Comparative Literature in China (CLC) is an authoritative academic journal of comparative literature and world literature in Mainland China. CLC, founded in 1984, is the official publication of Chinese Comparative Literature Association (CCLA), jointly sponsored by CCLA and Shanghai International Studies University (SISU), published by Shanghai Foreign Language Education Press, oriented to professionals in comparative literature and related fields as well as to literary enthusiasts.
CLC, featuring the translingual, transcultural, transnational and transdisciplinary comparative theoretical and methodological approaches, embraces intersectional analyses concerning Sino-foreign literary theories, movements, schools, writers and works, covers interdisciplinary studies on Sino-foreign literary relations, literary translation, literary art, and the development of comparative literature as a discipline, etc.. The journal is committed to promoting scholarly exchanges and dialogues between Chinese and foreign comparative literature, exploring comparative literature studies with Chinese characteristics, and timely exhibiting academic frontier and latest development in the field of comparative literature home and aboard.
CLC is the source journal of Chinese Social Sciences Citation Index (CSSCI), the core journal of Chinese humanities and social sciences, and indexed in A Guide to the Core Journals of China. The journal is a quarterly publication, issued on the 25th of January, April, July and October, with the current size of 16mo×18 sheets in a total of 288 pages (including the table of contents). The journal does not charge the publication fee in any form.