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César Domínguez

that some scholars have tried to correct by introducing a third category, such as Françoise Lionnet and Shu-mei Shih’s “minor transnationalism”, with which they want to acknowledge “the creative interventions that networks of minoritized cultures produce within and across national boundaries.” (7) The

At the Margins of the Minor

Rethinking Scalarity, Relationality, and Translation

Andrea Bachner

emerge only as the margin to a center, as a major tradition’s minor sidekick. The thrust of the edited volume Minor Transnationalism seeks to undo some of these shortcomings of the paradigm of minority. In the introduction, the editors of the volume, Shu-mei Shih and Françoise Lionnet, contest the

Cultural Margins, Hybrid Scripts

Bigraphism and Translation in Taiwanese Indigenous Writing

Andrea Bachner

). For Taiwanese Indigenous writing, such a rearticulation of marginality in English might start by paying attention to and targeting specific, strategic transcultural networks that break down the deceptive unity of the global. One such venue, in the key of a minor transnationalism (Lionnet and Shih

Andrea Cabajsky

’ études acadiennes, 2005, 147- 71. Leclerc, Catherine. “In Conversation: Catherine Leclerc and Robert Majzels.” Lemon Hound . 27 Sep. 2013. Web. 13 Jan. 2017. Lionnet, Françoise and Shu-mei Shi. “Introduction: Thinking Through the Minor; Transnationally.” In Minor Transnationalism , ed. Françoise Lionnet