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JCLC 8.1 available via Project MUSE and Duke University Press Journals Online

Click here for JCLC 8.1 on Project MUSE (subscription needed), or here for all articles on Duke University Press Journals Online (subscription needed). For details, please visit Current Issue.  

TOC for JCLC 8:2

We are pleased to report that the Journal of Chinese Literature and Culture (JCLC) 8.2 has gone through the review and editing processes and is now in press. It is scheduled to come out by November 2021. Below is its table of contents (click the image for details).

JCLC 7.2 available via Project MUSE and Duke University Journals Online

Click here for JCLC 7.2 on Project MUSE (subscription needed), or here for all articles on Duke University Press Journals Online (subscription needed). For details, please visit Current Issue.

JCLC Wishes You a Happy New Year of the Ox

The image of the ox bust in this greeting card is part of a bronze ritual vessel designed with an ox and a tiger (niuhu tong’an 牛虎銅案). The ritual vessel was unearthed in Jiangchuan County, Yunnan Province in 1972, and is currently displayed in Yunnan Provincial...

Prof. Zong-qi Cai receives 2020 CELJ Distinguished Editor Award

At the MLA Convention (online) on Jan. 9, 2021, Zong-qi Cai received the 2020 “Distinguished Editor Award,” the highest honor given by the Council of Editors of Learned Journals. This is the first time the editor of a journal in Asian literature and culture has won...

TOC for JCLC 8.1

We are pleased to report that Journal of Chinese Literature and Culture (JCLC) 8.1, a special themed issue entitled “The Protean World of Sanqu Songs” edited by Professor Patricia Sieber, has gone through the review and editing processes and is now in press. It is...

JCLC 7.1 available via Project MUSE and Duke University Press Journals Online

Click here for JCLC 7.1 on Project MUSE (subscription needed), or here for all articles on Duke University Press Journals Online (subscription needed). For details, please visit Current Issue.

Announcing a New Journal

We are pleased to announce that PRISM: Theory and Modern Chinese Literature, has been formally approved by Duke University Press: https://www.dukeupress.edu/prism/index.html Below please find: Call for Papers for both themed and regular issues (click the images for...

New Book Edited by Zong-qi Cai

How to Read Chinese Poetry in Context is an introduction to the golden age of Chinese poetry, spanning the earliest times through the Tang dynasty (618-907).

How to Read Chinese Literature Series Launch

The How to Read Chinese Literature (HTRCL) book series launch will be held at AAS 2018.

CALL FOR PARTICIPATION

CALL FOR PARTICIPATION

We hope that you will join us in this symposium on the impact of critical theory on Sinological literary studies since the 20th century.  NO REGISTRATION is required.  Although we do not have time to interact with the audience during the symposium, we do wish to hear your thoughts and present them...

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TOC for JCLC 8:2

TOC for JCLC 8:2

We are pleased to report that the Journal of Chinese Literature and Culture (JCLC) 8.2 has gone through the review and editing processes and is now in press. It is scheduled to come out by November 2021. Below is its table of contents (click the image for details).

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TOC for JCLC 8.1

TOC for JCLC 8.1

We are pleased to report that Journal of Chinese Literature and Culture (JCLC) 8.1, a special themed issue entitled “The Protean World of Sanqu Songs” edited by Professor Patricia Sieber, has gone through the review and editing processes and is now in press. It is scheduled to come out in April...

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Celebration of Life-Zoom event

The School of Literatures, Cultures and Linguistics, and the Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures invite you to join a "Celebration of Life Zoom meeting" to honor our colleague and friend Xiaohui Zhang. We will come together as a community, to celebrate his life and accomplishments, to...

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