Comparative Literature & World Literature
In the form of print as well as online with open-access, Comparative Literature & World Literature(CLWL) is a peer-reviewed, full-text, quarterly academic journal in the field of comparative literatureand world literature, whose purpose is to make available in a timely fashion the multi-faceted aspects of the discipline. It publishes articles and book reviews, featuring those that explore disciplinary theories, comparative poetics, world literature and translation studies with particular emphasis on the dialogues of poetics and literatures in the context of globalization.
School of Chinese Language and Literature, Beijing Normal University (P.R. China)
the College of Humanities, the University of Arizona, Tucson (USA)
In the form of open-access, Comparative Literature & World Literature is a peer-reviewed, full-text, quarterly academic journal in the field of comparative literature, comparative culture and world literature, whose purpose is to make available in a timely fashion the multi-faceted aspects of the discipline. It features articles that explore literary and cultural history, criticism and theory, with particular emphasis on Chinese literary relations with Europe, North and South America and other Asian countries. It publishes comparative critical essays and book reviews. The editors hope to reflect the evolving, dynamic nature of the discipline from studies of national literatures to theoretical, interdisciplinary and cultural inquiries for promoting multidisciplinary studies and researches in literature and culture.
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