The University of Toronto’s Centre for Comparative Literature’s 29th Annual Conference – March 29th and 30th, 2019.
The short story can be regarded as a site of resistance with its particular ability to inscribe places, but also a space in-between where language relates place through the specialization of a common, international language.
The third issue of “Novecento Transnazionale” will present a selection of articles focusing on “Transnational perspectives and art history.”
The editors of the international series In-Between spaces. Le scritture migranti e la scrittura come migrazione, invite authors to submit papers for possible inclusion in the issue “Identity navigation: rethinking languages, literatures and cultures between challenges and misinterpretations”.
This interdisciplinary and transregional workshop explores slavery, past and present from the perspective of authorship, textuality and literary culture.
The recognition that archives are partial, filled with lacunae that demand scholarly attention, has fueled research engaging the epistemological, cultural, and political forces of early American materials and repositories.