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This critical anthology seeks to reassess the complex cultural and literary negotiations taking place between Europe and its margins in an increasingly globalized age. The somewhat paradoxical title of this volume playfully reverses traditional views of the relationship between Europe and its "Others", reflecting the awareness that former European cultural centers could become tomorrow's new literary margins. This collection reevaluates the enduring impact of European cultural and literary traditions on various postcolonial and contemporary literatures, not only in world regions that used to…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
This critical anthology seeks to reassess the complex cultural and literary negotiations taking place between Europe and its margins in an increasingly globalized age. The somewhat paradoxical title of this volume playfully reverses traditional views of the relationship between Europe and its "Others", reflecting the awareness that former European cultural centers could become tomorrow's new literary margins. This collection reevaluates the enduring impact of European cultural and literary traditions on various postcolonial and contemporary literatures, not only in world regions that used to be called the new margins of Europe but also in the former center, i.e. Europe itself. As the contributions gathered in this book suggest, the current relationship between European culture and its previous "Others" is no longer marked by unilateral opposition.
Cette anthologie critique tente de redéfinir la complexité des négociations culturelles et littéraires entre l'Europe et ses margesà une époque de globalisation grandissante. Dans un esprit ludique, le titre quelque peu paradoxal de ce volume renverse les conceptions traditionnelles de la relation entre l'Europe et ses " Autres ", suggérant de la sorte que les anciens centres culturels de l'Europe pourraient bien devenir les nouvelles marges littéraires du futur. Ce collectif évalue sous un angle neuf la pérennité de l'impact des traditions littéraires et culturelles européennes sur diverses littératures postcoloniales et contemporaines, non seulement dans des régions du monde autrefois considérées comme les marges de l'Europe, mais également en Europe, le centre culturel de jadis. Comme l'indiquent les textes réunis dans cet ouvrage, la relation actuelle entre l'Europe et ses anciens " Autres " n'est plus caractérisée par une opposition unilatérale.
  • Produktdetails
  • Nouvelle poétique comparatiste / New Comparative Poetics 9
  • Verlag: Peter Lang Ltd. International Academic Publishers
  • Artikelnr. des Verlages: 21745
  • Neuausg.
  • Seitenzahl: 346
  • Erscheinungstermin: 16. Juni 2011
  • Englisch, Französisch
  • Abmessung: 218mm x 149mm x 22mm
  • Gewicht: 480g
  • ISBN-13: 9789052017457
  • ISBN-10: 905201745X
  • Artikelnr.: 34427816
Autorenporträt
Marc Maufort is Professor of English, American and postcolonial literatures at the Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium, and currently serving as European Secretary of the International Comparative Literature Association (ICLA). He has recently authored a book entitled Labyrinth of Hybridities: Avatars of O'Neillian Realism in Multi-ethnic American Drama (1972-2003) (2010). Caroline De Wagter obtained her PhD in Modern Languages and Literatures at the Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium. She has co-edited Signatures of the Past: Cultural Memory in Contemporary Anglophone North American Drama (2008) and is currently working on her forthcoming book, «Mouths on fire with songs»: Negotiating Multiethnic Identities on the Contemporary North American Stage (2012). Marc Maufort est professeur de littératures anglaise, américaine et postcoloniales à l'Université Libre de Bruxelles (Belgique). Il est actuelllement le Secrétaire européen de l'Association internationale de littérature comparée (AILC). Il vient de publier un ouvrage sur le théâtre américain intitulé Labyrinth of Hybridities: Avatars of O'Neillian Realism in Multi-ethnic American Drama (1972-2003) (2010). Caroline De Wagter détient un doctorat en Langues et littératures de l'Université Libre de Bruxelles (Belgique). Elle a collaboré à l'édition scientifique du collectif Signatures of the Past: Cultural Memory in Contemporary Anglophone North American Drama (2008). Elle termine actuellement un livre intitulé «Mouths on fire with songs»: Negotiating Multi-ethnic Identities on the Contemporary North American Stage (2012).
Inhaltsangabe
Contents/Contenu : Marc Maufort: Old Margins and New Centers: The Legacy of European Literatures in an Age of Globalization - Haun Saussy : Zhuangzi, ce décentré, et l'ouverture de la littérature chinoise sur l'ailleurs - Gerald Gillespie: Internal Liminalities, Transcultural Complexities: Expanding Frontiers for Comparative Literature - Anders Pettersson/Theo D'Haen: Towards a Non-Eurocentric World History of Literature - Hans Bertens: Same Old Centers, Same Old Margins - Steven Shankman: Reading for Peace: Iliad 24. 477-84 - Vladimir Biti: The Divided Legacy of the Enlightenment: Herder's Cosmopolitanism as Suppressed Eurocentrism - Hubert Roland : Images, transferts et historiographie de la littérature : " À qui appartient le romantisme ? " - John Burt Foster: Doubting the West: Negotiations with Eurocentrism in Dostoevsky's The Gambler and Tolstoy's Anna Karenina - Stéphane Michaud : L'Europe comme fabrique de la différence - Steven P. Sondrup: On the Margin of the Margin - Dorota Walczak : Le " Nouveau poème multiculturel " de Julia Hartwig et de Tadeusz Rózewicz : deux approches différentes d'une ère globale - Randolph D. Pope: A Writer for a Globalized Age: Roberto Bolaño and 2666 - K. Alfons Knauth : Le pourtour de Babel : esquisse du babélisme littéraire en Amérique latine - Laurence Denooz : Le patrimoine européen, vecteur des revendications nationalistes arabes : Le Nouveau Faust de 'Ali Ahmad Baka ir (1910-69) - Christophe Den Tandt: A New Local Color? Mapping the Strategies of Realism at the Turn of the Twenty-first Century - Thomas Figueira/Dorothy M. Figueira: Travels with Herodotus: At Home and Abroad - Micéala Symington: Did the Irish Become White? Writing the Great Famine - Post-colonial and Post-post-colonial Paradigms - Stéphanie Loriaux : La littérature allochtone néerlandaise : trait d'union culturel d'une société en construction - Isabelle Meuret: A Tale of Mutual Fascination: Salman Rushdie's The Enchantress of Florence - Franca Bellarsi: Mythical Margins in the Poetic Expression of the "Nothingness/Somethingness" of the Canadian Prairie - Sylvie Vranckx: The Ambivalence of Cultural Syncreticity in Highway's Kiss of the Fur Queen and Van Camp's The Lesser Blessed - Caroline De Wagter: Old Margins, New Centres: (W)righting History in August Wilson's Radio Golf and Tomson Highway's Ernestine Shuswap Gets Her Trout - David O'Donnell: Beyond Post-Colonialism? Transactions of Power and Marginalisation in Contemporary Australasian Drama.