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Chinese-Western Comparative Literature and Strategy
John J. Deeney
by Chinese Univ Pr
Written in English
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This is a revised version of an article to appear in Chinese-Western Comparative Literature: Theory and Strategy, ed. John J. Deeney (Hong Kong: The Chinese University of Hong Kong Press, ), where it serves as the Afterword, pp. 2 See Chinese-Westemrn Literature, Preface, p. ii. 3 See Chinese-Western Literature, Foreword, p. xix. Chinese-Western Comparative Literature: Theory and Strategy. Edited by JOHN J. DEENEY. Hong Kong: Chinese University of Hong Kong Press, , xx, pp. N.p, This volume contains seven papers from the Conference on East-West Compara-tive Literature that was held in Hong Kong in In the first article, "East-West.
Comparative literature in China has played an indispensable role in the context of cultural globalization and Chinese comparatists have focused on enabling a Chinese-Western cultural exchange with the strategy of "crossing borders" between countries, theories, and disciplines. His research focuses on cross‐national studies of news journalism and political communication. His books include Comparing Political Communication (, with B. Pfetsch), Handbook of Comparative Communication Research (, with T. Hanitzsch), and Comparing Political Journalism (, with de Vreese and Hopmann).
Starting with questioning Gayatri Spivak's controversial book Death of a Discipline, the present article tries to argue that unlike the case in the United States, comparative literature in China is still very energetic playing a leading role in Chinese-Western cultural and academic exchange and communication. Although, to the author, comparative literature in China did not become an. Yuan, Heh-hsiang. East-West comparative: An inquiry into possibilities. In Chinese-Western comparative literature theory and strategy, ed. John J. Deeney. Hong Kong: The Chinese University Press. Scott Pollard is associate professor .
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