July 3-13

Alexander Beecroft, University of South Carolina: "Literary Worlds Outside the Modern"

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

Stefan Helgesson, Stockholm University: "Literary Form and the Global South"

Dominique Jullien, University of California, Santa Barbara: "Jorge Luis Borges and/as World Literature"

Reine Meylaerts, K.U. Leuven: "Multilingualism, Translation, and World Literature"

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


July 17-26

Hendrik Birus, Jacobs University, Bremen: "Debating World Literature"

Thomas Claviez, University of Bern: "Conceptualizing Cosmopolitanism and World Literature: A Critical Survey"

Christian Dahl, University of Copenhagen: "The Globalization of Greek Tragedy"

Susan Stanford Friedman, University of Wisconsin, Madison: "Planetary Modernisms"

Francesca Orsini, SOAS University of London: "Colonialism, a Multilingual Local and Its Significant Geographies"

Mads Rosendahl Thomsen, Aarhus University: "Between Nations: Migrant Writing and the Cultural Meeting in the Text"