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The Comparatist is a sponsored journal of the Southern Comparative Literature Association. It has appeared in print annually since 1977 and is currently sponsored by the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences and the Willson Center for the Humanitites and the University of Georgia. The Comparatist has traditionally published comparative work involving literary and cultural movements, literature and the arts, relations between European and non-European literatures, and inter-American literary exchanges. More recently the journal has also focused on the third world, Afro-Caribbean, and Central European literary phenomena. Each issue features eight to ten articles clustered around major comparative-thematic topics, such as "Theoretical Dialogues," "Post-Colonial Perspectives," "Comparative Poetics," or "Eastern-Western Relationships." A substantial review section evaluates important theoretical and practical concerns involving cross-cultural study. As a forum for literary comparatists, the journal encourages a stimulating interplay or intertextual and comparative methods, of theoretical-historical analysis, and of critical interpretation.
published byThe University of North Carolina Press
viewing issueVolume 32, May 2008
Mary Ann Frese Witt, North Carolina State University
John Burt Foster, Jr. (1999-2004), George Mason University
Marcel Cornis-Pope (1992-1998), Virginia Commonwealth University
Mechthild Cranston (1983-1991), Clemson University
Jeanne J. Smoot (1977-1982), North Carolina State University
Dorothy Figueira, University of Georgia
E. Donald Kennedy, University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill
Elizabeth Richmond-Garza, University of Texas-Austin
Andrew Sparling, Duke University
Denise Albanese, George Mason University Roger Allen, University of Pennsylvania Eniko Molnar Basa, Library of Congress Ronald Bogue, University of Georgia Patrick Brady, University of Tennessee-Knoxville Christopher Braider, University of Colorado-Boulder Xiao-mei Chen, Ohio State University Thomas L. Cooksey, Armstrong Atlantic State University Marcel Cornis-Pope, Virginia Commonwealth University Mechthild Cranston, Clemson University Gregory Dawes, North Carolina State University Jeffrey R. DiLeo, University of Houston-Victoria Wendy B. Faris, University of TexasArlington John Burt Foster, George Mason University Lilian R. Furst, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill Maurizio Godorecci, University of Alabama-Tuscaloosa Robert Godwin-Jones, Virginia Commonwealth University Rolf Goebel, University of Alabama-Huntsville Constanze Guthenke, Princeton University Carolyn Hodges, University of Tennessee-Knoxville David Kaufmann, George Mason University Dudley Marchi, North Carolina State University Elaine Martin, University of Alabama-Tuscaloosa Paul Allen Miller, University of South Carolina Christian Moraru, University of North Carolina-Greensboro Masaki Mori, University of Georgia Charlotte Morse, Virginia Commonwealth University Fadwa Multi-Douglas, Indiana University Larysa Mykyta, North Carolina State University Nikita Nankov, Indiana University Virgil Nemoianu, Catholic University of America Jin-Young Park, American University Gene Plunka, University of Memphis Debrah Raschke, Southeast Missouri State University Harry C. Rutledge, University of Tennessee-Knoxville Richard Serrano, Rutgers University Kirsten Shepherd-Barr, University of Birmingham, England Robert Sims, Virginia Commonwealth University Jeanne J. Smoot, North Carolina State University Mihai Spariosu, University of Georgia Yanfang Tang, William and Mary James Walton, Notre Dame University Donald Wehrs, Auburn University
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