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Kritika Kultura

a refereed electronic journal
of literary/cultural and language studies

Call for Papers

Call for Submissions: Kritika Kultura Literary Section, Issue 27

Kritika Kultura is now accepting contributions to its literary section, for possible inclusion in its forthcoming installments, beginning with the 27th issue, which will be published in August 2016. Writers may submit any one of the following for consideration: 1.    Suite of 3 to 5 poems...

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Extended to June 30, 2015: Kritika Kultura Special Literary Section on the Contemporary Philippine Essay

Contributions are now welcome for a special literary section of Kritika Kultura, the international online journal of language, literary, and cultural studies published by the Department of English of the Ateneo de Manila University. This issue section is intended to be an anthology of the...

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Call For Papers for Forum Kritika: Strange Convergences: Intermediality in Southeast Asia

Submissions are welcome for an edition of Forum Kritika on intermediality in Southeast Asia. Theories about the interplay of different media, such as those of Marshall McLuhan and Henry Jenkins, conceive of it as a synthesis. This ‘hybridization’ or ‘convergence’ presupposes the orderly...

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PLURAL: Advocating Novelty and Diversity in Prose

Kritika Kultura, in cooperation with the Ateneo Fine Arts Program, the Ateneo Institute of Literary Arts and Practices (AILAP), and the Rizal Library, held the first installment of its reading series for school year 2015-2016 on Sept. 15, 2015 at the 4/F Rizal Library, Ateneo de Manila...

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Stephanie Faye Munyard: Translation as Communicating the Ineffable

The third installment of the Kritika Kultura Lecture Series for the first semester 2015-2016, featured Stephanie Faye Munyard, and was held last Sept. 14, 2015 at the Faber Hall Function Room, Ateneo de Manila University. The lecture was in cooperation with the AB Literature (English) Program,...

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Vicente L. Rafael: How Revolutionary was the Philippine Revolution?

[caption id="attachment_2265" align="alignleft" width="420"] Rafael: The Revolution "sought to consolidate, not level, hierarchy."[/caption] Last Sept. 9, 2015, Kritika Kultura, in partnership with the Department of History (AdMU) and the Rizal Library, hosted a lecture by Dr. Vicente Rafael....

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MLA Special Session on Philippine Studies

Philippine Studies: Transnationalism and Interdisciplinarity A Special Session on Philippine StudiesMLA Convention 2011, Los Angeles, CAThursday, 06 January 2011 Philippine Studies: Transnationalism and Interdisciplinarianity12:00 NN–1:15 PM, Diamond Salon 7, J. W. Marriott Hotel,...

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Kritika Kultura
Department of English
School of Humanities
Ateneo de Manila University
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Quezon City, Philippines

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