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Oh, Stella: "Movement and Mobility. Representing Trauma Through Graphic Narratives." In: Asian American Literature 7 (2016), S. 54–69, <https://scholarworks.sjsu.edu/aaldp/vol7/iss1/6>. 
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Resource type: Web Article
Languages: English
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BibTeX citation key: Oh2016a
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Keywords: "From Busan to San Francisco", "Mail Order Bride", Asia, Body, Canada, Ethnicity, Gender, Interculturalism, Kalesniko. Mark, Migration, Trauma, USA
Creators: Oh
Collection: Asian American Literature
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Abstract
The formal and stylistic movements found within the comic architecture of From Busan to San Francisco and Mail Order Bride interrogate the ways in which the visual and textual narrative can represent the emotional landscape of trauma and displacement through comics language. Engaging in a visual and textual critique of the global economy that trades in feminine identities, these graphic narratives interrogate the mobility and visibility of those who are trafficked. In these works, transnationalism is artistically embedded in consumptive practices of reading and seeing that reinforce or challenge Orientalist cultural assumptions about the Asian female body. Geographical movements of protagonists from South Korea to US and Canada as well as graphical movements of panel arrangements provide a form of ethical optics that allow us to reconsider narratives of trauma and commodification.
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