Seminars

July 6-16                                                                              

Helena Buescu, University of Lisbon: "Conspiracy: Theories and Practices"

David Damrosch, Harvard University: "Globalization and Its Discontents"                    

Stefano Evangelista, Oxford University: "Citizens of Nowhere: Writing Cosmopolitanism"

B. Venkat Mani, University of Wisconsin-Madison: "Exiles, Migrants, and Refugees: Borderlines of World Literatures and Global Histories"                            

Natalie Melas, Cornell University: "Figures out of Place: Lyric and Human Difference (or, Race) in the Modern Imperial World System"             

Delia Ungureanu, University of Bucharest: "Localizing Time in World Literature and World Cinema"         

July 2o-30

Emily Apter, New York University: "Untranslatability Studies?  If it exists, how should it be theorized?"

Baidik Bhattacharya, CSDS, Delhi: "Literature at the Limit of World Literature: Colonial Histories and Critical Methods"

Françoise Král, Paris Nanterre University: "Literature in a World Perspective : Undoing the Monoglossic Turn"

Mads Rosendahl Thomsen, Aarhus University: "Between nations: Migrant writing and the cultural meeting in the text"

Galin Tihanov, Queen Mary University of London: "Exilic Writing and the Making of World Literature"

Tatiana Venediktova, Moscow State University: "Exploring the Edges of the (European) World: American and Russian Literary Imaginations"