Contributors to this special issue present the fruits of transpacific collaboration and a cross- section of innovative scholarship on Chinese literature pursued by scholars with diverse interests in critical theory. The essays tackle a wide range of issues in the studies of premodern and modern Chinese literature, such as ecocriticism, gender, intertextuality, orientalism, and affect.
Contributors: Zong-qi Cai, Ban Wang, Winnie L.M. Yee, Liang Shi, Carlos Rojas, Keru Cai, Kenny K.K. Ng, Martin Svensson Ekström, Xiaolu Ma, Haiyan Lee