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Registration for Seminar

Institute of Literature, Folklore and Art kindly invites you to register for participation in the seminar held on September 08, 2021, 3:00PM. Dirk Göttsche, Professor of German at University of Nottingham (United Kingdom), will present the paper Literary Playing Fields in Motion: Remapping Nineteenth-Century Realism.

Based on the outcomes of the edited volume Landscapes of Realism: Rethinking literary realism in comparative perspectives (Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 2021), the paper suggests a reconceptualization and remapping of nineteenth-century realism as a multi-stranded and multi-phased dynamic embracing Europe’s language areas in a complex and polyphonous landscape of joint concerns and shared modes of representation, but also diverse voices and productive tensions that create a multidimensional set of playing fields (Spielräume) in motion.

Seminar will be held in distance, via Zoom platform. In order to receive a link for access, please, register here.

Seminar will be held in English.

Dirk Göttsche, Professor of German, University of Nottingham (United Kingdom); Dr. phil. Münster 1986 (Die Produktivität der Sprachkrise in der modernen Prosa, 1987), Habilitation Münster 1999 (Zeit im Roman: Literarische Zeitreflexion und die Geschichte des Zeitromans im späten 18. und im 19. Jahrhundert, 2001). Research areas: German literature of the long 19th century, Realism, Wilhelm Raabe, Austrian Modernism, Ingeborg Bachmann, Kleine Prosa (modernist short prose), postcolonial and cross-cultural literary studies, time and memory in literature.

This is the first seminar in the seminar cycle organised within the project “A New History of Latvian Literature: The Long 19th Century” (lzp-2020/2-0020) implemented by Institute of Literature, Folklore and Art.

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