Crossing oceans : reconfiguring American literary studies in the Pacific Rim(2004)
With the increasing globalization of culture, American literature has become a significant body of text for classrooms outside of the United States. Bringing together essays from a wide range of scholars in a number of countries, including China, Japan, Korea, Singapore, and the United States, Crossing Oceans focuses on strategies for critically reading and teaching American literature, especially ethnic American literature, within the Asia Pacific region. This book will be an important tool for scholars and teachers from around the globe who desire fresh perspectives on American literature from a variety of national contexts.
EditorNoelle Brada-Williams and Karen Chow
PublisherHong Kong University Press
Citation InformationNoelle Brada-Williams and Karen Chow. Crossing oceans : reconfiguring American literary studies in the Pacific Rim. Hong Kong(2004)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/angelanoelle_brada-williams/22/