These books represent three unquestionable contributions in the fields of cosmopolitanism, transcultural studies, world literature(s) studies, and comparative literature. They address in innovative and challenging ways several persistent questions in these fields as well as pose new crucial questions that will impact the future developments of these domains and their theoretical paradigms. All books successfully apply multiple theoretical approaches which allow for a wide and inclusive scholarly debate on the meaning and implications of globalism, (European, regional) identity, literature, figurality, culture, the (post) national, Europe(annes), Eurocentrism, and translation today.

Cosmopolitanism and the Postnational; Literature and the New Europe edited by Cesar Dominguez and Theo D'haen is a selection of essays that explores further the meaning and complexity of the terms cosmopolitanism, postnational, and N/new Europe (1) and the most important phenomena related to them in the present political and cultural moment in Europe.

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