Cambria Press Book Review: MCLC lauds Rethinking Chineseness for being a “well-written and researched” book!

Cambria Press academic publisher Review Rethinking Chineseness
Cambria Press Book Review: Rethinking Chineseness

Cambria Press congratulates E. K. Tan on the glowing review of his book in Modern Chinese Literature and Culture (MCLC) by Dr. Karen Thornber (Professor of Comparative Literature, Harvard University). The book review lauds E. K. Tan’s interdisciplinary Rethinking Chineseness: Translational Sinophone Identities in the Nanyang Literary World because it is a “well-written and researched” book that “makes important contributions to Sinophone studies, Chinese studies, and Southeast Asian Studies, as well as to scholarship on diaspora, comparative literature, and world literature.” Read the entire MCLC review!

This book is part of the the Cambria Sinophone World Series headed by Professor Victor Mair.

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