Comparative Literature and Culture

Series Editors: Timothy Mathews and Florian Mussgnug 

Comparative Literature and Culture explores new creative and critical perspectives on literature, art and culture. Contributions offer a comparative, cross-cultural and interdisciplinary focus, showcasing exploratory research in literary and cultural theory, cultural history, material and visual cultures, and reception studies. This broad idea of the comparative is further understood to welcome the family of work in creative critical writing and practice as research. Thought on Humanities-based activism is also welcomed. Finally, Comparative Literature and Culture is open to language-based research, particularly work on the changing role of national and minority languages and cultures. The series includes the annual edited volume of the Hermes Consortium for Literary and Cultural Studies ( 
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