CRCL 47.2 Table of Contents

The table of contents for issue 47.2 (June 2020). The issue will be posted on EBSCO and Project MUSE.

Articles

In Memoriam: Mario J. Valdés (1934-2020)
Cristina Santos and Jonathan A. Allan 141

Lady Chatterley’s Green World: A Frygian Reading of Lady Chatterley’s Lover

Jonathan A. Allan 143

Albert Camus and (Post)colonial Amnesia

Amar Acheraiou 158

La littérature koweïtienne contemporaine traduit en français : Le cas de Taleb Alrefai

Isabelle Bernard et Waël Rabadi 178

Magic Realism as Postcolonial Aesthetics in African and Afrodiasporic Literatures

Ousmane Ngom 196

Literary Dialogues

Voice and Memory in the Poetic Imagination: Nduka Otiono in Conversation with Chinua Achebe, Brenda Marie Osbey, and Gabriel Okara

Nduka Otiono 215

 

Notes and Documents

The Three Cities of George Steiner
Jerry White 230

Book reviews

White, R.S.

Avant-Garde Hamlet: Text, Stage, Screen

Cindy Chopoidalo 241

Shirane, Haruo, Tom Suzuki, and David Lurie, eds.

The Cambridge History of Japanese Literature

Timothy Iles 247

Knowles, Ric

Performing the Intercultural City

Jane Moss 250

Falardeau, Mira

L’art de la bande dessinée actuelle au Québec

Chris Reyns-Chikuma 253

Freed, Joanne Lipson

Haunting Encounters: The Ethics of Reading across Boundaries of Difference

Jakob Lothe 257

Desbois, Henri, et Philippe Gervais-Lambony « Les lieux que nous avons connus… » Deux essais sur la géographie, l’humain et la littérature

François Paré 260

CRCL 47.1: A Tribute to E.D. Blodgett

The table of contents for issue 47.1, our special tribute issue to E.D. Blodgett. The issue will be posted on EBSCO and Project MUSE.

Special Issue

Perspectives on Comparative Canadian Literature: A Tribute to E.D. Blodgett

Guest Editors: Manijeh Mannani and Evelyne Gagnon

Articles

E.D. Blodgett, Poet and Scholar: An Introduction

Annika Rosanowski, Evelyne Gagnon,
and Manijeh Mannani 5

Sur la pratique et la pensée de la traduction chez E.D. Blodgett

Patricia Godbout 20

E.D. Blodgett, fin lecteur de la première femme de lettres du Far Ouest franco-canadien

Pamela V. Sing 30

La Corriveau d’Anne Hebert : Traverser d’un côté à l’autre des barreaux

Leslie Savath 43

 

“I Admit to a Slight Ambiguity”: Reflecting upon Canada’s Creative and Critical Literary Inquisitors

Matthew Cormier 57

Eaux troubles : Migrations clandestines dans The Illegal de Lawrence Hill et Tropique de la Violence de Nathacha Appanah

Srilata Ravi 74

Island as a Figure of the Unconscious: Toward a Metaphorical Relation between Human and Place in Michael Crummey’s Sweetland

Sergiy Yakovenko 88

Singing Louis Riel: The Centennial Quest for Representative Canadian Heroes

Albert Braz 107

E.D. Blodgett: A Bibliography
Annika Rosanowski 123

CRCL 46.4 Table of Contents

The table of contents for issue 46.4 (December 2019). The issue will be posted on EBSCO and Project MUSE.

Articles

« Des hommes sur des échasses » : Narrations contemporaines à grande échelle

Nicolas Xanthos 543

Things that Happen in the Dark: Joseph Conrad, E.M. Forster, and Emmanuel Levinas on the Self and the Other

Hamza Karam Ally 561

Ulysse chez Kafka et Lispector : Le littéraire entre affect et raison

Louis-Thomas Leguerrier 574

Illness of the Gendered Body, Freud’s The Uncanny, and “Being-in-the-World”

Megan Perram 587

Notes and Documents

Knowledge Is a Commons – Pour des savoirs en commun : The Making-of

Servanne Monjour & Jeanne Mathieu-Lessard 601

 

Book Reviews

Solovieva, Olga V.

Christ’s Subversive Body: Practices of Religious Rhetoric in Culture and Politics

John P. Bartkowski 612

Hatto, Arthur

The World of the Khanty Epic Hero-Princes: An Exploration of a Siberian Oral Tradition

Robin P. Harris 614

Helmers, Helmer J.

The Royalist Republic: Literature, Politics, and Religion in the Anglo-Dutch Public Sphere, 1639-1660

Jeroen Dewulf 618

Plotz, John

Semi-Detached: The Aesthetics of Virtual Experience since Dickens

Jil Larson 620

Haroumi, Naima, and Chantal Maillé, eds.

Le sujet de feminisme, est-il blanc? Femmes racisées et recherche féministe

Nicoleta Marinescu 625

Marran, Christine L.

Ecology without Culture: Aesthetics for a Toxic World

Christopher Schliephake 629

Peretz, Eyal

The Off-Screen: An Investigation of the Cinematic Frame

Daniel Keyes 633

Issue 46.3 is on its way!

Due to medical issues, 46.3 was delayed, but it is now in press.

The Table of Contents is presented below.

Articles

World Citizenship and Weltliteratur:
Revisiting the Origins of Comparative Literature

Antoni Martí Monterde 399

“If Love Is Love, It’s Free”: A Vedantic Reading of Saul Bellow’s Seize the Day

Sukhbir Singh 423

Le Dragon bleu : Adapter le cadre de la peinture au théâtre de Robert Lepage et de ce théâtre à la bande dessinée de Fred Jourdain, cosmopolitiquement et ludiquement

Chris Reyns-Chikuma 446

Becoming Muslim or Becoming Malay? Conversion to Islam in Two Sinophone Malaysian Short Stories

Antonio Paoliello 470

Promouvoir les pratiques plurilingues et collaboratives
chez les comparatistes emergent.e.s : A Colingual Intervention

Jeanne Mathieu-Lessard featuring Fan Wu 488

 

Review Article

Interdisciplinary Adventures in Consciousness Studies
Paul Megna 503

Book Reviews

Jackson, Mark, ed.

Coloniality, Ontology, and the Question of the Posthuman

Sarah Juliet Lauro 514

Robbins, Bruce

The Beneficiary

Joshua Gooch 519

Posthumus, Stephanie

French Écocritique: Reading Contemporary French Theory and Fiction Ecologically

Jonathan F. Krell 523

Azadibougar, Omid

The Persian Novel: Ideology, Fiction, and Form in the Periphery

Claus Valling Pedersen 526

Smart, Patricia

Writing Herself into Being: Quebec’s Autobiographical Writings from Marie de l’Incarnation to Nelly Arcan

Eftiha Mihelakis 529

Lorre-Johnston, Christine, and Eleonora Rao, eds.

Space and Place in Alice Munro’s Fiction: “A Book with Maps in It”

Mirosława Buchholtz 532

Issue 46.2 is on its way!

Production of issue 46.2 has taken a little longer than expected, due to our Assistant Editor, Cindy Chopoidalo, injuring her back in the summer. She is currently recovering, and issue 46.2 is now on the way.

The Table of Contents for CRCL 46.2, a Special Issue on Translation in Early Modern England and France, plus a Forum on Giulia de Gasperi and Joseph Pivato’s Comparative Literature for the New Century:

Special Issue

Translation as “Transformission” in Early Modern England and France
Guest Editors: Marie-Alice Belle and Brenda M. Hosington

Introduction
Marie-Alice Belle and Brenda M. Hosington 201

Foreword: Translation and Transformission; or, Early Modernity in Motion
A. E. B. Coldiron 205

Le chantier épique d’Hugues Salel : La construction de la première version métrique
de l’Illiade en français
John Nassichuk 217

Jacques Peletier du Mans, traducteur du Canzoniere de Pétrarque
Riccardo Raimondo 235

Marginal Reactions: Responses to Translations of Machiavelli in Early Modern English Marginalia
Alessandra Petrina 252

Anthony Munday and the Transformission of Some Continental Writings on Women and Love
Brenda M. Hosington 268

The Many Lives of Raleigh’s Ghost: Reframing Atheism and the Afterlife in Early Stuart Britain
Marie-Alice Belle 295

“That Famous Wit and Cavaleer of France”: The English Translation of Cyrano de Bergerac in the 1650s
Line Cottegnies 318

Translating the Cabinet of Curiosities in Early Modern England
Brent Nelson 336

Forum

Translation, Language, and Dialogue: A Critical Response to Comparative Literature for the New Century
Arianne Des Rochers 353

Comparing Literatures in Canada: Joseph Pivato and the Postculture of Disappearance
Susan Ingram 364

Translingual Practices and Alternatives: Literary Studies in the Age of Global Mobility
Arianna Dagnino 380

Issue 46.1 is on its way!

Our special issue, “Fictionaliser les dérives de la globalisation / Fictionalizing Dark Sides of Globalization,” is now in press and is also available on EBSCO and Project MUSE.

The table of contents follows.

Special Issue

Fictionaliser les dérives de la globalisation / Fictionalizing Dark Sides of Globalization

Guest Editors: Amaury Dehoux and/et Erica Durante

Introduction
Amaury Dehoux et Erica Durante 7

Le transnationalisme à deux vitesses :
La bipolarité de la globalisation et ses effets néfastes

Amaury Dehoux 14

Imagining the World and Its End: Ambivalent Globalization(s) in David Mitchell’s Ghostwritten

Noémie Nélis 30

Congo Inc. Le Testament de Bismarck d’In Koli Jean Bofane : Fiction postmoderne et postcoloniale d’une Afrique aux prises avec les ombres de la mondialisation

Dacharly Mapangou 45

The Pedagogies of Sex Trafficking Postcolonial Fiction: Consent, Agency, and Neoliberalism in Chika Unigwe’s On Black Sisters’ Street

Laura Barberán Reinares 56

 

Can the Subaltern Fly? Female Bodies in Molano’s and Marston’s Narcofiction

Erica Durante 77

Global Crime, Forensic Detective Fiction, and the Continuum of Containment

Nicole Kenley 96

Articles

Rabindranath Tagore’s India and William Butler Yeats’s Ireland: The Intersection of Classical Languages, Literature, and Nation-Building in Postcolonial East and West

Carl S. O’Brien 115

From the Brazilian Senzala to the Japanese Buraku: Naturalism, Stigma, and the Rise of Human Rights Discourse in Aluísio Azevedo and Shimazaki Tōson

Roberto Pinheiro Machado 134

Review Article

Elegies for Theory
Andre Furlani 164

Book Reviews

Martinsen, Deborah, and Olga Maiorova, eds.

Dostoevsky in Context

Irina Erman 171

Song, Mingwei

Young China: National Rejuvenation and the Bildungsroman, 1900-1959

Andrea Bachner 175

 

Ungureanu, Delia

From Paris to Tlön: Surrealism as World Literature

David F. Richter 179

Paulicelli, Eugenia, Drake Stutesman, and Louise Wallenberg, eds.
Film, Fashion, and the 1960s

Hilary Radner 182

Yu, Sherry

Diasporic Media beyond the Diaspora: Korean Media in Vancouver and Los Angeles

David C. Oh 185

Boucher, François-Emmanuël, Sylvain David, et Maxime Prévost, dir.
Mythologies du superhéros: Histoire, physiologie, géographie, intermédialités

Chris Reyns-Chikuma 187

Fawaz, Ramzi

The New Mutants: Superheroes and the Radical Imagination of American Comics

Anna F. Peppard 192

Issue 45.4 is available!

Issue 45.4 of CRCL is available in print and online via EBSCO and Project Muse.

The table of contents follows.

In Memoriam: Edward Dickinson (Ted) Blodgett

In Memoriam: Edward Dickinson Blodgett (1935-2018)
Irene Sywenky 529

A Tribute to Ted Blodgett
George Lang 531

Reflections on the Work
of E.D. Blodgett as Poet and Translator
Manijeh Mannani 534

“Il Miglior Fabbro”: My Memories of Ted Blodgett
Joseph Pivato 538

Ted Blodgett and the Pedagogy of Wonder
Monique Tschofen 541

Special Issue
Truth and Reconciliation Practices in a Comparative Perspective
Guest Editors: Cheryl Suzack and Neil ten Kortenaar

Introduction: The “Legitimacy Gap” between Law and Culture
Cheryl Suzack and Neil ten Kortenaar 545

Research and (Re?)Conciliation: Imagining Eighth Fire Scholarship in Action
Jill Carter 550

Rwanda: A Time
Lauren van der Rede 569

A Sinister Resonance
Aidan Erasmus 585

The Work that Remains: Continuing the Reconciliation Work of Legal Tribunals through Museums
Jennifer Orange 597

The Museum of Truth and Reconciliation
Emma Minkley 614

Forum
Movement in the Americas
Guest Editors: Sarah Brophy and Ricia Anne Chansky

Introduction: Fugitivity, Futurity, and a Moving Pedagogy
Sarah Brophy 629

Fugitivity in African American Women’s Migration Narratives
Joycelyn K. Moody 636

Moving the Bones: Multilingual Plasticity in Marlene NourbeSe Philip’s Zong!
Eva C. Karpinski 639

Women’s Adaptive Life Writing and Latin American Dictatorship
Lisa Ortiz-Vilarelle 646

Moving with and away from Reconciliation
Laura J. Beard 653

In and out of Home: Rereading as Practice
Ricia Anne Chansky 658

The Visual Diaries of Joaquim Paiva: 128 Diaries Project
Sergio da Silva Barcellos 663

Book Reviews

Grafton, Anthony, and Glenn W. Most, eds.
Canonical Texts and Scholarly Practices: A Global Comparative Approach
Andrew Hui 668

Chambers, Ross
An Atmospherics of the City: Baudelaire and the Politics of Noise
Elisabeth Cardonne-Arlyck 673

Kent, Brad, ed.
The Selected Essays of Sean O’Faolain
Keelan Harkin 675

So, Richard Jean
Transpacific Community: America, China, and the Rise and Fall of a Cultural Network
Helen Hok-Sze Leung 678

Nguyen, Viet Thanh
Nothing Ever Dies: Vietnam and the Memory of War
Geoffrey C. Stewart 681

Bolaki, Stella
Illness as Many Narratives: Arts, Medicine, and Culture
A. Elizabeth McKim 684

Martin, Mircea, Christian Moraru, and Andrei Terian, eds.
Romanian Literature as World Literature
Letitia Guran 686

Emmerich, Karen
Literary Translation and the Making of Originals
Luise von Flotow 690

Issue 45.3 is available!

Our special issue, “Minor Cinema,” is available in print and on EBSCO and Project Muse.

The table of contents follows.

Special Issue

Minor Cinema
Guest Editors: Doris Hambuch and Jerry White

Introduction: Four Kinds of Minor Cinema (and Some Thoughts on a Fifth)

Jerry White 357

South African Cinema and Its Depiction of Race, Gender, and Class: Portrayals of Black Women in Post-Apartheid South African Films

Gilbert Motsaathebe 381

Furrows and Forks in Emirati Short Films: Sabeel and Dreams of Rice

Doris Hambuch 396

The Soul of Dubai through Windows and Mirrors: Ali Mostafa’s Don’t Judge a Subject by Its Photograph

Ioannis Galanopoulos 411

 

The Reconstruction of the Image of Chinese Female Immigrants in Full Moon in New York, Siao Yu, and Finding Mr. Right

Kaby Wing-Sze Kung 424

Articles

“Bartleby the Scrivener”: An Allegory of Reading
Massimo Verdicchio 438

Du temps linéaire au temps global :
Penser au-delà de la modernité avec la fiction contemporaire

Amaury Dehoux 449

Flower in the Mirror and Moon on the Water: The Problem of Chinese Allegory Revisited

Xuan Wang 465

Review Article

Polymorphic Readings in the Novel: Theory and Praxis

Jerry Varsava 481

Book Reviews

Brayman, Heidi, Jesse M. Lander, and Zachary Lesser, eds.
The Book in History, The Book as History: New Intersections of the Material Text. Essays in Honor of David Scott Kastan

Neal Hackler 492

 

Perullo, Nicola; Massimo Montanari, fwd.

Taste as Experience: The Philosophy and Aesthetics of Food

David B. Goldstein 494

Ahmed, Siraj

Archaeology of Babel: The Colonial Foundation of the Humanities

Indra N. Mukhopadyay 498

Begam, Richard, and Matthew Wilson Smith, eds.
Modernism and Opera

Catherine Nolan 500

Calichman, Richard F.

Beyond Nation: Time, Writing, and Community in the Work of Abe Kôbô

Darcy Gauthier 504

Gin, Pascal, and Walter Moses, eds.

Cultural Mobilities: A Cross-Perspective Between Brazil and Canada

Odile Cisneros 509

Payne, Matthew

Playing War: Military Video Games after 9/11

Jason Hawreliak 512

Conroy, Meredith

Masculinity, Media, and the American Presidency

Andrea Braithwaite 515

Whitehead, Anne, and Angela Woods, eds.

The Edinburgh Companion to the Critical Medical Humanities

Katrina Hinson 518

Issue 45.2 is now in press!

Our special issue, “Garnering Diversities in Comparative Literature,” is now in press and will be available in print and via Ebsco and Project Muse very soon.

The table of contents follows.

Special Issue

Garnering Diversities in Comparative Literature

Guest Editor: Jessica Tsui-yan Li

Introduction: Garnering Diversities in Comparative Literature
Jessica Tsui-yan Li 191

From Here to There: Diversity and Interdisciplinarity in the Practice of Comparative Literature

Paul Morris 197

Teaching Literatures in the Age of Digital Media

Eleanor Ty 213

Art and Ideology in China’s Postsocialist Stage Productions of A Doll’s House

Kwok-kan Tam 222

The Veil as National Allegory: Cinema, Visual Arts, and the Epistemological Trope of Fabric

Walid El Khachab 243

 

Stalker : Art, communauté, migration (Marche, repas, récit)

Lambert Barthélémy 262

Faces of the Self in Modern Chinese Literature

Terry Siu-han Yip 275

Ambiguous Agency: Commercial Surrogacy in Yi Shu’s A Complicated Story and Its Film Adaptation

Jessica Tsui-yan Li 290

Tropical Escapes: Canadian Travellers, Latin America, and Sex

Albert Braz 300

Winnie Verloc: A Case of “Female Malady” in The Secret Agent

Pouneh Saeedi 315

Book Reviews

Fletcher, Angus

Comic Democracies: From Ancient Athens to the American Republic

Robert Danisch 328

Lindvall, Terry

God Mocks: A History of Religious Satire from the Hebrew Prophets to Stephen Colbert

Heather Ladd 331

Wong, Edlie L.

Racial Reconstruction: Black Inclusion, Chinese Exclusion, and the Fictions of Citizenship

Lyndsay Campbell 334

 

Nakamura, Miri

Monstrous Bodies: The Rise of the Uncanny in Modern Japan

Seth Jacobowitz 336

Norman, Will

Transatlantic Aliens: Modernism, Exile, and Culture in Midcentury America

Ian Afflerbach 340

Lopez, Lori Kido

Asian American Media Activism: Fighting for Cultural Citizenship

Eleanor Ty 343

Caruth, Cathy

Unclaimed Experience: Trauma, Narrative, and History

Brittany Hirth 345

Issue 45.1 is on its way!

Our special issue, “Critical Latvian Perspectives on Anna (Asja) Lācis,” is currently in press and will be available in print soon. It is currently listed on EBSCO and Project Muse.

The table of contents is as follows:

Special Issue

Critical Latvian Perspectives on Anna (Asja) Lācis

Guest Editor: Susan Ingram

Introduction: The Latvian Lācis
Susan Ingram 7

Asja Lācis and Walter Benjamin: Translating Different Cities
Jānis Taurens 15

Die Regisseurin Anna Lācis und der lettische Schriftsteller Linards Laicens: Beziehungsgeschichte

Ieva Kalniņa 31

Anna Lācis and Bernhard Reich: Life and Love in the Theatre

Līga Ulberte 51

Dear Grandmother, How Are You? The Influence of Anna Lācis on the Development of Political Theatre in Latvia

Krista Burāne 69

 

Seeing Differently: The Film Language of the Latvian Director Laila Pakalniņa

Inga Pērkone 90

Riga Dating Agency: Art, Intimacy, and Narratives of Female Agency in Post-Soviet Latvia

Inga Untiks 103

Articles

Modes, Moods, and Musical Puns in Shakespeare’s The Winter’s Tale

Deanna Smid 112

Chaos in Babel: Reconfiguring Biblical Archetypes in Monique Bosco’s Babel-Opéra

Nancy M. Arenberg 128

Percival Everett’s Signifying on Ralph Ellison’s Invisible Man in erasure

Robert J. Butler 141

Review Article

The Ethnic Avant-Garde
R. Bruce Elder 153

Book Reviews

Wong, Lawrence Wang-chi, and Bernhard Fuehrer, eds.
Sinologists as Translators in the Seventeenth to Nineteenth Centuries

Ji Lingjie 162

 

Phillips, Natalie M.

Distraction: Problems of Attention in Eighteenth-Century Literature

Alexis McQuigge 165

Blum, Hester, ed.

Turns of Event: Nineteenth-Century American Literary Studies in Motion

Melissa Gniadek 169

Bergin, Cathy, ed.

African-American Anti-Colonial Thought 1917-1937

David Mastey 172

Glick, Jeremy M.

The Black Radical Tragic: Performance, Aesthetics, and the Unfinished Haitian Revolution

Carolyn Fick 174

Mallot, J. Edward

Memory, Nationalism, and Narrative in Contemporary South Asia

Anna Guttman 177

Beggar, Abderrahman

Histoire et mémoire bouraouïennes I

Anne Marie Miraglia 179