In this Issue
- Volume 56, Number 4, 2019
- Special Issue: Complicity in Post–1945 Literature: Theory, Aesthetics, Politics
- Guest Editors: Adam Kelly and Will Norman
Comparative Literature Studies publishes comparative articles in literature and culture, critical theory, and cultural and literary relations within and beyond the Western tradition. It brings you the work of eminent critics, scholars, theorists, and literary historians, whose essays range across the rich traditions of Africa, Asia, Europe, and the Americas. One of its regular issues every two years concerns East-West literary and cultural relations and is edited in conjunction with members of the College of International Relations at Nihon University. Each issue includes reviews of significant books by prominent comparatists.
published byPenn State University Press
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CLS mourns the loss of the journal’s third editor-in-chief, Stanley Weintraub. Dr. Weintraub, Evan Pugh Professor Emeritus of Arts and Humanities at Penn State, became co-editor with founding editor A. Owen Aldridge in 1987, and then served as editor-in-chief until 1992 along with Gerhard F. Strasser. His leadership combined critical acuity with breadth of outlook, resting on a bedrock of prodigious scholarship and profound knowledge of academic publishing on the basis of his over 50 books authored or edited over the course of his career. May CLS continue to live up to the high standards of scholarship and impact that Stanley Weintraub set for it.
- Literature and Complicity: Then and Now
- pp. 673-692
- Toward a New Complicity for New Media
- pp. 693-710
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