Manusya, Journal of Humanities, 23.1 (2020)

  • Secularity, Emotion and Law in Ian McEwan’s The Children Act
  • Tales in the Paasaali Dirge: Structure and Moral Lessons from the Past
  • The Influence of Grammatical Gender on Russian and Thai Speakers’ Cognition
  • Traditional Intricate Paper Cutting Techniques of Southern Thailand: Background, Beliefs, and Cultural Animation of Thai Buddhist Culture
  • Translated Plays as a Force for Social Justice
  • Transgender People’s Deterritorialization in Arundhati Roy’s The Ministry of Utmost Happiness and Trace Peterson’s “After Before and After”
  • The Image of “Opening and Changing” Vietnam in Thai Contemporary Fiction Books
  • Review of Language in the Public Space: An Introduction to the Linguistic Landscape. Independently published by the author (Schmitt, Holger 2018)
Published: 2020-03-30