Han Kut

Edited by The Korean Canadian Women's Anthology Editorial Collective

Han Kut
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Han Kut: Critical Art and Writing by Korean Canadian Women uncovers the unique and largely undocumented experiences of Korean women in Canada. The anthology features a compelling collection of fiction, creative non-fiction, essays, poetry and art by both newly emerging and established ... Read more


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Han Kut: Critical Art and Writing by Korean Canadian Women uncovers the unique and largely undocumented experiences of Korean women in Canada. The anthology features a compelling collection of fiction, creative non-fiction, essays, poetry and art by both newly emerging and established Korean Canadian women artists, writers, activists and educators. It addresses stereotypical and static understandings of Asians by intersecting themes of gender, sexuality, family, race, class, diaspora, nationalism and assimilation. A powerful collection of writing and art, Han Kut interrogates the notion of "Asianness" and exposes the complexities, contradictions and conflicts embedded in what it means to be a "Korean woman" within a Canadian context.

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