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Interstitial EP040

Urban Horror
by Erin Y. Huang

Horror arises when external reality exceeds our internal comprehension. Could it also provoke feelings of resistance we didn’t know we had? Erin Y. Huang deciphers the affective dimensions of zones of exception in neoliberal post-socialist Asia.

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Erin Y. Huang is Assistant Professor of East Asian Studies and Comparative Literature at Princeton University. Her work often explores the interdisciplinary dialogue among Marxist geography, postcolonial theory, feminist theory, cinema and media studies, and Sinophone Asia. She is the cofounder of Asia Theory Visuality—an intellectual platform that harbors collaborative thinking on experimental and theoretical approaches to Asian Studies.

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TITLE
Urban Horror: Neoliberal Post-Socialism and the Limits of Visibility
AUTHOR
Erin Y. Huang
PUBLISHER
Duke University Press
PAGES
288
PUBLICATION DATE
February 2020

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