Routledge Studies in Chinese Comparative Literature and Culture publishes monographs, edited volumes and small-scale reference works within the established field of Chinese and Comparative Literature. For a field dedicated to the study of China’s engagement with the world’s various literary systems, scholarship is still often misunderstood and mischaracterized outside of its context. This series therefore works to connect Sinophone and Anglophone scholarly communities around issues of China’s global literary and cultural exchanges by fostering disciplinary debate between scholars based in China, and those based in the rest of the world.
By Duncan Poupard
November 30, 2021
This book is a historical study of European-language translations of Naxi ritual manuscripts, the ritual literature of a small ethnic group living in southwest China’s Yunnan Province. The author discusses the translations into European languages (in English, French and German) from the late 19th ...
By Mengxing Fu
August 31, 2021
By comparison of the late nineteenth-century ghost stories between China and Britain, this monograph traces the entangled dynamics between ghost story writing, history-making and the molding of a gendered self. Associated with times of anxiety, groups under marginalization and tensions with ...