Google full text of our books:


BROWSE PRINCETON'S SERIES (by title) in Translation/Transnation

Emily Apter, Series Editor

Translation/Transnation is devoted to developing approaches and topics that place renewed emphasis on the literary dimension of transnationalism. It investigates the politics of language, accent, and literacy; translation and the global marketplace; comparative literary movements and genres; the future status of national assignations in textual classification; the need for new paradigms of comparative literary history and historiography; and related themes.

Go to Listing by Date | Go to Listing by Author | Princeton Legacy Library by Subject/Date

bookjacketAmbassadors of Culture:
The Transamerican Origins of Latino Writing
Kirsten Silva Gruesz

bookjacketArchives of Authority:
Empire, Culture, and the Cold War
Andrew N. Rubin

bookjacketDictionary of Untranslatables:
A Philosophical Lexicon
Edited by: Barbara Cassin, Emily Apter, Jacques Lezra, Michael Wood

bookjacketThe Event of Postcolonial Shame
Timothy Bewes

bookjacketExperimental Nations:
Or, the Invention of the Maghreb
Réda Bensmaïa

bookjacketGuru English:
South Asian Religion in a Cosmopolitan Language
Srinivas Aravamudan

bookjacketHamlet's Arab Journey:
Shakespeare's Prince and Nasser's Ghost
Margaret Litvin

bookjacketIn Spite of Partition:
Jews, Arabs, and the Limits of Separatist Imagination
Gil Z. Hochberg

bookjacketIn the Shadow of World Literature:
Sites of Reading in Colonial Egypt
Michael Allan

bookjacketLearning Zulu:
A Secret History of Language in South Africa
Mark Sanders

bookjacketThe Literary Channel:
The Inter-National Invention of the Novel
Edited by: Margaret Cohen, Carolyn Dever

bookjacketNation, Language, and the Ethics of Translation
Edited by: Sandra Bermann, Michael Wood

bookjacketThe Novel and the Sea
Margaret Cohen

bookjacketPoetry of the Revolution:
Marx, Manifestos, and the Avant-Gardes
Martin Puchner

bookjacketThe Portable Bunyan:
A Transnational History of The Pilgrim’s Progress
Isabel Hofmeyr

bookjacketThe Princeton Sourcebook in Comparative Literature:
From the European Enlightenment to the Global Present
Edited by: David Damrosch, Natalie Melas, Mbongiseni Buthelezi

Politics, Humanity, and the Philology of Care
John T. Hamilton

bookjacketThe Spread of Novels:
Translation and Prose Fiction in the Eighteenth Century
Mary Helen McMurran

bookjacketThe Translation Zone:
A New Comparative Literature
Emily Apter

bookjacketUtopian Generations:
The Political Horizon of Twentieth-Century Literature
Nicholas Brown

bookjacketWe, the People of Europe?:
Reflections on Transnational Citizenship
Étienne Balibar - Translated by: James Swenson

bookjacketWhat Is World Literature?
David Damrosch

bookjacketWriting Outside the Nation
Azade Seyhan

Return to Series Menu

File created: 6/19/2017

Questions and comments to:
Princeton University Press

New Book E-mails
New In Print
PUP Blog
Princeton APPS
Sample Chapters
Princeton Legacy Library
Exam/Desk Copy
Recent Awards
Princeton Shorts
Freshman Reading
PUP Europe
About Us
Contact Us
PUP Home

Bookmark and Share