A forum for the critical engagement with the category of World Literature, its significance, including a discussion of systematic theories of its development as well as its tensions with postcolonial literature and the various registers of silence that are its condition of possibility.
The Society for Novel Studies (SNS) invites proposals for fifteen-minute papers to be given at its biennial conference held at the University of Pittsburgh, May 13-14, 2016. For more information, visit http://novel.trinity.duke.edu/news/2015/07/08/sns-2016-call-for-papers. Proposals should not exceed 200 words and are due by September 7, 2015.
Gender, Race Studies, Ecocriticism, World Literature
Postcolonial literature and theory; world literature; critical theory
Missionary studies; post-colonial studies; World Literature.
world literature; global anglophone literature; diasporas, transnationalism, migration literature
This is the introduction to the book German Literature as World Literature published by Bloomsbury Press in 2014.
Poetries in English, Theories, Comparative & World literature, Cultural Translation Studies,
Feminist Studies, Literary Criticism and Theory, Twentieth Century World Literature