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Ergebnisanzeige "Globalizing Literary Genres"
RessourcentypKonferenzen, Tagungen, Kolloquien
TitelGlobalizing Literary Genres
BeschreibungInternational conference Globalizing Literary Genres - Graduiertenkolleg Funktionen des Literarischen in Prozessen der Globalisierung - LMU München

In today’s globalized world . . . This is how opening addresses usually start these days. Indeed, in today’s globalized world, why should we study literary genres? A possible answer, one particularly interesting for this conference, is that precisely the study of such formations as genres is what defamiliarizes the abovementioned addresses. Ultimately, this type of study should test the assumption that it was not until recently that the world became globalized, and as such the obvious measure of the study of any phenomenon. Definitions of globalization usually start by acknowledging the difficulty of defining globalization; it seems as if the vagaries of defining globalization are a part of any definition of globalization. Perhaps this is the reason why most studies address globalization by adding the conjunction “and” or the preposition “of”; globalization is more often than not globalization and something else, or the globalization of something. Often, globalization is even replaced by such notions as second modernity, liquid modernity, postmodernity, late capitalism, or empire.

When it comes to the relationship between globalization and literature, the suspect conjunction “and,” or preposition “of,” can perhaps be replaced by the adverb “as,” insofar as the histories of globalization and literature are structurally connected. For it is the wager of this conference that globalization, far from starting in recent decades, has a long and complex history, not unlike the history of literature itself. The conjuncture of globalization and literature therefore in effect invokes the entire historical dimension of literature. Hence genre, the level of literature most conducive to historical study.


Conference Program

Thur., 27 June 2013, 13.30: Introductory address: Jernej Habjan and Fabienne Imlinger

14.00: Historicizing Globalization in Literature (chair: Fabienne Imlinger)

Karin Peters: Arcadia Goes Overseas: Pastoral and “Planetary Consciousness” in Paul et Virginie

Robert Stockhammer: Novel Cosmopolitan Writing: On Genus and Genre of Mankind (in Kant and Wieland)

16.00–16.30: Coffee break

Jörg Dünne: The World as Network and Tableau: Jules Verne’s Around the World in Eighty Days between Novel and Play

Alexander Beecroft: On the Tropes of Literary Ecology

18.30–19.00: Coffee break

19.00: Panel discussion on “Thinking Genre through Globalization” chaired by Klaus Benesch
Wai Chee Dimock
Suman Gupta
Paul Jay
Christoph K. Neumann


Fri., 28 June 2013, 9.00: Globalization Producing Genres (chair: Hanna Straß)

James Annesley: “All Good Things are Wild and Free”: Nature, Consumption, and Globalization in Jonathan Franzen’s Travel Writing

Hrvoje Tutek: The Form of Resistance: Literary Narration and Contemporary Radical Political Experience

11.00–11.30: Coffee break

Suman Gupta: Indian Genre Fiction in English and the Global Publishing Template

12.30–14.00: Lunch


14.00: Genres Producing Globalization (chair: Myriam-Naomi Walburg)

Wai Chee Dimock: Recycling the Epic: Gilgamesh on Three Continents

Christoph K. Neumann: Orientalist Poetics, Autobiographical Fiction, and History Defying Words: Sarkiz Torossian Inscribing Himself into World War I

16.00–16.30: Coffee break

Elisabeth Güde: On Language Memoirs and Translated Wor(l)ds

Paul Jay: New Style, Critical Cosmopolitanism, or Big Business? Globalization and the Shapes and Subjects of Transnational Prose

18.30: Dinner


Sat., 29 June 2013, 9.00: Limits of Genres In the Globalized World (chair: Jernej Habjan)

Typhaine Leservot: Neo-Occidentalism: Globalization and Francophone “Terrorist” Literature

Grant Farred: The Literariness of Sport

11.00–11.45: Coffee break

Jahan Ramazani: Global Form and Local Content—A Paradigm for Poetry?

12.45: Closing remarks (chairs: Jernej Habjan and Fabienne Imlinger)


Contact:
Fabienne Imlinger, grk-globalisierung@lmu.de
Web: http://www.grk-globalisierung.uni-muenchen.de/aktuelles/eroeffnung_graduiertenkolleg/index.html

Venue:
LMU München, Französische Bibliothek, Ludwigstr. 25, 80539 Munich

Quelle der BeschreibungInformation des Anbieters
Internetadressehttp://h-net.msu.edu/cgi-bin/logbrowse.pl?trx=vx&list=H-Germanistik&mo...
VeranstaltungsortMünchen
Beginn27.06.2013
Ende29.06.2013
PersonName: Fabienne Imlinger 
Funktion: Research Coordinator 
E-Mail: grk-globalisierung@lmu.de 
KontaktdatenName/Institution: LMU Munich, DFG-Research Training Group "Globalization and Literature" 
E-Mail: grk-globalisierung@lmu.de 
Internetadresse: www.grk-globalisierung.uni-muenchen.de 
LandDeutschland
BenutzerführungDeutsch
SchlüsselbegriffeLiteraturwissenschaft; Komparatistik (Kulturvergleich, Interkulturelle Literaturwissenschaft); Literaturtheorie: Themen; Motiv- u. Stoffgeschichte
Zusätzliches SuchwortGlobalisierung
Klassifikation01.00.00 Allgemeine deutsche Sprach- und Literaturwissenschaft
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