Verschlagwortet: Comparative Literature

Trauma and the 1980s in Arabic Literary Studies

What is a literary history of the present? There are many ways to imagine such a project and its debt to Foucauldian genealogy, from accounts of how literature writes history to how the notion of literature is a historical aspect of the present. This essay, part of the upcoming workshop, “The Literary 1980s in the MENA: Towards a History of the Present”, asks what trauma has come to name in Arabic literary studies since the 1980s.

Science Fiction and the Anticipation of the Future: On a Public Talk by Kawthar Ayyed

By Teresa Pepe. On 13 July 2021, the MECAM research cluster “Aesthetics and Cultural Practice” hosted a talk by Kawthar Ayyed, “La science-fiction et l’anticipation [Science Fiction and Anticipation]”, in the framework of the research initiative “Imagining the Future: Dealing with Disparities”.

Ausschreibung für die Internationale Sommerakademie „Conflict and Mobility in the City: Urban Space, Youth and Social Transformations”

Im Rahmen des Forschungsprogramms „Europe in the Middle East – the Middle East in Europe“ (EUME) laden das Forum Transregionale Studien Berlin, die Max Weber Stiftung und die École de...

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