Special issues:

Literature and Linguistics (Vol. 1 No. 2); Literature and Violence (Vol. 3 Nos. 1-2)

Women, Consumption and Popular Culture (Vol. 4 No. 1); Life, Community, and Ethics (Vol. 4. No. 2)

The Making of Barbarians in Western Literature (Vol. 5 No. 1); Chaos and Fear in Contemporary British Literature (Vol. 5 No. 2)

Taiwan Cinema before Taiwan New Wave Cinema (Vol. 6 No. 1); Catastrophe and Cultural Imaginaries (Vol. 6 No. 2)

Affective Perspectives from East Asia (Vol. 9 No. 2); Longing and Belonging (Vol. 10 No. 2, produced in collaboration with the European Network for Comparative Literary Studies)

Transatlantic Literary and Cultural Relations, 1776 to the Present (Vol. 11 No. 2). 


Jen-yi Hsu is Associate Professor in the Department of English at National Dong Hwa University, Taiwan. Her research interests include 20th-century Anglo-American lesbian writers and comparative studies of (anti)globalization discourse and literature. Her articles have appeared in Comparative Literature Studies, Feminist Studies in English Literature, NTU Studies in Language and Literature, EurAmerica, and so forth.

Sarah Yihsuan Tso is Assistant Professor at National Taiwan Normal University. She is the author of Global Time-Space Reorderings: Literary, Cultural, and Cinematic Transformations (2014). She has published journal articles and book chapters on globalization, American multicultural poetry, feminism, John Keats, and Taiwanese poetry, culture, and cinema.

Yih-Dau Wu is Assistant Professor in the Department of English, National Chengchi University, Taiwan. He completed his PhD at the University of Cambridge, where he studied eighteenth-century and Romantic-period literature. His research interests focus on women novelists in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries.

Yen-Chi Wu is a PhD student of English at University College Cork, Ireland and an awardee of the Irish Research Council Government of Ireland Postgraduate Scholarships. His articles have appeared in NTU Studies in Language and Literature and Fiction and Drama. His research interests include Irish Studies, Postcolonial Studies, and Twentieth-Century American Literature.

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