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 is currently working on two projects, a history of the transnational career of the naturalist novel and a study of Japanese intellectual culture in the “Bandung moment” of the 1950s. He publishes regularly on nineteenth and twentieth century Japanese literature and intellectual history.