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DetailsBy bringing in different degrees of circulation in different regions and languages, this collection shows that while literary centers do exist in what Pascale Casanova calls “the international literary space”, their power does not operate unilaterally and modes of intercultural circulation do exist beyond their control. The title “World Literature in Motion” highlights the fact that world literature is always already the product of certain modes of conceptual and material mobility and mediation.
About the authorFlair Donglai Shi (施东来) is a DPhil candidate in English at the University of Oxford. His thesis focuses on the Yellow Peril as a traveling discourse in modern Anglophone and Sinophone literatures. His research interests include postcolonial and queer theories, Victorian literature, and modern East Asian literatures. His articles have been published in many academic journals.
Gareth Guangming Tan (陈光明) is a Researcher at the Asia Competitiveness Institute of Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore. He holds a Master of Studies in World Literatures in English from the University of Oxford. His research interests include postcolonial narratives in new media, narratology and ludology, and the intersections of the postcolonial and posthuman. He served as the Editor-in-Chief for the journal Oxford Research in English. His current projects include op-eds in Singapore’s National newspaper, the Straits Times, and upcoming books on the competitiveness of sub-national economies in China and the Southeast Asian region.
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Stimmen zum Buch“In the ongoing consolidation of world literature studies, World Literature in Motion provides a much-needed elaboration of sociological methods of inquiry. Up-to-date and theoretically savvy, yet attentive to the complexities of doing research across languages and continents, this volume contributes substantially to making literary studies relevant in our global age.”—Professor Stefan Helgesson, Stockholm University
“Ranging across linguistic and national boundaries, and bridging disciplinary divides, World Literature in Motion is a model for how to tackle the immense challenge of a holistic sociology of world literatures. Taken together, its chapters provide comprehensive insight into the way that the circulation of world literature is mediated by institutional forces—forces that themselves mediate political and economic pressures. This is an essential teaching and research resource for anyone who has lamented the Eurocentrism of the book history establishment.”—Professor Sarah Brouillette, Carleton University
Lieferzeit 2-3 Tage / 2-3 days Autor/-in Rivkah Brown, Katelyn Edwards, Meleesha Bardolia, Gareth Guangming Tan, Carmen Thong, Lubabah Chowdhury, Sana Goyal, Flair Donglai Shi, Rashi Rohatgi, Daniele Nunziata, Lucy Steeds, Galina Rousseva-Sokolova, Yan Jia, Wen-chin Ouyang, Yeogeun Kim, Peter McDonald, Michelle Kelly Herausgeber/-in Flair Donglai Shi, Gareth Guangming Tan, Janet Wilson, Chris Ringrose Anzahl der Seiten 530 Sprache Englisch Erscheinungsdatum 30.04.2020 Gewicht (kg) 0.6800 ISBN-13 9783838211633