Table of Contents
Thinking the Global With Literature: Introduction
Yeung, Heather H.
Recentering the Peripheral: An Event-Based Ecocritical Methodology for World Literature
Transpacific Resonances and Affiliations in Leanne Dunic’s to Love the Coming End and Ruth Ozeki’s the Tale for the Time Being
Exposure and Black Migrancy in Teju Cole
Failing States, Human (In)Security, and the American World Novel
Old and New Names. Afropolitanism, Failed-State Fiction and World Literature
More than Global? A Roundtable Discussion
Wilson, Rob / Banerjee, Sandeep / Schulze-Engler, Frank / Zalloua, Zahi / Xie, Ming / Ghosh, Ranjan
Maya Jasanoff: The Dawn Watch: Joseph Conrad in a Global World
Baxter, Katherine Isobel
Ulf Hannerz, Andre Gingrich: Small Countries. Structures and Sensibilities
Dorothy L. Hodgson, Judith A. Byfield: Global Africa. Into the Twenty-First Century
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