Global Circulation Project

Edited By:

Regenia Gagnier - University of Exeter, UK
Laura Doyle - University of Massachusetts-Amherst, USA

Volume 14 (2017)

George Eliot's ‘Daniel Deronda’ and the Jewish Question in Russia of the 1870s–1900s
Boris M. Proskurnin

Volume 13 (2016)

Special issue on Labor Travels, Art Forms

Introduction: Labor Travels, Art Forms
Laura Doyle

Bangkok, Creole City: War Slaves, Refugees, and the Transformation of Culture in Urban Southeast Asia
Bryce Beemer

African Influences in Atlantic World Culture: Julie Dash's Daughters of the Dust
Babacar M'Baye

Working the Edges of the Nineteenth‐Century British Empire
Tim Watson

Reimagining Coolie Trajectories: The Triumphant Return as Political Statement in Late Qing “Coolie Fiction”
Elizabeth E. Weber

Josephine Baker Meets a Korean Housewife: Narrative Cartoons, Women's Labor, and the Circulation of Modern Fetish
Jang Wook Huh

Aras Ören and the (West) German Left
Ela Gezen

Belgo‐Congolese Transnational Comics Esthetics: Transcolonial Labor from Mongo Sisse's Bingo en Belgique to Cassiau‐Haurie and Baruti's Madame Livingstone: Congo, la Grande Guerre (2014)
Véronique Bragard

Special Issue on Hardy: Diverse Audiences

A Global Hardy
Angelique Richardson

Hardy and Chinese New Poetry
Zhenzhao Nie and Wen Guo

Anxiety, Angst, and the Search for Hardy's Chinese Tw[a]in

Shouhua Qi

Chinese Studies of Female Characters in Hardy's Novels: A Feminist Approach

Bo Ling

Hardy in Japan: Translators, Translation and Publication
Sanae Uehara

From Wessex to India: Adapting Hardy's Tess in Trishna
Sarah E. Maier

Bollywood Adaptations of Tess of the d'Urbervilles
Shanta Dutta

Discovering Hardy's Poetry in the Russian‐Speaking World
Ekaterina Novokreshchennykh

The Brazilian translations of Thomas Hardy's novels
Carolina Paganine


That Untravell'd World: The Problem of Thinking Globally in Victorian Studies
Sebastian Lecourt

Volume 12 (2015)

The Literary History of World‐Systems, II: World Literature and Deep Time
Matthew Eatough

The Literary History of World‐Systems, I: Marxist Lineages
Matthew Eatough

Special Issue: Twenty‐First Century “Chinoiserie”

Special Issue: Rabindranath Tagore's Global Vision

Translating the Ragionamento: Reframing Pietro Aretino as the Castigator of Courtesans
Kate De Rycker

World Literature and Japan: Tokyo, Worlding and Murakami Haruki
Rachel Stewart

Volume 11 (2014)

Special Issue: The Global Middle Ages

The New Zealand New Woman: Translating a British Cultural Figure to a Colonial Context
Kirby‐Jane Hallum

Dickens in New Zealand
Lydia Wevers

Crossing ‘The Beach’: Samoa, Stevenson and ‘The Beach at Falesá’
Mandy Treagus

Pacific Crossings: Oceania and the Circulation of Literature in the 19th Century
Jock Macleod and David Ellison

Samurai and Gentlemen: The Anglophone Japan Corpus and New Avenues into Orientalism (Part II)
Jenny Holt
See also: Teaching and Learning Guide

Samurai and Gentlemen: The Anglophone Japan Corpus and New Avenues into Orientalism (Part I)
Jenny Holt

Re‐visioning the Colonial City: Local Autonomy versus the Aesthetics of Intermixtures in the Age of Circulating Print Culture
Sambudha Sen

Volume 10 (2013)

Poe. The Politics of a Poetry without Politics (Part II)
Jerome McGann

Poe. The Politics of a Poetry without Politics (Part I)
Jerome McGann

The Global Circulation of Charles Dickens’s Novels
Regenia Gagnier

The Global Circulation of the Literatures of Decadence
Regenia Gagnier

The Transformations of Charles Dickens in Early Socialist Poland
Ewa Kujawska‐Lis

The Circulation of Oscar Wilde’s Prose and Poems in Japan (1868–1926)
Qi Chen

Volume 9 (2012)

The Global Circulation Project’s Forum on Global Modernisms
Laura Doyle and Regenia Gagnier

Translation and World Literature
Supriya Chaudhuri

How to Feel Global: The Modern, the Global and the World
Elleke Boehmer

On the Oxford Handbook of Global Modernisms; or the New WWJD
Steven Yao

Peripheralizing Modernity: Global Modernism and Uneven Development
Paul Young

Multiplied Modernities and Modernisms?
Ning Wang

Modernist Geographies: The Provinces and the World
Katie Trumpener

A Mad Mother and Her Dead Son: The Impact of the Irish Theatre on Modern Korean Theatre
Yuh. J. Hwang

Global Dickens: A Response to John Jordan
Juliet John

“The Walter Scott of Tahiti”: Robert Louis Stevenson’s Ballad Translation
Letitia Henville

‘Rati Viparite’: Gitagovinda and Erotic (Trans)migrations in Nineteenth Century Bengal I
Rangeet Sengupta

‘Rati Viparite’: Gitagovinda and Erotic (Trans)migrations in Nineteenth Century Bengal II
Rangeet Sengupta

TRANS-VICTORIANS: Poetics, Translation, English
Meredith Martin

Dialogue and Dialectic: A Response by Linda McJannet to Laura Doyle’s “Notes towards a Dialectical Method: Modernities, Modernisms, and the Crossings of Empire”
Linda McJannet

Volume 8 (2011)

Joyce in Southern Africa: A Response by Derek Attridge to Ariela Freedman’s ‘Global Joyce’
Derek Attridge

The Invention of Race in the European Middle Ages I: Race Studies, Modernity, and the Middle Ages
Geraldine Heng

The Invention of Race in the European Middle Ages II: Locations of Medieval Race
Geraldine Heng

The Popularity of Jane Eyre in China
Qinghong Wu and Lu Huang

Dickens on the Chinese Screen
Guo Ting

Volume 7 (2010)

The Anachronistic Novel: Reading Pearl S. Buck Alongside Franco Moretti
Stuart Christie

Call for Papers: Special Issue of Wiley-Blackwell’s Online Journal Literature Compass on the Global Middle Ages
Geraldine Heng and Lynn Ramey

Translating a Foreign Writer: A Case Study of Byron in China
Guo Ting

Hybrid Commodities, Gendered Aesthetics, and the Challenge of Cross-Cultural Comparison: A Response to Moretti’s ‘The Novel: History and Theory’
Ling Hon Lam and Dahlia Porter

The Not-Forgotten Empire: Images of Persia in English Renaissance Writing
Jane Grogan

British Romanticism and Latin America, 1: Shock and Awe in the New World
Joselyn M. Almeida

British Romanticism and Latin America, 2: Atlantic Revolution and British Intervention
Joselyn M. Almeida

Global Joyce
Ariela Freedman

Surveying the Eighteenth-Century Anglo-Indian Canon (p 597-609)
Norbert Schürer

Call for Responses to Franco Moretti on the Chinese and European Novel
Regenia Gagnier

The Distant Future? Reading Franco Moretti
Rachel Serlen

Notes Toward a Dialectical Method: Modernities, Modernisms, and the Crossings of Empire
Laura Doyle

Volume 6 (2009)

The Travels of Naturalism and the Challenges of a World Literary History
Christopher L. Hill

Global Dickens
John O. Jordan

A New Global Poetics?
Romana Huk

Romantic c/China: The Literature of Chinoiserie
Joanne Tong

Volume 4 (2007)

Lost in a World of Books: Reading and Identity in Pre-War Japan
Susan C. Townsend

Volume 3 (2006)

The New Woman in the New Millennium: Recent Trends in Criticism of New Woman Fiction
Ann Heilmann

Towards a Global Ecology of the Fin de Siècle
Regenia Gagnier and Martin Delveaux

Volume 1 (2004)

Globalizing the Eighteenth Century Urmi Bhowmik Romantic Period Writing and India
Andrew Rudd