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Academic Information on
An in-depth resource on all aspects of comparative literature.
American Comparative Literature
The American Comparative Literature Association, founded in 1960, is the principal
learned society in the United States for scholars whose work involves several
literatures and cultures as well as the premises of cross-cultural literary
The British Comparative Literature Association (BCLA), aims to promote the
scholarly study of literature without confinement to national or linguistic
boundaries, and in relation to other disciplines. The BCLA's primary interests
are in literature, the contexts of literature and the interaction between
Literature and Culture: A WWW Journal
CLCWeb is a peer-refereed online learned journal, published quarterly. CLCWeb
publishes scholarship in the widest definition of the discipline of comparative
literature and culture and it combines traditional comparative literature
with comparative cultural studies.
The Committee on Comparative
Literature at Washington University
The combined Ph.D. programs consist of complete graduate training in one literature,
considerable study of a second literature, and intensive course work in comparatist
methodology and literary theory.
Literature: Associations, Institutes, and Societies
A directory of comparative literature contacts.
Literature: Selected Resources
This list includes only pages which provide further links to resources in
Comparative Literature. Yahoo's index of College and University Comparative
Literature departments may be useful as well.
Eclat! The Essential Comparative
Literature and Theory Site
The site of the Comparative Literature program at the University of Pennsylvania.
Includes links to similar programs at other universities.
Higher Education: Europe,
Middle East and Asia: Comparative Literature
A list of titles of interest to the comparative literature enthusiast.
International Comparative Literature
Welcome to the International Comparative Literature Association. This page
is designed to be a source for information about the AILC/ICLA and its organization
and membership. Since its establishment in 1954, the Association has been
a major proponent of international research in the field of comparative literature.
The Official Journal of the
American Comparative Literature Association
Comparative Literature welcomes articles that explore important issues of
literary history not confined to a single national literature. We also encourage
submissions that address significant problems in literary theory.
University of Delaware
A list of resources from the University of Delaware library.
What is Comparative Literature?
An introduction to comparative literature as a study option.
Comparative Literature links from Yahoo.com.