Flair Donglai Shi

Of Course The Gay Has To Die: Why The Liberal White Audience Doesn’t Get The Wound

The much-anticipated South African film of the year, The Wound, was officially released on the 27th of April, 2018, in the UK. The film was much anticipated because it is indeed one of the very few films that deal with aspects of homoeroticism and homosexuality in traditional African communities. But what to make of the film and reactions to it among white, liberal audiences?... Read More
Flair Donglai Shi

Flair Donglai Shi

Flair Donglai Shi (施東來) is a DPhil in English candidate at the University of Oxford. His thesis focuses on the Yellow Peril as a traveling discourse in modern Anglophone and Sinophone literatures. His articles on postcolonial feminism, Chinese literature, and world literature have been published in many academic journals, including Women: A Cultural Review, CLEAR, Comparative Literature & World Literature, and Subalternspeak. He holds an MSt in World Literatures in English from University of Oxford and an MA in Comparative Literature from University College London. He is currently working on an edited volume in Ibidem's World Literature Series entitled World Literature in Motion: Institution, Recognition, Location.