Special Issue
Garnering Diversities in Comparative Literature Guest Editor: Jessica Tsui-yan Li

Introduction: Garnering Diversities in Comparative Literature
Jessica Tsui-yan Li 191

From Here to There: Diversity and Interdisciplinarity in the Practice of Comparative Literature
Paul Morris 197

Teaching Literatures in the Age of Digital Media
Eleanor Ty 213

Art and Ideology in China’s Postsocialist Stage Productions of A Doll’s House
Kwok-kan Tam 222

The Veil as National Allegory: Cinema, Visual Arts, and the Epistemological Trope of Fabric
Walid El Khachab 243

Stalker : Art, communauté, migration (Marche, repas, récit)
Lambert Barthélémy 262

Faces of the Self in Modern Chinese Literature
Terry Siu-han Yip 275

Ambiguous Agency: Commercial Surrogacy in Yi Shu’s A Complicated Story and Its Film Adaptation
Jessica Tsui-yan Li 290

Tropical Escapes: Canadian Travellers, Latin America, and Sex
Albert Braz 300

Winnie Verloc: A Case of “Female Malady” in The Secret Agent
Pouneh Saeedi 315

Book Reviews

Fletcher, Angus
Comic Democracies: From Ancient Athens to the American Republic
Robert Danisch 328

Lindvall, Terry
God Mocks: A History of Religious Satire from the Hebrew Prophets to Stephen Colbert
Heather Ladd 331

Wong, Edlie L.
Racial Reconstruction: Black Inclusion, Chinese Exclusion, and the Fictions of Citizenship
Lyndsay Campbell 334

Nakamura, Miri
Monstrous Bodies: The Rise of the Uncanny in Modern Japan
Seth Jacobowitz 336

Norman, Will
Transatlantic Aliens: Modernism, Exile, and Culture in Midcentury America
Ian Afflerbach 340

Lopez, Lori Kido
Asian American Media Activism: Fighting for Cultural Citizenship
Eleanor Ty 343

Caruth, Cathy
Unclaimed Experience: Trauma, Narrative, and History
Brittany Hirth 345