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Asian American Literature in Transition is an essential tool for researchers who are interested in understanding the concerns, methods, and contestations driving research about literary works written by Asian Americans and Asians in the diaspora. Each of its four volumes focuses on a historic period, starting in 1830 and moving to the present. These volumes reveal what scholars have already learned and continue to discover and illuminate about the literature from their periods, including the latest recovery of forgotten texts, conversations across national boundaries, and a foregrounding of intense literary debates. As such, the series both captures a dynamic field in motion and sets an agenda for the work to come.

  • General Editors: Rajini Srikanth, University of Massachusetts, Boston, Min Song, Boston College, Massachusetts