Borrowing from a wide range of disciplines—philosophy, sociology, history, cinema, postcolonial, and literary studies—these essays reflect on the notion of enclave in history and the arts in the English-speaking world. Earlier versions of these essays were presented at the “Enclave” conference held in Bordeaux, March 11-12 2016.
Illustration de Pauline Pujol.
Numéro dirigé par Remy Arab-Fuentes, Isabelle Gras et James Perosi-Doughty (Université Bordeaux Montaigne)
Collective Memory and Historiographic Enclaves in the Post-Cold War World: The Korean War (1950-1953) in the United States.
“New Town is without image”: Representations of Enclaves in Cathy Park Hong’s Poetry.
The Enclave in Judy Fong Bates’s Midnight at the Dragon Café: From Prison to Creation.