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  Volume 39, Number 3, Summer 2008

Table of Contents

Literary History in the Global Age


p. i


pp. vii-xx

New Literary History after the End of the New

pp. 375-387

Toward Interpretive Pluralism: Literary History and the History of Reading

pp. 389-413

Globalization and Literary History, or Rethinking Comparative Literary History—Globally

pp. 415-435

Registers of Arabic Literary History

pp. 437-461

Transcultural Literary History: Beyond Constricting Notions of World Literature

pp. 463-479

Toward a History of World Literature

pp. 481-495

Globalization, Translation, and the University Tradition

pp. 497-517

Shall We Continue to Write Histories of Literature?

pp. 519-532

Primal Revenge and Other Anthropomorphic Projections for Literary History

pp. 533-563

Translator, Traitor; Translator, Mourner (or, Dreaming of Intercultural Equivalence)

pp. 565-580

Untranslatables: A World System

pp. 581-598

The Scale of World Literature

pp. 599-617

The Egyptian Pronoun: Lyric, Novel, the Book of the Dead

pp. 619-643

Pseudodoxia Academica

pp. 645-656

Planetary Literary History: The Place of the Text

pp. 657-684

Global Media and Culture

pp. 685-703

Interactive Cosmopolitanism and Collaborative Technologies: New Foundations for Global Literary History

pp. 705-725

Commentary: “With no particular place to go”: Literary History in the Age of the Global Picture

pp. 727-745

Commentary: Literary History in a Global Age

pp. 747-760


pp. 761-763

Books Received

pp. 765-767

Research Areas


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