nation Strengthening and the Changing Politics of Neoliberal Selfhood in Reform-Era China0
Editor's Introduction: Aesthetics of the Uncanny0
Gendered Globality as a Cold War Framework0
Epistemic Labor: Narratives of Hyper-Uncertainty and Future-Making on China's Urban Fringe0
“He Rests from His Labors”: Racialized Recreation and Missionary Science in Colonial Korea0
What Is Japanese Cinema?0
Archipelagic Optics in Wu Ming-Yi's The Man with the Compound Eyes0
Remade in China: Rule of Law, Democracy, and the Chinese 12 Angry Men0
Editor’s Introduction0
Calculating Needs and Prescribing Properties: Chaiqian and the Commensuration of Value at Nanjing's Urban Edge0
Entrepreneurs of the National Past: The Discourse of Ethnic Indigeneity and Indigenous Cultural Writing in China0
Women Artists in Twentieth-Century China0
Foreword: The Maoism of PRC History0
I and We in Picun: The Making of Chinese Poet Xiao Hai0
Between Plastic Surgery and the Photographic Representation: Ji Yeo Undoes the Elusive Narrative of Transformation0
Seeking Pleasure in Peril: Male Same-Sex Relations during the Cultural Revolution0
Native Soil of Postmemory and Affective Archives in Wu Ming-Yi'sThe Stolen Bicycle0
The Worker-Poet as the Ethnographic Partner: Documenting the Emotional Pain of Rural Migrant Women0
Adopting in the Shadows: False Registration as a Method of Adoption in Postcolonial South Korea0
Mental (2008): Sōda Kazuhiro’s Observational Cinema0
Cover Image Commentary—Shooting a Shot: The Decisive Moment of Abe Shinzo's and Asanuma Inejirō’s Assassinations on Camera0
Virus as Hermeneutic0
Cold War Shadows of Japan’s Imperial Legacies for Women in East Asia0
Long Live the Mass Line! Errant Cadres and Post-Disillusionment PRC History0
The Caribbean House of Mirrors0
The Fruits of Demolition: Generative Neglect in Zhengzhou's Urban Villages0
Musica Practica: The Sound of the Beijing New Worker Band0
PRC History in Crisis and Clover0
Body Art in China: Yang Zhichao's Diary from a Psychiatric Ward0
Pauses, Cuts, and Static Interference0
The Production of Everyday Space for Workers: The New Village Movement in China, 1919–19360
Defining a Female Subjectivity0
Editor's Introduction0
Java in Discord0
Literature as Medium: The Development and Cultural Space of New Worker Literature0
Flight from the Womb0
Village Songs and the Building of Community Culture: A Talk0