Møller-Olsen, Astrid (2022). Sensing the SinophoneUrban Memoryscapes in Contemporary Fiction. Cambria Press.


Møller-Olsen, Astrid (2022). “Trees Keep Time: An Ecocritical Approach to Literary Temporality.” Ecocriticism and Chinese Literature: Imagined Landscapes and Real Lived Spaces. Edited By Riccardo Moratto, Nicoletta Pesaro, Di-kai Chao. Routledge.

Møller-Olsen, Astrid (2015): “Dissolved in Liquor and Life: Drinkers and Drinking Cultures in Mo Yan’s Novel Liquorland.” Commensality: From Everyday Food to Feast. Edited by Kerner, Chou, Warmind. Bloomsbury.


Møller-Olsen, Astrid (2022). “Introduction: Chronotopia: Urban Space and Time in Twenty-First-Century Sinophone Film and Fiction.” Prism: Theory and Modern Chinese Literature 19 (1): 1–5. Full text here.

Møller-Olsen, Astrid (2022). “Take the Elevator to Tomorrow: Mobile Space and Lingering Time in Contemporary Urban Fiction.” Prism: Theory and Modern Chinese Literature 19 (1): 86-101.

Møller-Olsen, Astrid (2020). “Sounding the Dream: Crosscultural Reverberations between Can Xue and Jorge Luis Borges.” Canadian Review of Comparative Literature / Revue Canadienne de Littérature Comparée 47 (4): 463-479.

Møller-Olsen, Astrid (2020). “Data Narrator: Digital Chronotopes in Contemporary Chinese Science Fiction.” SFRA Review 50 (2-3), Special Issue: Alternative Sinofuturisms (中华未来主义). Full text here.

Møller-Olsen, Astrid (2020). ‘The city is a journey: heritage and memory in Zhu Tianxin’s novella The Old Capital.’ International Journal of Heritage Studies. Full text here.

Møller-Olsen, Astrid (2020). Seven Senses of the City: Urban Spacetime and Sensory Memory in Contemporary Sinophone Fiction. Lund University (PhD dissertation).

Møller-Olsen, Astrid (2017). ‘Fictional Dictionaries: Power and Philosophy of Language in Contemporary Chinese Fiction.’ Modern Chinese Literature and Culture 29 (2): 66-108. Full text here.

Møller-Olsen, Astrid (2013): ‘Den Daoistiske Ædedolk: Daoisme og Spisning i Ah Chengs Novelle “Kongen af Skak” [The Daoist Glutton: Daoism and Eating in Ah Cheng’s Short Story ‘The King of Chess”.’ CHAOS – Skandinavisk tidsskrift for religionshistoriske studier 59 – Religion og Litteratur. Full text here (Danish).

Møller-Olsen, Astrid (2011): ‘Det Menneskeædende Samfund: Lu Xuns brug af Kannibalisme som Litterært Motiv [A Man-eating Civilization: Lu Xun’s use of Cannibalism as a Literary Motif].’ Trappe Tusind – Tidsskrift for Litteraturvidenskab 6. Full text here (Danish).

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