Christopher L. Hill writes on transnational literary and intellectual history. He is the author of
National History and the World of Nations (Duke, 2008), “Nana in the World: Novel, Gender, and Transnational Form” in MLQ (Mar. 2011), “Conceptual Universalization in the Transnational Nineteenth Century,” in Global Intellectual History (Columbia, 2013), “Crossed Geographies: Endô and Fanon in Lyon” in Representations (Fall 2014) and other articles and chapters.
Hill’s book Figures of the World: The Naturalist Novel and Transnational Form, on the transnational career of the naturalist novel, will be published in Northwestern University Press’ FlashPoints series in summer 2020. He is currently working on a third book-length project on Japanese intellectual culture in the “Bandung moment” of the 1950s and 1960s. He publishes regularly on nineteenth and twentieth century Japanese literature and intellectual history.