Edited by Zahi Zalloua, Whitman College
Awarded the Phoenix Prize for Significant Editorial Achievement by the Council of Editors of Learned Journals in 1996, The Comparatist is a dynamic, well-established journal of comparative literature that has appeared annually since 1977. Its areas of focus include the comparative study of literature, cultural movements, and the arts; and literary and cultural theory. For more information, visit The Comparatist's website.
About the Editor
Zahi Zalloua is associate professor of French in the Department of Foreign Languages and Literature at Whitman College.
Frequency: Annually (October)
Size: 6" x 9", approx. 175 pages
Circulation: Approx. 200
Bibliographic information: ISSN: 0195-7678
Subscriptions: Volume 40, October 2016
Institutions (US) 1 yr: $70.00
Institutions (non-US) 1 yr: $78.00
Sample issues: Sent upon request to libraries, based on available stock.
Back issues: Most recent volumes available from publisher.
Online Access: Available from Project Muse.