Tag Archives: Haun Saussy

The Indiscipline of Comparison

I’m delighted to announce the publication of “The Indiscipline of Comparison,” a special issue of Comparative Literature Studies. Many thanks to the contributors, David Damrosch, Rita Felski, Haun Saussy, Shu-mei Shih, Karen Thornber, and Zhang Longxi. My heartfelt thanks also … Continue reading

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Compared to What?

You can now download  in MP3 and MP4 formats the fourth and final talk delivered by the incomparable Haun Saussy as the as 2014 University of Otago De Carle Distinguished Lecturer. In “Compared to What?” Saussy argues that “comparative literature … Continue reading

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Zhang Longxi on Comparison and Ethics

Zhang Longxi’s talk at the University of Otago on “Comparison and Ethics” is now available for download in MP3 and MP4 formats. The talk formed part of the “Comparing Comparisons” symposium, sponsored by Otago’s Comparative and Cross-Cultural Studies Research Theme … Continue reading

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Haun Saussy on History-Writing and Moral Community in China

The third in Haun Saussy’s series of De Carle Lectures, delivered in Dunedin, New Zealand, on Thursday, 2 October 2014, is now available for download as an MP3 or MP4. In “History-Writing and Moral Community in China,” Saussy argues that, “the … Continue reading

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Haun Saussy and Olga Solovieva in Dunedin

I was lucky enough to host Haun Saussy, Olga Solovieva, and their three children in Dunedin during September and October. As the 2014 University of Otago De Carle Distinguished Lecturer, Haun delivered four brilliant public lectures in Dunedin, the first … Continue reading

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Archive of the Now

I first attended the annual meeting of the American Comparative Literature Association a decade ago. It was a small affair gathering together a few hundred people on the somewhat desolate outskirts of Ann Arbor. In stark contrast, the ACLA’s latest … Continue reading

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Sinophone or Chinese?

I’ve been thinking about the term “Sinophone” lately for a couple of reasons. For one, over on Printculture Haun Saussy has recently posted on the dangers of assuming analogous relations among the various “-phones.” His target is the difference between … Continue reading

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