History of World Literature is an international journal that publishes the latest developments in the field of literature, mainly focusing on the historical phenomenon of literature and its development rules. It covers an extremely wide range of fields, involving literary theory, comparative literature, children's literature, oriental literature, world literature history, Chinese literature, English literature, American literature, European literature, African literature, etc. The period spans from the earliest civilizations to the literature and culture of the present.
As an important authoritative journal in the field of world literature research, the journal History of World Literature is rich in content and faithful in translation. This journal has always followed the principle of paying equal attention to history and logic, centered on the construction and deconstruction of modernity, and divided the development of world literature into four parts: ancient literature, medieval literature, modern literature and modern and contemporary literature. Because of its professionalism and richness, History of World Literature has won a good reputation among the majority of literary researchers, and has played an important role in improving the overall international cultural level and promoting cultural exchanges.
New research achievements and topics in the fields of literary theory, comparative literature, literary criticism, and foreign literature are welcomed; papers on academic discussions and professional reviews are also accepted. We strive to present the history of world literature in a comprehensive and three-dimensional way, so that readers can easily acquire knowledge while providing them with a broader cultural vision, aesthetic feeling, imagination space and pleasant experience.
The topics covered will include:
Early human civilization
The challenge of world literature
The relationship between world literature and comparative literature
The cosmopolitan of Chinese literature
The rise and fall of world literature
The crisis of comparative literature
World literature and translation
Comparative and world literature
World literature classics
Third world literature
The development of South American and Eastern European literature
World literature and intercultural communication
World literature, national literature and regional literature
Contemporary transformation of literary concept
National literature and world literature