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  1. 'Transgression' : Introduction à la 7ème édition du programme doctoral CRUS en littérature générale et comparée
    Erschienen: 06.09.2018

    Depuis 2012, le programme doctoral CUS/CRUS (désormais Swissuniversities) de littérature générale et comparée s'efforce d'offrir un lieu et un réseau d'échanges et de pensée aux jeunes chercheurs de la littérature comparée et des différentes langues... mehr

     

    Depuis 2012, le programme doctoral CUS/CRUS (désormais Swissuniversities) de littérature générale et comparée s'efforce d'offrir un lieu et un réseau d'échanges et de pensée aux jeunes chercheurs de la littérature comparée et des différentes langues et littératures étudiées dans les universités suisses. L'orientation de ce programme le place doublement en position de transgression. D'une part, la littérature comparée est par essence une science du dépassement; la comparaison, la mise en réseau et l'éclairage croisé des langues et des littératures vont de pair avec l' "au-delà" d'un sujet préalablement circonscrit; comparer suppose la mesure d'un espace, l'expérience de ses limites et leur franchissement. D'autre part, l'invention d'un cadre réunissant à la fois des doctorants, des chercheurs plus confirmés et des professeurs, où puissent se discuter aussi bien des questions théoriques que les problèmes concrets auxquels la recherche expose les uns et les autres, invitait à ne pas se priver d'un questionnement croisant plusieurs approches. Nous avons donc imaginé un programme ouvert autant aux questions esthétiques et littéraires (les représentations des frontières et de leur transgression, la forme que ces représentations pouvaient adopter) qu'aux sujets engageant une métaréflexion sur les limites de nos outils de recherche et les conditions réelles d'une transdisciplinarité qui serait plus que programmatique (une théorie et une pratique de la transgression des limites).

     

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    Sprache: Französisch
    Medientyp: Teil eines Buches (Kapitel)
    Format: Online
    ISBN: 978-3-8498-1249-2
    DDC Klassifikation: Literatur und Rhetorik (800)
    Sammlung: Aisthesis Verlag
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  2. Im Kinderland der Mummerehlen und Bachstuben
    Erschienen: 06.09.2018

    Some errors are simply annoying, others are productive. Errors are productive when they function as triggers for processes that let the mistake appear as a chance to discover new perspectives or approaches to a solution. Productive errors suggest... mehr

     

    Some errors are simply annoying, others are productive. Errors are productive when they function as triggers for processes that let the mistake appear as a chance to discover new perspectives or approaches to a solution. Productive errors suggest that the criteria for judging what seems right or wrong themselves should and have to be understood as mutable, since cultural processes of development cannot be thought in any other way. The article investigates what the productivity of errors can imply in the field of literature. Both literary examples discussed (Benjamin, Guggenmos) make recourse to the idea of a childhood of language: What might appear as an error to adults can indicate the beginning of a productive, linguistically sensitive engagement with the world for children (or for adults who can carry their minds back to that condition).

     

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    ISBN: 978-3-8498-1249-2
    DDC Klassifikation: Literatur und Rhetorik (800); Literaturen germanischer Sprachen; Deutsche Literatur (830); Deutsche vermischte Schriften (838)
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  3. Individuelle Grenzerfahrung : zum Spannungsfeld zwischen Eigenem und Fremdem aus der Perspektive der Interkulturellen Literaturwissenschaft
    Erschienen: 06.09.2018

    Through the influence of postcolonial studies one tried to cross borders by alleviating all kind of differences such as the experience of strangeness. However, these differences still exist as we can come to know in everyday life. Andrea Leskovec... mehr

     

    Through the influence of postcolonial studies one tried to cross borders by alleviating all kind of differences such as the experience of strangeness. However, these differences still exist as we can come to know in everyday life. Andrea Leskovec insists on this experience of strangeness as basis for her "Alternativer hermeneutischer Ansatz für eine interkulturell ausgerichtete Literaturwissenschaft" (2009, 2011) based on the ideas of Bernhard Waldenfels. This approach combined with Lösch' and Breinig' theory of transdifference permits a well-founded literary analysis in consideration of current experiences. The exemplary analysis of "Nur Gute kommt ins Himmel" by D. Rajčić provides a first insight into the range of this approach. This includes the terminology for describing phenomena of strangeness in literary textes such as the appropriateness of this approach considering the plurality and diversity of (literary) reality.

     

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    ISBN: 978-3-8498-1249-2
    DDC Klassifikation: Literatur und Rhetorik (800); Literaturtheorie (801)
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  4. Robert Walsers Grenzwertigkeit : 'Erzählen-als-Schreiben' in "Der Spaziergang"
    Erschienen: 06.09.2018

    Robert Walser's text "The Walk" enacts a narrative that is genuinely describable as one 'on the border' to non-narrativity. This paper takes a look at how "The Walk" uses indicators of narrativity / narrativeness in order to subvert them, especially... mehr

     

    Robert Walser's text "The Walk" enacts a narrative that is genuinely describable as one 'on the border' to non-narrativity. This paper takes a look at how "The Walk" uses indicators of narrativity / narrativeness in order to subvert them, especially by dissolving narrative times. This leads to narrative performativity. Its narrative techniques are mirrored in the very Walserian self-description of eating a meal. In the central episode of the "The Walk" the protagonist eats "pieces" (German "Stücke"), what in Walser's terminology means both sweets and narratives ("Prosastückli"). This leads to a circle of intertextuality, in which the writer reads his own text and re-writes it at the same time. Nonetheless, "The Walk" is not a pure manifestation of self-reflexivity because its non-systematic narration is undeniable. Walser's "The Walk" formulates and follows a poetics of "narrating-as-writing" which highlights both performativity and materiality of the act of narration.

     

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    Sprache: Deutsch
    Medientyp: Teil eines Buches (Kapitel)
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    ISBN: 978-3-8498-1249-2
    DDC Klassifikation: Literatur und Rhetorik (800); Literaturen germanischer Sprachen; Deutsche Literatur (830); Deutsche Erzählprosa (833)
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  5. Le miroir intermédial : "Sneewittchen" des Grimm et "Blancanieves" de Pablo Berger en comparaison
    Erschienen: 06.09.2018

    Contemporary studies about film adaptations of literary texts face many obstacles when it comes to compare two different media. They either tend to establish how faithful the film adaptation is to its textual source or they consider the literary text... mehr

     

    Contemporary studies about film adaptations of literary texts face many obstacles when it comes to compare two different media. They either tend to establish how faithful the film adaptation is to its textual source or they consider the literary text as canonical, which as such cannot be transposed to any other form. This contribution aims to cross the borders of 'adaptation studies' and offers an intermedial comparison between the Grimms' tale 'Sneewittchen', first published in 1812, and 'Blancanieves', a black and white silent movie directed by Pablo Berger and released in 2012. Regarding 'Blancanieves' not only as an adaptation of the Grimms' text(s), but also and above all as a reconfiguration of numerous media forms (film, photography, opera, among others), reveals how the Spanish director differentiates himself from the German tale and creates a new story with renewed meanings which echo the current social, economical and political situation of Spain.

     

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    Sprache: Französisch
    Medientyp: Teil eines Buches (Kapitel)
    Format: Online
    ISBN: 978-3-8498-1249-2
    DDC Klassifikation: Literatur und Rhetorik (800)
    Sammlung: Aisthesis Verlag
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