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期刊名稱中外文學
ISSN0303-0849
出版單位臺北市:國立臺灣大學外國語文學系
語言繁體中文 (Traditional Chinese)
主題文學(Literature)
出版現況出刊月:3,6,9,12。正常出刊,1972創刊。
刊名異動 
期刊簡介THCI Core。季刊,國立臺灣大學外國語文學系發行,國立臺灣大學出版中心出版,1972年創刊,每年3、6、9、12月出刊,為華文文學界、文化界與文化研究相關領域中最重要的學術期刊之一,多年來不論主編群或作者群,創新專輯與名筆佳文輩出,並能雅俗共賞。

《中外文學》的刊名標示著內容的兼容並蓄:無論中國文學、外國文學、比較文學、或是創作、翻譯,皆是關懷重點。為能符合時代脈動與市場需求,歷任主編時有創新改版之舉,如:不以傳統的綜合性文學雜誌出版,改以專輯或專號的形式出刊,每期針對特定焦點議題進行深入探討;邀請國內外學有專精的學者,協助設計專刊;將關懷重點擴充到文化與社會範疇,同時也增加與當代臺灣相關議題的評介;藉由策畫書評、訪談、圓桌論壇或筆談等形式,讓期刊除了正式論文版面之外,尚有不同觀點對話、辯詰,進而更深入探究廣義的文學及文化議題的管道與平台。

本刊從1997年起,連續四年榮獲行政院文建會頒發的「優良文學雜誌獎」;2004年10月榮獲行政院國家科學委員會頒發「優良期刊獎」;自2017年9月號,起列名於國際資料庫Emerging Sources Citation Index(ESCI)、MLA Directory of Periodicals,及國家圖書館TCI資料庫等;2017年經科技部「臺灣人文及社會科學期刊評比暨核心期刊收錄」評為第一級期刊,並收錄為人文學核心期刊(簡稱THCI)(綜合類)。

Journal TitleChung Wai Literary Quarterly
ISSN0303-0849
PublisherTaipei:Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures, National Taiwan University
Language繁體中文 (Traditional Chinese)
Discipline文學(Literature)
STATUSPublished in Mar,Jun,Sep and Dec.,Regular release. Founded in 1972.
Former Journal Title 
IntroductionTHCI Core. Launched in 1972, Chung-Wai Literary Monthly is a pioneering journal on comparative studies of Chinese literature and literatures from other parts of the world. During the late 1980s Chung-Wai also branched out to carry research papers on cultural studies when the field was emerging in Taiwan then and established itself as a renowned interdisciplinary scholarly journal. Awarded as an excellent academic Journal by Taiwan’s National Science Council, Chung-Wai has consistently won the recognition and recommendation of Chinese-language scholars and researchers worldwide. Each issue of Chung-Wai features a theme. It has published special issues dedicated to Minor Theatre, Economy of Exchange, Transnational Culture and Taiwanese Literature, Native North American Literature, Urban Space and Cultural Governance, Literary Studies and Biblical Tradition, Shakespeare, Gustave Flaubert, Chinese Culture in an Inter-Asian Context, London’s Urban Literature, Digital Culture, Chinese-Language Literature in the United States, Japanese Literature, Don Quixote, Biosemiotics, Hospitality, Crossing and In-Betweenness, Cultural Translation in the Asian Context, Post-Fifth Generation Mainland Chinese Films, and so forth. Most of the special issues are edited by guest-editors, all distinguished scholars in their own fields. In addition to themed articles, every issue also includes research articles on cutting-edge theories and practices in literary and cultural studies. A meeting place for a wide range of disciplines and theoretical approaches, Chung-Wai continues to serve as a forum for challenging disciplinary boundaries, fostering innovative connections, and examining the relevance of comparative literary studies in the contemporary world.