Aims and Scope
Journal of Foreign Languages and Cultures promotes comparative literature, critical theory, and cultural studies all around the world. JFLC aspires to be a leading forum for the critical examination of these fields and their various genres. JFLC aims to provide a space for much-needed dialogue among global scholars and students of languages, literatures, and cultures.
JFLC embraces a comparative and interdisciplinary outlook, and welcomes contributions with cross-cultural, transnational, and trans-regional perspectives on the literatures and cultures. JFLC also addresses the critical assessment of literatures in translation, as well as global literary circulation. JFLC is committed to a broader textual spectrum than the established concepts of literature, and is therefore open to submissions on visual arts, music, theater and cinema. JFLC offers a venue for the expansion of scholarly networks, and welcomes book reviews along with translations of poetry, fiction, and nonfiction.