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N. Dziub et F. Toudoire-Surlapierre (dir.), Comparative Literature in Europe : Challenges and Perspectives

N. Dziub et F. Toudoire-Surlapierre (dir.), Comparative Literature in Europe : Challenges and Perspectives

Publié le par Romain Bionda (Source : Nikol Dziub)

Nikol Dziub et Frédérique Toudoire-Surlapierre (dir.),

Comparative Literature in Europe : Challenges and Perspectives

Newcastle upon Tyne, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2019.

EAN13 : 9781527522268.

Thanks to its historical, theoretical, and methodological dimensions, this book is unique, both in Europe and in the USA. It brings together researchers from across Europe to explain how comparative literature works, both on an institutional and a technical level, in the country in which they teach. The contributions also define the characteristics of European comparative literature on a continental level. From Austria to Ukraine, by way of Belgium, Estonia, Finland, France, Ireland, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Spain, and Switzerland, this book offers an expansive panorama, placing great emphasis on usually “invisible” countries. Moreover, it relates both to the postcolonial and post-Soviet present and to the future of comparative literature: it is a handbook, but also a laboratory.

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Theoretical Introduction
Frédérique Toudoire-Surlapierre

Pratical Introduction
Nikol Dziub

Comparative Literature and Decoloniality

Chapter One
Comparative Literature and New Hispanisms

César Domínguez

Chapter Two
Comparative Studies in Portugal: the Iberian and the Atlantic Perspectives

Ângela Fernandes

Chapter Three
Teaching and Researching Comparative Literature in a Post-Colonial and Bilingual Context: the Case of Ireland

Brigitte Le Juez

Chapter Four
Comparative Literature in Ukraine: Brotherhood and Periphery

Nikol Dziub

Comparative Literature and Cross-Cultural Studies

Chapter Five
Comparing in Finland. A Method in a Moving Field

Harri Veivo

Chapter Six
Belgian Comparatism at the Crossroads

Michel Delville

Chapter Seven
Comparison in a Cross-Cultural Context. An Overview of Comparativism in Luxembourg

Jeanne Glesener

Chapter Eight
Comparative Literature in Austria: between Socio-Literary Approaches and Literary Theory

Sandra Vlasta

Chapter Nine
Switzerland, the Ideal Republic of Comparative Literature?

Thomas Hunkeler

PART III               
Proximity and Distance: Comparative Literature and Translation

Chapter Ten
National Literature Gone Comparative—Mobility Challenges in Romanian Studies

Mihaela Ursa

Chapter Eleven               
Comparative Literature in Estonia: Towards a Symbiotic Approach

Katre Talviste

Chapter Twelve              
Comparison in Lithuania: Traditional and New Ideas

Ausra Jurgutienė

PART IV              
Comparative Practices and Perspectives

Chapter Thirteen
The Search for a Method in Slovak Comparative Literary Studies

Róbert Gáfrik

Chapter Fourteen
Comparative Literature—Academic Discipline or/and Intellectual Modus Vivendi: From a Macedonian Standpoint

Sonja Stojmenska-Elzeser

Chapter Fifteen              
The Mole Reads the World. Paradoxes of Comparative Literature in Poland

Ewa Łukaszyk