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The fifteenth issue of aspeers is now available in print and online.
The issue features a number of contributions centering around the theme of "American Bodies."
Graduate Contributions are by: Christoph Friedrich Nostitz: The Metalanguage of Border Crossing: The Deconstruction of Myth in Yuri Herrera’s Signs Preceding the End of the World; Carolina Faller Moura: Cooking as Mestizaje in Alicia Gaspar de Alba’s “Making Tortillas”: Reconciling Chicana Lesbian Identity through the Space of the Kitchen; Solveig Kloss: “I Look Too Good Not to Be Seen”: Bodily Capital and ‘Realness’ in Pose; George Rainov: “It Was Just the Talking That Was Important”: Racial Capitalism and Black Affect in Walter Rodney’s “The Groundings with My Brothers.”. Art Contributions by: Kate Whitney.
In addition, aspeers 15 (2022) contains an interview about "Disability, Bodies, and Otherness" with the author Kenny Fries, an introduction by the graduate editors, and a brief foreword.
The aspeers house style was also updated to clarify that the journal now generally follows the ninth edition of the MLA Handbook as the source for the MLA rules.editors' blog