Zhang, Longxi

 

Zhang, Longxi

張隆溪

ZHANG Longxi張隆溪holds an MA in English from Peking University and a Ph. D. in Comparative Literature from Harvard University. He had taught at Peking, Harvard, and the University of California, Riverside, and is currently Chair Professor of Comparative Literature and Translation at the City University of Hong Kong. He was elected a foreign member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Letters, History and Antiquities in 2009 and a foreign member of Academia Europaea in 2013. He serves as an Advisory Editor of New Literary History, and co-editor of two book series—Brill’s Humanities in China Library and Brill’s East Asian Comparative Literature and Culture. He has published more than 20 books and numerous articles in both English and Chinese, and his major book publications include 《二十世紀西方文論述評》[A Critical Introduction to Twentieth-Century Theories of Literature] (Beijing: Joint Publishing Co., 1986); The Tao and the Logos: Literary Hermeneutics, East and West (Duke, 1992); Mighty Opposites: From Dichotomies to Differences in the Comparative Study of China (Stanford, 1998); 《走出文化的封閉圈》[Out of the Cultural Ghetto] (Hong Kong: Commercial Press, 2000, Beijing: Joint Publishing Co., 2004); 《中西文化研究十論》 [Ten Essays in Chinese-Western Cross-Cultural Studies] (Shanghai: Fudan, 2005, 2010); Allegoresis: Reading Canonical Literature East and West (Cornell, 2005); Unexpected Affinities: Reading across Cultures (Toronto, 2007); 《比較文學研究入門》[An Introduction to Comparative Literature] (Shanghai: Fudan, 2009); 《靈魂的史詩﹕失樂園》[A Spiritual Epic: Paradise Lost] (Taipei: Net and Books, 2010); 《一轂集》[Collection of Thirty Essays] (Shanghai: Fudan, 2011); 《文學、歷史、思想﹕中西比較研究》[Literature – History – Thought: Chinese-Western Comparative Studies] (Hong Kong: Joint Publishing Co., 2012); 《從比較文學到世界文學》[From Comparative Literature to World Literature] (Shanghai: Fudan, 2012); 《闡釋學與跨文化研究》[Hermeneutics and Cross-Cultural Studies]. Beijing: Joint Publishing Co., 2014); an edited volume, The Concept of Humanity in an Age of Globalization (Göttingen: V&R unipress, 2012); and a forthcoming book, From Comparison to World Literature (SUNY, 2014).