Comparative Literature Studies is a journal devoted to comparative research in literary history, the history of ideas, critical theory, studies between authors, and literary relations within and beyond the Western tradition.
Jack Lynch's Literary Resources on the Net is the best place to go to find web pages, listserves, on-line texts and any other e-resources to make your life easier.
Web site of literary and cultural studies: Alan Liu's excellent Voice of the Shuttle, now organized around a database, connects to an enormous number of resources in general humanities, cyberculture, literary theory, gender studies, etc.
"In Comparative Literature, you are always encouraged to ‘craft your own theoretical lens’ for interpreting texts. And just as we interpret everything around us, CompLit recognizes that everything is a text whether it be high art or pop art or a training manual."