Front. Lit. Stud. China 2013, 7(3): 325332 DOI 10.3868/s010-002-013-0018-4 It is a great honor to have been invited to serve as guest editor of an issue of Frontiers of Literary Studies in China containing essays by my teachers and colleagues on Zhang Taiyan and Lu Xun, with a particular focus on China's literature, humanistic tradition and their relation to the modern era, starting in the nineteenth century and running to the present. The volume stems from a conference organized in Sydney with the help of my colleagues in Chinese Studies at the University of New South Wales (UNSW). We benefitted from the support of our former Head of School, Hans Hendrischke, who secured conference funding from the Hanban through the good offices of then newly-founded Confucius Institute at UNSW and from the organizational help of Lu Jia, Barbara Hendrischke and others. In my own research, which was directly related to the topic of the conference, I have also benefitted from support from both the Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation and the Australian Research Council, all of whom I should like to thank at the outset. The antecedents of this conference were the Late Qing Living Texts Workshops held at Columbia
Frontiers of Literary Studies in China – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 2013
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