This section comprises material, published in journals, that did not undergo peer review. Click here to return to the Articles landing page. Journal titles are followed by their ISSN(s), then by their inclusion in either or both the Clarivate Analytics Web of Science and the Scopus databases (abbreviated as WoS and Sc respectively), and/or their defunct status, via superscripted indicators. Note: Articles “transcribed” and made available in PDF format on this web page are corrected and/or slightly expanded versions of the print versions. As such, they may not entirely correspond with the exact wording in the journal’s published form.
David 124. Sample reference for the same entry:In citing passages from the versions I have uploaded here, it would be advisable to refer to both the journal publication as well as the blog version. Sample citation, for the first page of the first listed entry on this page:
David, Joel. “Translating Time: Cinema, the Fantastic, and Temporal Critique [by] Bliss Cua Lim, Durham: Duke University Press, 2009, 346+xiv pages.” Book review. Asian Journal of Women’s Studies 15.4 (Winter 2009): 124-32. DOI:10.1080/12259276.2009.11666080. Posted at https://amauteurish.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/translating-time-book-review.pdf.
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Asian Journal of Women’s Studies
ISSN 1225-9276 [WoS/Sc]
“Translating Time: Cinema, the Fantastic, and Temporal Critique [by] Bliss Cua Lim, Durham: Duke University Press, 2009, 346+xiv pages.” Book review. Asian Journal of Women’s Studies 15.4 (Winter 2009): 124-32. DOI:10.1080/12259276.2009.11666080. Click here to download a PDF transcription.
“Queer Shuttling: Korea – Manila – New York.” Queer Film and Video Festival Forum, Take Two: Critics Speak Out section, ed. Chris Straayer and Thomas Waugh. GLQ 12.4 (2006): 614-17. DOI:10.1215/10642684-12-4-614. Anthologized as “LGBTQ Filmfests” in Millennial Traversals.
“Seeds in the Garden of Letters: A Review of The End of National Cinema by Patrick F. Campos.” Humanities Diliman: A Philippine Journal of Humanities 14.2 (July-December 2017): 153-57. From my Facebook announcement of October 26, 2017: “Essential personal disclosures, aside from the ones in the review: Campos and I were technically non-colleagues at the University of the Philippines Film Institute, since he joined the faculty after I left. Also, as editor of HD, his only participation in this article was in acceding to my suggestion that I review his book; all the editing, proofreading, and peer-reviewing coordination tasks were conducted entirely by HD staff members. In fact I was the one who caught a minor inaccuracy in my first draft – when as book author, he could have been the one to point it out to me. (Which means, whether he read the submission or not, he maintained a hands-off approach.)”
“Contestable Nation-Space: Cinema, Cultural Politics, and Transnationalism in the Marcos-Brocka Philippines. By Rolando B. Tolentino. Quezon City: University of the Philippines Press, 2014. Pp. 267 + xii. ISBN-10: 971-5427359; ISBN-13: 978-9715427357.” Book review. International Journal of Asian Studies 14.1 (January 2017): 112-15. DOI:10.1017/S1479591416000267. Click here to download a PDF transcription.
“Macho Dancer: Text vs. Texture.” Cover story, film review of Macho Dancer, dir. Lino Brocka. Kultura 2.2 (July-September 1989): 26-33.
“Film Book Publishing.” Philippines Communication Journal 1.3 (June 1987): 76-79.
“Exceptions.” Comparative film review of Kamakalawa, dir. Eddie Romero, and Kisapmata, dir. Mike de Leon. The Review 4.11/4.12 (November-December 1981): 44-45. Anthologized in The National Pastime 28-31.
“The Value of Humility.” “Book shorts” review of Philippine Prehistory: An Anthropological Overview of the Beginnings of Filipino Society and Culture by F. Landa Jocano. Anthologized in Millennial Traversals. The Review 4.6 (June 1981): 61.
“Ten Best Films of All Time” survey contribution. Sight & Sound 12.9 (September 2002): 29. Background.
“Glimpses of Freedom: Independent Cinema in Southeast Asia [by] May Adadol Ingawanij & Benjamin McKay, eds., Ithaca: Cornell Southeast Asia Program Publications, 2012, viii+246 pp.” Book review. Southeast Asian Studies 1.3 (December 2012): 529-33.