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Professor Wen-chin Ouyang FBA

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About this Fellow

Appointments

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  • Professor of Arabic and Comparative Literature, SOAS University of London

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The Silk Roads of comparative literature

At the heart of comparative literature worldwide is the idea of cultural encounter. Professor Wen-chin Ouyang FBA explores how we define and understand the field of comparative literature. 29 Jan 2019
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Publications

Other Africa, Asia and the Middle East Fellows

Professor Harri Englund

African-language political and moral thought; the historical-linguistic translation of freedom, equality and human rights; the racial and humanitarian politics of Christian missions in 19th-century Africa

Dr Annabel Teh Gallop

Writing traditions, book cultures and the art of the Qur’an in Southeast Asia and the Indian Ocean world; Malay and Indonesian manuscripts, letters, documents and seals, and comparative Islamic diplomatics

Professor Peter Zieme

The literary and religious heritage of Turkic peoples in Central Asia between the 8th and 14th centuries; edition of Old Uyghur texts of various contents; studies on literature and religion based on these materials