Vol. 44 Nbr. 1-2, March 2019
- Introduction--Global East Asian Cinema: Abjection and Agency.
- Embracing Abjection, Reclaiming Agency: New Possibilities for the Zombie and the Social Recluse in NEET of the Living Dead.
- Park Chan-wook's Critique of Moral Judgment: The Handmaiden (2016).
- The Abject Other and Terrorism in Tsui Hark's Detective Dee Series.
- Conscientious abjection and chaosmopolitanisnr in Khavn de la Cruz's Ruined Heart.
- "Just a Formality": Yakuza Sovereignty and Abject Exclusion in Kitano Takeshi's Outrage and Beyond Outrage.
- Spy, Abjection, and Post-Socialist Identity: Chinese Neo-Spy Films since 2009.
- The Cartography of the Abject Nation in Thirst and Still Life.
- Must an International Chinese (Auteur) Filmmaker Make a Martial Arts Film? Genre Filmmaking and Industrialised Cultural Production in Global East Asian Cinema.
- Rebuilding Humanity: Gaze of the Exile and Chinese Independent Cinema.
- Seeking Agency and Forging Identity Through Documentary: Wuna Wu's Farewell 1999 and Let's Fall in Love.
- Dog and Thief: Two Modes of Abject Agency Crossing over East Asian Capital Networks in Global Korean Cinema.