Reexamining the National-Philological Legacy
Quest for a New Paradigm?
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|Editeur du volume||Vladimir Biti|
|Editeur||Rodopi - Brill|
|Distributeur||Association de Boccard|
Has thinking, working and teaching in terms of national literatures become obsolete in today’s globalized world of hyphenated languages, literatures and cultures? Since the rise of modern European national philologies coincided with the emergence of modern European nation-states, does the dissolution of the latter in the European supranational unity imply the suspension of the former? Or we must, on the contrary, consider the fact that today’s Europe is not only postnational but, in its re-nationalized East-Central-European part, post-multinational as well, i.e., emerging out of the breakdown of the postimperial state formations such as the Soviet Union, Czechoslovakia and Yugoslavia?
Contents Vladimir Biti: Introduction: Reexamining the National-Philological Legacy: Quest for a New Paradigm? Section I. The Hyphenation of Literature: A Genealogy Vladimir Biti: The Janus Face of Literary Bildung: Education and/or Self-Formation? Section II. Decomposing Nations, Establishing Contact Zones: Toward a New Idea of Literature Mario Grizelj: ‘Back’ to the West. Homecoming and Alterity around 1830 John Neubauer: “Humbly Report”? Svejk’s Voices from Exile Svend Erik Larsen: With Other Eyes or the Eyes of Others? A Scandinavian Case Eduardo F. Coutinho: The National Concept of Literature and Minority Group’s Identities in Latin America Section III. The Spectral Border: ‘Major’ and ‘Minor’ Identities Mladen Lazic and Jelena Pešic: National and European Identities among Political Elites and Population in European Countries Galin Tihanov: Do ‘Minor Literatures’ Still Exist? The Fortunes of a Concept in the Changing Frameworks of Literary History Guido Snel: After the Bridge: The Bosnian War as a European Trauma in the Work of Emir Suljagic and Aleksandar Hemon Section IV. The Politics of the Improper: Community as a Limit-Experience Ulrike Kistner: The Literary-Political Beyond Nation, State, Nation-State. Critical Unhingings in the Thought of Jan Patocka and Hannah Arendt Aleksandar Mijatovic: Heteroessences: Community, Demonstratives and Interpretation in Agamben’s Philosophy of Language Zrinka Božic Blanuša: What about the Politics of Deconstruction? Notes on Contributors
|Date de parution||2014-03-10|
|Nbr Pages Arabes||290|