Please download the programme and abstracts of “Prismatic Translation,” the annual workshop of the AILC/ICLA Research Committee on Literary Theory, which will be held at the University of Vienna on 25–26 July 2016.
John Zilcosky, Honorary President of the AILC/ICLA Research Committee on Literary Theory, has written Uncanny Encounters: Literature, Psychoanalysis and the End of Alterity. The book will be published this month by Northwestern University Press.
Here is a selection of studies published by current and former members of the Research Committee on Literary Theory in 2015 (and early 2016):
Vladimir Biti, Tracing Global Democracy: Literature, Theory, and the Politics of Trauma (Berlin: de Gruyter);
Jernej Habjan (co-ed. w. Fabienne Imlinger), Globalizing Literary Genres (New York: Routledge);
Eva Horn (et al.), Denk mal! 2016 (Frankfurt: Fischer).
Yvonne H. Howell (ed.), Red Star Tales: A Century of Russian and Soviet Science Fiction (Montpelier, VT: Russian Life Books);
Françoise Lavocat (ed.), Interprétation littéraire et sciences cognitives (Paris: Hermann);
Françoise Lavocat (co-ed. w. Catherine Courtet, Mireille Besson, and Alain Viala), Corps en scènes (Paris: CNRS Éditions);
Kyohei Norimatsu, Rosia aruiha tairitsu no borei: “Daini sekai” no posutomodan [Russia, or the Specters of Opposition: Postmodernism in the “Second World”] (Tokyo: Kodansha);
Sowon S. Park, “An Unknown Masterpiece: on Pak Kyongni’s Land and World Literature,” European Review 23.3;
Sowon S. Park, “The Adaptive Comparative,” Comparative Critical Studies 12.2;
Matthew Reynolds (co-ed. w. Ben Morgan, Mohamed-Salah Omri, and Celine Sabiron), Comparative Criticism: Histories and Methods (= Comparative Critical Studies 12.3);
Monika Schmitz-Emans (co-ed. w. Christian A. Bachmann and Laura Emans), Bewegungsbücher: Spielformen, Poetiken, Konstellationen (Berlin: Ch. A. Bachmann Verlag);
Robert Stockhammer, Afrikanische Philologie (Frankfurt: Suhrkamp);
Darío Villanueva (w. César Domínguez and Haun Saussy), Introducing Comparative Literature: New Trends and Applications (New York :Routledge);
Stefan Willer, “Musikalische Schriften,” in Christine Lubkoll and Harald Neumeyer (ed.), E.T.A. Hoffmann-Handbuch (Stuttgart: Metzler), pp. 212–23;
Takayuki Yokota-Murakami, Sekai no shagami kata: wafu yofu toire no nazo o saguru (Tokyo: Heibonsha);
Robert J. C. Young, Empire, Colony, Postcolony (Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell);
John Zilcosky, Uncanny Encounters: Literature, Psychoanalysis and the End of Alterity (Evanston, IL: Northwestern UP).
Jernej Habjan has co-edited, with Fabienne Imlinger, Globalizing Literary Genres, a volume published by Routledge and featuring essays by Alexander Beecroft, Grant Farred, Suman Gupta, Robert Stockhammer, Richard Wilson, and others.