Transnational Literature is an online, open-access journal which is produced twice a year by TRACE. It is also the focus of an annual conference.
Transnational Literature aims to host international conversations by publishing scholarly articles, as well as hybrid and creative works.
We view national borders – and the transcendence of borders – as places where creativity can flourish and where new ways of thinking and expression can emerge. Some of these emergent ideas might be playful and optimistic; others might prompt uncomfortable, but important, conversations.
To read our current issue, view past issues, sign up for our calls, or find out more about the conference, please visit the Transnational Literature homepage.
The first issue of Transnational Literature was published in November 2008 by the then-Flinders Humanities Research Centre, under the editorship of Dr Gillian Dooley.