Frontiers of Literary Studies in China
Editor-in-Chief: Xudong ZHANG (New York University).
Associate Editors-in-Chief: Xi Chuan (Beijing Normal University), Jon E. von Kowallis (University of New South Wales), and Ban Wang (Stanford University).
Issue Vol. 6 No. 1 is now available free online! Follow the link to the online edition below to view the articles.
The Frontiers of Literary Studies in China provides a forum for peer-reviewed academic papers in literary studies within and outside of China in order to promote communication and exchanges between scholars working in different institutional settings and along different cultural and intellectual traditions. It seeks to reflect advances in independent research and theoretical thinking in the field of literary analysis and interpretation broadly defined and in dialogue with critical discourses on issues of common and shared intellectual and social concerns of today’s world. It is this publication’s duty to introduce to the world fresh academic achievements from the field of Chinese literary studies. Equal editorial attention and effort will be given to showcasing productivity and innovation in both China and abroad.
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