Jordi Serrano-Muñoz is a postdoctoral researcher focusing on comparative literature, reception, and transpacific connections. He teaches at the Open University of Catalonia and at the University of Granada; and has taught and been a fellow at El Colegio de México and Waseda University.
He is also editor and co-founder of Asiademica: Open Journal of East Asian Studies and member of the research groups GREGAL-UAB and STAND-UGR. He has recently co-edited the book East Asia, Latin America, and the Decolonization of Transpacific Studies, published by Palgrave Macmillan (2022).
Book Chapter: “The Illegitimate Ally: The Hegemonic National Narrative of Japan in the US (1945-2020)“
August 17, 2022
The fantastic book The End of Western Hegemonies?, edited by Marie-Josée Lavallé and published by Vernon Press contains my chapter “The Illegitimate Ally: The Hegemonic National Narrative of Japan in he US (1945-2020)”. You can read it in full here.
Edited Book: East Asia, Latin America, and the Decolonization of Transpacific Studies
January 10, 2022
I’m thrilled to announce that our book East Asia, Latin America, and the Decolonization of Transpacific Studies, co-edited with Chiara Olivieri and published by Palgrave Macmillan is finally available! You can get it here.
December 14, 2021
The latest issue of Memory Studies, dedicated to the relationship between memories and crises, features my article “Closure in Dystopia”, in which I analyze the production of dystopian fiction during the second decade of the twenty-first century. You can read it here.
From the Atelier
- Book chapter: “The Illegitimate Ally: the hegemonic national narrative of Japan in the US (1945-2020)”
- Two mid-July panels: Non-Western Approaches to Environmental Humanities and CICELI III
- Clase en la UBA y club de lectura
- Panel Organizer for the LASA/Asia 2022 Congress
- “Hope in Worse Futures?” Lecture at Nagoya University
Visit our rolling call for papers for more details!