The ever-growing distribution of Bollywood films worldwide, and in Europe, brings into focus the translational practices of dubbing and subtitling as crucial elements that affect the reception of this cinema abroad, as well as the role they play as cultural filters of one culture to another.
With growing scholarly interest in the process of categorization, it is timely to situate linguistic categorization within the broader history of ideas. This conference invites case studies in the politics of linguistic classification that place linguistic debates within the broader context of political struggles. Selective reading of linguistic evidence can justify fanciful theories: what theories have caught the fancy of scholars? Since the politics of linguistic categorization has many dimensions, its study can be pursued on several levels.
Recent scholarship and creative writing have addressed the European project and cultural imaginaries of Europe in innovative ways. Examples include special issues on the future of Europe [New Literary History 43.4 (2012)] and European memory [European Review of History 24.4 (2017)], as well as essays such as Robert Menasse’s Enraged Citizens, European Peace and Democratic Deficits (2012, transl. 2016) that challenge readers to imagine what a supra-national Europe might look like.
Proposals are being requested for the "The Achievements of Suga Keijirō" stream at the American Comparative Literature Association Conference.
The achievements of Suga Keijirō
Starting in April 2019, the a.r.t.e.s. Graduate School for the Humanities Cologne, the Graduate School of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Cologne, will award
Please consider submitting an abstract to the session "Disrupting the boundaries: Twitter as a new literary practice?" for the NeMLA 2019 Convention in Washington DC (March 21-24, 2019).
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Call for creative proposals for NeMLA 2018 in Washington D.C. March 21-24, 2019.
ASPIRANTUM is pleased to announce its first International Georgian Language 2 and 3 weeks winter school in Yerevan, Armenia to take place from December 02, 2018 to December 15, 2018 (2 weeks) and December 02, 2018 to December 22, 2018 (3 weeks).
This 14 or 21 days’ winter school offers participants to master skills in written and oral modern Georgian, reading and interpreting Georgian texts from different periods as well as rapidly deepening their knowledge in colloquial Georgian.
ASPIRANTUM - Armenian School of Languages and Cultures is pleased to announce its third International Armenian Language 2 and 3 weeks winter school in Yerevan, Armenia to take place from December 02, 2018 to December 15, 2018 (2 weeks) and December 02, 2018 to December 22, 2018 (3 weeks).
This 14 or 21 days’ winter school offers participants to master skills in written and oral modern Armenian, reading and interpreting Armenian texts from different periods as well as rapidly deepening their knowledge in colloquial Armenian.