Cambria Sinophone Translation Series

About the Series

The Cambria Sinophone Translation Series is committed to bringing high-quality works from all areas of the Sinophone world into English translation. We understand the Sinophone to be suggestive of intellectual possibilities rather than defined by geopolitical concerns. As such, we imagine the Sinophone as possessing the potential to refer to texts composed in a diversity of languages and identifying with a wide range of cultural traditions, national identities, ethnic backgrounds, and historical periods that are connected to "Sino-" experiences. The series will publish works that explore the realms of the Sinophone and welcomes proposals that expand our understanding of the term. Genres include but are not limited to fiction (full-length novels and short-story collections), poetry, and memoir.

Editorial Board

Professor Kyle Shernuk (Georgetown University) is the series editor, and Professor Christopher Lupke (University of Alberta) is the advisor. The board members are:

  • John Balcom (Middlebury Institute of International Studies)
  • Mark Bender (Ohio State University)
  • Michael Berry (UCLA)
  • Chan Cheow Thia (National University of Singapore)
  • Jannis Jizhou Chen (CUHK)
  • Howard Chiang (UC Santa Barbara)
  • Kuei-fen Chiu (Chung-hsing University)
  • Chih-wei Chung (Fu Jen Catholic University, Taiwan)
  • Howard Goldblatt (University of Notre Dame)
  • Hsin-Chin Evelyn Hsieh (National Taiwan University)
  • Dingru Huang (Tufts University)
  • Theodore Huters (UCLA)
  • Wilt Idema (Harvard University)
  • Mabel Lee (University of Sydney)
  • Yu-lin Lee (Academia Sinica)
  • Sebastian Hsien-hao Liao (National Taiwan University)
  • Pei-yin Lin (University of Hong Kong)
  • Sylvia Li-chun Lin (University of Notre Dame)
  • Victor Mair (University of Pennsylvania)
  • Bonnie McDougall (University of Sydney)
  • Mei Chia-ling (National Taiwan University)
  • David Der-wei Wang (Harvard University)
  • Frances Weightman (University of Leeds)

New Submissions

All proposals for this series must be submitted directly to the press here and not to the series editor or series advisor.

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