Jeroen DE KLOET and Edwin JURRIENS: Introduction: Cosmopatriots: On Distant Belongings and Close Encounters I: Sex Helen HOK-SZE LEUNG: Let's Love Hong Kong: A Queer Look at Cosmopatriotism Tom BOELLSTORFF: Dubbing Culture: Indonesian Gay and Lesbi Subjectivities and Ethnography in an Already Globalized World Song HWEE LIM: Queering Chineseness: Searching for Roots and the Politics of Shame in (Post)Colonial Singapore II: Space Yiu FAI CHOW: Descendants of the Dragon, Sing! Edwin JURRIENS: The Cosmopatriotism of Indonesia's Radio-Active Public Sphere Jeroen DE KLOET: Cosmopatriot Contaminations III: Body Stephen EPSTEIN and Jon DUNBAR: Skinheads of Korea, Tigers of the East Emma BAULCH: Cosmopatriotism in Indonesian Pop Music Imagings Michelle ANTOINETTE: Deterritorializing Aesthetics: International Art and its New Cosmopolitanisms, from an Indonesian Perspective IV: Race Kyongwon YOON: New Technology and Local Identity in the Global Era: The Case of South Korean Youth Culture Francis MARAVILLAS: Haunted Cosmopolitanisms: Spectres of Chinese Art in the Diaspora Qin LIWEN: The Vision of the Other Rey CHOW: Afterword Contributors Name Index
Edwin Jurriens is Lecturer in Indonesian Language and Culture at the University of New South Wales in Canberra, Australia. He is author of Cultural Travel and Migrancy: The Artistic Representation of Globalization in the Electronic Media of West Java (KITLV Press, 2004). Jeroen de Kloet is Assistant Professor of Media Studies at the University of Amsterdam and is affiliated to the International Institute for Asian Studies (IIAS) as well as to the Amsterdam School for Cultural Analysis (ASCA). His research interests include the globalization of contemporary popular culture, in particular music and cinema, the culture of computer hackers, and the cultural and political implications of the Beijing 2008 Olympiad.