Solving the mystery of Stefan Zweig’s international success: new book out now!

My book on the Chinese reception of Stefan Zweig is out now! Abstract: During his lifetime Austrian novelist Stefan Zweig (1881–1942) was among the most widely read German-language writers in the world. Always controversial, he fell into critical disfavor as writers and critics in a devastated postwar Europe attacked the poor literary quality of his … Continue reading Solving the mystery of Stefan Zweig’s international success: new book out now!

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Coming soon: China’s Stefan Zweig

My book on the fascinating reception history of the Austrian writer Stefan Zweig (1881-1942) in the Chinese-speaking world is forthcoming with University of Hawai'i Press (Critical Interventions) this winter! Watch out for updates!   image: book cover (c) University of Hawai'i Press  

Guest Lecture: Prof. Mark Gamsa on Translation and Intellectual Geography

ALL WELCOME! Prof. Mark Gamsa (Tel Aviv University) Translation and Intellectual Geography: Lu Xun’s Engagement with Gogol’s Dead Souls Date: Wednesday, April 5, 2017 Time: 18:30 Location: SIN 1, at the Department for East Asian Studies/Chinese Studies This talk presents a new article, due to be published in the next issue of the journal Modern … Continue reading Guest Lecture: Prof. Mark Gamsa on Translation and Intellectual Geography