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[Commlist] Critical Arts, 34,(2) (2020) published – Special Issue: Rethinking Chinese Questions in Western Literary Theories

Fri Oct 16 11:20:21 GMT 2020

*Critical Arts, Volume 34, Issue 2 (2020) – Special Issue: Brand China*

*Guest Editor: *Jun Zeng <>


*Introduction *

Rethinking Chinese Questions in Western Literary Theories <>

Jun Zeng <>

*Articles *

Thinking on the Research Methods of Dialogism in Chinese and Western Literary Theories <>

Jun Zeng <>

A Critical Response to Western Critics’ Controversial Viewpoints on Chinese Traditional Narrative and Fiction Criticism <>

Guoqiang Qiao <>

Globalization, Divergence and Cultural Fecundity: Seeking Harmony in Diversity through François Jullien’s Transcultural Reflection on China <>

You Wu <>

Reception and Dissemination of /Qiyun Shengdong/ in the Western Art Criticism <>

Xia Wang <>

Remapping Taipei for Jameson? Rediscovering the Indigenization, Modernity, and Postmodernity of Taipei <>

Yuyu Wu <>

The Insight and Limitation of “Post-Theory”: The Poetics Problem of Chinese Cinema Carried by David Bordwell <>

Chen Yu <>

The Renewal of Western Philosophy: On Heidegger’s Expropriation of Lao Tzu’s Thought Through Xiao Shiyi <>

Haitian Zhou <>

/Yixiang/ (/意象/) in Contemporary Chinese Ink Installation Art <>

Siying Duan <>

“They’ve made our blood ties black”: On the Burst of Online Racism Towards the African in China’s Social Media <>

Tingting Liu <>& Zhuoyun Deng <>

*Book review *

Art, trade, and cultural mediation in Asia, 1600–1950 <>

/by Raquel A. G. Reyes, London, Palgrave Macmillan, 2019, xv + 131 pp., $61.75 (hardback) ISBN 978-1-13757-236-3 <>/

Jianwei Zheng <>& Wenjun Fan <>

*About Critical Arts*

From its inception, Critical Arts < the relationship between texts and contexts, cultural formations and popular forms of expression, mainly in the Third World, but after the 1994 transition in South Africa  Critical Arts repositioned itself in the South-North  and East-West nexus focusing on developing transdisciplinary epistemologies. Critical Arts ' authors are Africans debating Africa with the rest; and the rest debating Africa and the South and with each other.

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