Volume 13 Contents

The Work of the Wor(l)d: Comparative Literature and Global Studies
Antonis Balasopoulos and Stephanos Stephanides

Worlding the Global

The World 60s
Christopher Connery

The University, the Universe, the World, and "Globalization"
Masao Miyoshi

Literary History in Transnational Perspective

Hauntologies of Form: Race, Genre and the Literary World System
Vilashini Cooppan

Jack London on the Fringe of Things
Jonathan Auerbach

Interplaying National and Transnational Perspectives in post-1989 Comparative Literary History  
Marcel Cornis-Pope

Other People's Heroes: Intertexts, History, and Comparative Resistance to Totalization
Gregory B. Lee

Mapping Texts Differently: A Case for Re-reading the South African Imaginary
Liz Gunner

"Centers," "Peripheries," and Literary Politics

"Our Worldly Work Supplies Us": "Vulgarizing" Heidegger Through Argentinean Literature
Gisle Seines

Falsification, Robberies, and Irreverence in the Periphery: The Case of Borges and Kyriakidis  
Eleni Kefala

Globality is not Worldliness
R. Radhakrishnan

Book Reviews

Bensmaia, Reda. Experimental Nations. Or, the Invention of the Maghreb.
Apostolos Lampropoulos

Damrosch, David. What is World Literature?
Ansgar Nünning

Hardt, Michael and Antonio Negri. Multitude: War and Democracy in the Age of Empire.
Steven W. Thomas

The Longman Anthology of World Literature, Volume F, "The Twentieth Century." Edited by Djelal Kadir and Ursula K. Heise. General editor: David Damrosch.
Mads Rosendahl Thomsen

Prendergast, Christopher, ed. Debating World Literature.
Maria Margaroni