Cambria Press congratulates Alison Groppe, assistant professor of Chinese literature at the University of Oregon, on the excellent reviews of her book, Sinophone Malaysian Literature: Not Made in China. The premier library academic journal CHOICE praises the book because it is “exceptionally well-researched.”
The journal Southeast Asian Studies also commends the book for being well-researched, adding that “[w]ith its comprehensive coverage, focused treatment, and lucid exposition, Sinophone Malaysian Literature marks a key reference volume in the English language on the topic” and that this “laudable book-length study has laid a solid foundation upon which scholars can investigate further to yield fresher insights about the uneasy making of modern Sinophone Southeast Asian subjects and their hybrid cultural identities.”
Browse this book at the Cambria Press booth (402) in the book exhibit hall and enter our #MLA15 book-giveaway draw for a chance to win this book, which is in the Cambria Sinophone World Series headed by Victor Mair (University of Pennsylvania).
Watch Dr. Victor Mair introduce the book at the AAS launch.
Visit the Cambria Press website.