Vol. Two / Issues 3-4 (2020)

Cross-Cultural Studies Review

A journal for comparative studies of culture, literature, and the arts

ISSN 2671-065X

Cross-Cultural Studies Review

Impressum and Table of content

Cross–Cultural Korea

On Kim Young-ha and his Novels: The Darkened Worlds and Reflections of the Expressed as Hidden “Truth”

Boris Škvorc

DOI – https://doi.org/10.38003/ccsr.2.1-2.1

Cross–Cultural Korea

Asian Studies in Serbia, Croatia, and Slovenia: Strategies for the Development of Korean Studies at the University of Split

Kim Sang Hun

DOI – https://doi.org/10.38003/ccsr.2.1-2.2

Wavescapes in the Anthropocene

Introduction: Wavescapes in the Anthropocene

Eni Buljubašić / Simon Ryle

DOI – https://doi.org/10.38003/ccsr.2.1-2.3

Wavescapes in the Anthropocene

Virginia Woolf’s Fish: Animal Lives between Aesthetics and Ethics

Monika Bregović

DOI – https://doi.org/10.38003/ccsr.2.1-2.4

Wavescapes in the Anthropocene

Conversations with Planet Ocean: Plastic Pollution and the Common Heritage of Humankind

Rupert J. M. Medd

DOI – https://doi.org/10.38003/ccsr.2.1-2.5

Wavescapes in the Anthropocene

Jean Painlevé’s Surrealism, Marine Life and Non-Ocular Modes of Sensing

Christina Heflin

DOI – https://doi.org/10.38003/ccsr.2.1-2.6

Studia Mediterranea

Terror of Acceptance: Mass-Murders and Political Dystopia

Leo Rafolt

DOI – https://doi.org/10.38003/ccsr.2.1-2.7

Studia Mediterranea

Politics of Fear and Solidarity Mechanisms in Documentary Theatre Staging Asylum: Žiga Divjak’s 6

Katja Grcić

DOI – https://doi.org/10.38003/ccsr.2.1-2.9

Translations / Interview

Jurica Pavičić

Brian Willems / Srećko Jurišić

DOI – https://doi.org/10.38003/ccsr.2.1-2.10