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LITERARY DISLOCATIONS / DÉPLACEMENTS LITTÉRAIRES / КНИЖЕВНИ ДИСЛОКАЦИИ

Dislokacii

(4th International REELC/ENCLS Congress / IV Congrès international de REELC/ENCLS / IV. Меѓународен конгрес на европската мрежа за книжевни компаративни студии, September 1-3, 2011, Skopje-Ohrid, Republic of Macedonia; Оrganizers: Institute of Macedonian Literature - Skopje, Macedonian Comparative Literature Association and REELC/ENCLS)

Institute of Macedonian literature, Skopje, 2012 / Институт за македонска литература, Скопје, 2012
Димензии 21см
Број на страници 612
ISBN 978-9989-886-93-5

 Зборникот донесува 67 културолошки и книжевни прилози посветени на значењето на просторните координати во формирањето и трансформирањето на културните идентитети. Најголем дел од прашањата врз кои се задржува вниманието на култорозите и книжевните компаратисти од цела Европа се: како локацијата сфатена во географска смисла ги добива понатамошните социолошки и културни специфики; како географското место влијае врз културната продукција и во тие рамки особено на книжевноста; како менувањата на просторите и границите се рефлектира врз книжевниот дискурс итн.

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Содржина:

Aspects of (Dis)location
Vladimir Biti: Literature as deterritorialization: Gilles Deleuze and Jacques Rancière, p.19-27
Katica Kulavkova: Enforced Linguistic Conversion: Translations of Macedonian Toponyms in the Twentieth Century, p.28-42
Montserrat Cots: Une modalité de récit de voyage : le déplacement à pied, p.43-51
Ilinka Mitreva: L'Atopie de Roland Barthes, p.52-55
Senka Anastasova: Lost at the Airports, p.56-65
Nikola Madzirov: Returning against Remembering, p.66-69

Location and Identity
Abha Singh:  Cultural Dislocation and Changing Identities in Jhumpa Lahiri’s Novel “The Namesake”, p.73-82
Loreta Georgievska-Jakovleva: Asymmetry of Memory: The Phenomenon of Exile as a Reflection of Permanent Trauma and the “Forbidden” Tale, p.83-90
Sonja Stojmenska-Elzeser: Literature and Cultural Geography, p.91-97
Fabien Pillet: Peut-on déplacer spatialement les concepts théoriques? Réflexion à partir de l’esthétique de la réception, p.98-106
Slavica Srbinovska: Traumas of Dislocation in the Process of Communication, p.107-112
Nicoleta   Călina:Another Wonderland - notes on a dislocated fairy-tale: “Wonderland” / “Il paese delle meraviglie” of Giuseppe Culicchia, p.113-119

Exile, Migration, Diaspora
Anneli  Kõvamees: Refugee’s  Wanderings, p.123-128
Ivan Dodovski: The Balkans beyond the Balkans: Diasporic Escape as a Nightmarish Homecoming, p.129-138
Bela Gligorova: Beyond Exile and into Writing: A Page Out of Aleksandar Hemon, p.139-145
Elizabeta Sheleva: Creative Hermeneutics of Exile - Mahmoud Darwish, p.146-151
Milica Denkovska: The concept of home in voluntary exile epresented through the latest work of the homeless author Bora Ćosić, p.152-159
Alan Ashton-Smith: The Roma: a Dislocated People? Constructing and Performing the ‘Gypsy’ Figure, p.160-169
Marija Gjorgjieva Dimova: The Narrative Asylum of the Exile, p.170-180
Afrim Redzepi: La déconstruction de l’esthétique (Un discours pragmatique: le roman Le sacrifice des Balkans de Luan Starova), p.181-184
Mersiha Ismajloska: Running out from Location (to The Satanic Verses from Salman Rushdie), p.185-189

Europe / non-Europe
Elisaveta Popovska: “L’Empire des signes”: l’expérience japonaise de Marguerite Yourcenar, p.193-198
Goce Smilevski: Dislocation and the Contrapunctal Vision of Culture in Hotel Europe and EuroAlien by Goran Stefanovski, p.199-203
Irina Babamova: De l’Afrique à la Macédoine, via la traduction de l’œuvre de Marie N’Diaye, p.204-210
Liljana Todorova: La thématique négro-africaine dans la Littérature d’exploration en France du XIXe siècle à l’époque contemporaine, p.211-220
Vasilka Pemova: Searching for Nigerian identity, p.221-229

Travelogue
Vesela Tutavac: Macedonia in Travel Journals of Ivan Franjo Jukić, p.233-239
Anastasija Gjurchinova: Hodoeporics and Construction of Cultures: Italian Travelogue about Macedonia, p.240-246
Olga Springer: A Study in Intertextuality: The Pilgrim’s Progress in Charlotte Brontë’s The Professor (1845/57) and Villette (1853), p.247-253
Pablo  Ruiz: Journeys to the Sun: Travel and the Impossible in Primero sueño by Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz, p.254-262
Svetlana  Kalezić-Radonjić: Spatio-Temporal Dislocations as an Aesthetic Strategy in A Novel about London by Milos Crnjanski, p.263-270

Reality/Imagination Dislocations
Rose Hsiu-li Juan: The Poetic Space of Indigenous Dream Tradition: Cultural Dislocation and Spiritual Translocation in Linda Hogan’s People of the Whale, p.273-282
Lidija Kapushevska-Drakulevska: Between the Real and the Imaginary : a Volontary Exile into Romanticism and Symbolism, p.283-288
Mila Sopova: Dislocating Histories, Locating Imaginaries: Historical Signals between Factual and Fictional Narrative in Dragi Mihajlovski’s  A Scanderbeg of my own [Mojot Skenderbeg], p.289-300
Nikolina Stojanova: The Savage Detectives - a saturant novel and novel of articulated space, p.301-311

Intermediality
Aleš Vaupotič: Do Vilém Flusser's Writings Bring Technology and Humanities Closer Together? , p.315-325
Martyna Markowska: Imaginary Lapland – Photographic Philosophy by Jorma Puranen, p.326-332
Francesco Giusti: Ecology as an Eco-utopia: the Displacement of the Subject in Thoreau, Calvino and In to the Wild, p.333-343
Lucia Caminada Rossetti: Literature and body images: Photography and Performance in Julio Cortázar, p.344-351

Translation
Christine Lombez: Soi-même comme un autre: déplacements de l’énonciation au cours du processus d’autotraduction (Paris-Athènes, de Vassilis Alexakis), p.355-363
Marija Todorova: Literature Across Time and Space: Translation as a Journey, p.364-368
Sara Pesatori: Textual dislocations: critical editions and translation, p.369-378
Vanessa Besand: La notion de transfert culturel :L’exemple du cas franco-américain à travers les fictions camusienne et sartrienne, p.379-388
Virđinija Popović and Ivana Janjić: Neighborhood as an ontological topos in Eugen Barbu’s novel Groapa/ Pit, p.389-393
Zvonko Taneski: How should Literary Language Come Home?, p.394-399

Myth, Ancient, Balkan Dislocations
Irène Gayraud:Déplacements orphiques dans la poésie de Guillaume Apollinaire et Dino Campana, p.403-414
Vladimir Martinovski: Poetical Dislocations to Ithaca, p.415-422
Mishel Pavlovski: The Idea of Europe in Jordan Plevnesh's Plays, p.423-428
Iskra Tasevska Hadji Boshkova: Literary Genres in the Macedonian 19th Century Macedonian Literature and the Dislocation of the Predominant (Authorial) Voice, p.429-439
Carmen Darabus: Le déplacement vers l’univers intérieur – forme de sauvegarde, p.440-446
Despina Angelovska:Écriture et déplacement : les retrouvailles de soi comme autre dans le roman La chaise d'Elie d'Igor Štiks, p.447-459
Alma Dema:The Sociology of Religion into the Albanian tales: Is there a conceptual religion division between the tales gathered onto the mountains and fields?, p.460-468 
Jasmina Mojsieva-Gusheva: Changes in the Structure of Identities: Main Theme in Balkan’s Contemporary Prose, p.469-479

Dislocated authors/poetics
Natasha Avramovska:‘A Present-Day Portrait’: Tomislav Osmanli’s The Twenty-First as a Novel of Dislocation, p.483-494
Slavica Gadjova:The Problems of Dislocation, Trauma and Memory in the Story Visit to the Museum by Vladimir Nabokov, p.495-501
Snezana Petrova:Réflexions sur les déplacements spatio-temporels dans les œuvres de Chateaubriand, p.502-508
Robin MacKenzie:The Strange Case of Mr Stevenson and M. Proust; Or, the Mirror and the Draught, p.509-519
Dearbhla  McGrath:Borderline Bodies – Abjection and Marginality in Tanith Lee’s Red as Blood, p.520-528
Ana Martinoska:“A Book Can Heal Better Than Doctors” (A search for identity in literature written by women who have immigrated from the former Yugoslavia), p.529-537
Federica Angelini: The condition of women writers: immigrant women writers in Italy, p.538-546
Tёrshala Risvan:The impossibility of Adapting to the Social is One of the Individualism’s Recourses, p.547-554

Cultural Saints of the European Nation States
Marijan Dović: The Canonization of Cultural Saints: An Introduction, p.557-569
Sveinn Yngvi Egilsson: Model Behaviour: The Role of Imported Aesthetics in the Rise of Romantic Nationalism in Iceland and Slovenia, p.570-576
Jón Karl Helgason: Relics of Immortality: The Broader Context of Cultural Saints, p.577-584
Maja Jakimovska-Tosic: The Cult of St. Clement of Ohrid and Its Dispersion in South-Slavic Medieval and Contemporary Literary and Cultural Tradition, p.585-591
Marko Juvan: Romanticism and National Poets on the Margins of Europe:Prešeren and Hallgrímsson, p.592-600
Valentina Mironska-Hristovska:National 19th Century Cultural Icons as found in Contemporary Macedonian Literature, p.601-611