Kritika Kultura, the refereed e-journal of language and literary/cultural studies of the Department of English, Ateneo de Manila University—in cooperation […]
Inaanyayahan ang lahat sa isang espesyal na panayam ni Dr. Ekaterina Baklanova ng Moscow State University, sa darating na Peb. […]
The University of the Philippines Press (UP Press) will be holding a month-long sale in celebration of its 49th founding […]
National Artist Bienvenido Lumbera and International Cultural Studies scholar Epifanio San Juan, Jr. will deliver on February 22, 2014 from […]
Have you ever wondered about what it takes to get published? Have you been writing for some time but have […]
Kritika Kultura, the refereed e-journal of language and literary/cultural studies of the Department of English, Ateneo de Manila University—in cooperation […]
Tumatanggap na ang UP Department of Filipino ng aplikasyon para sa SERTIPIKO NG MALIKHAING PAGSULAT SA FILIPINO (SMPF)  para sa Akademikong Taon […]
In celebration of National Arts Month and Women’s Month: WOMEN PLAYWRIGHTS INTERNATIONAL PHILIPPINES (WPIPHILS) presents a READATHON of WOMEN PLAYS. This will […]
Applications are now open to the University of Santo Tomas National Creative Writing Workshop. Organized by the UST Center for […]

Asia has been the site of the migration of peoples, texts, and cultures since pre-modern times. These flows have came largely from the “mother” civilizations of the Arabic, Indian, and Chinese peoples and, in the modern and the transmaritime periods, from the West. Yet the movements have also come from “within.” Intra-regionally, people and texts have navigated on the borderless seascapes of Asia; and within borders, especially in Southeast Asia, center and periphery have been defined in terms of river and hill cultures. In recent times, flows have been transmedial. The paradox of Asia, as of other regions, is that it is both bordered and borderless. It is, but it is not still. It is a reality in translation.