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TOC for JCLC 6.2

We are pleased to report that Journal of Chinese Literature and Culture (JCLC) 6.2 has gone through the review and editing processes and is now in press. It is scheduled to come out by November 2019. Below is its table of contents (click the image for details)....

2019 Midwest Forum on Chinese Literature and Culture

Dear friends of EASC,   Please see the announcement below regarding the 2019 Midwest Forum.     The 2019 Midwest Forum on Chinese Literature and Culture is devoted to fostering dialogue on relevant topics among the faculty and graduate students of...

JCLC Wishes You a Happy New Year of the Pig

The Journal of Chinese Literature and Culture (JCLC) Office wishes you all a happy and prosperous New Year of the Pig! Our heartfelt thanks to 王紫微, a friend of Dr. Jin Xi 金溪 at the JCLC Beijing Office, for designing such an elegant greeting card! Ms. Wang has made...

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...

TOC for JCLC 5.2

We are pleased to report that Journal of Chinese Literature and Culture (JCLC) 5.2, a special themed issue entitled “Digital Methods and Traditional Chinese Literary Studies” edited by Thomas Mazanec, Jeffrey Tharsen & Jing Chen, has gone through the review and...

TOC for JCLC 6.1

We are pleased to report that Journal of Chinese Literature and Culture (JCLC) 6.1, a special themed issue entitled “Emotion and Visuality in Chinese Literature and Culture” edited by Professor Zong-qi Cai and Professor Shengqing Wu, has gone through the review and...

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).

Patterns and Networks in Classical Chinese Literature: Notes from the Digital Frontier

Twelve scholars from around the globe will present examples of the groundbreaking research taking place at the intersection of digital humanities and classical Chinese literary studies.

How to Read Chinese Literature Series Launch

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

TOC for JCLC 5.1

We are pleased to report that Journal of Chinese Literature and Culture (JCLC) 5.1 has gone through the review and editing processes and is now in press. It is scheduled to come out by April 2018. Below is its table of contents (click the image for details).
TOC for JCLC 5.1

TOC for JCLC 5.1

We are pleased to report that Journal of Chinese Literature and Culture (JCLC) 5.1 has gone through the review and editing processes and is now in press. It is scheduled to come out by April 2018. Below is its table of contents (click the image for details).

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