Publications 2017

Here is a selection of studies published by current and former members of the ICLA Research Committee on Literary Theory in 2017:

Raphaël Baroni, Les rouages de l’intrigue : les outils de la narratologie postclassique pour l’analyse des textes littéraires (Geneva: Slatkine);

Raphaël Baroni (co-ed. w. Samuel Estier), Les “voix” de Michel Houellebecq (Lausanne: Université de Lausanne; Paris: Fabula);

Paolo Bartoloni (and Francesco Ricatti), “David Must Fall! Decentring the Renaissance in Contemporary and Transcultural Italian Studies,” Italian Studies 72.4: 361–79;

Vladimir Biti (ed.), Claiming the Dispossession: The Politics of Hi/storytelling in Post-imperial Europe (Leiden: Brill);

Vladimir Biti, Tracing Global Democracy: Literature, Theory, and the Politics of Trauma. Second Edition (Berlin: de Gruyter);

Michel Chaouli, Thinking with Kant’s Critique of Judgment (Cambridge, MA: Harvard UP);

Ersu Ding, “Towards a Dynamic Model of the Sign”, Semiotica 218: 137–44;

Anne Duprat (ed.), Violence de l’interprétation (XVIe–XVIIe s). (Leiden: Brill);

Pier Paolo Frassinelli, “Intersecting Temporalities, Cultural (Un)translatability and African Film Aesthetics: Ntshavheni wa Luruli’s Elelwani,” Journal of African Cultural Studies 29.3: 331–44;

Jernej Habjan, “Das Kunstwerk und die Gattung als Grenzen der generischen Formen,” in Generische Formen, ed. Kirsten Maar, Frank Ruda, and Jan Völker (Paderborn: Wilhelm Fink), 177–93;

Péter Hajdu, “The Rights of Trees: On a Hungarian Short Story from 1900,” Neohelicon 44.2: 389–401;

Marko Juvan, Hibridni žanri: študije o križancih izkustva, mišljenja in literature (Ljubljana: LUD Literatura);

Djelal Kadir, “Agnotology and the Know-Nothing Party: Then and Now,” Review of International American Studies 10.1: 117–29;

Renate Lachmann (co-ed. w. Rainer Grübel and Sylvia Sasse), Michail M. Bachtin, Sprechgattungen, trans. Rainer Grübel and Alfred Sproede (Berlin: Matthes & Seitz);

Svend Erik Larsen, Literature and the Experience of Globalization (London: Bloomsbury);

Joep Leerssen (co-ed. w. Manfred Beller), The Rhine: National Tensions, Romantic Visions (Leiden: Brill);

Sowon S Park (co-ed. w. Ben Morgan and Ellen Spolsky), Situated Cognition and the Study of Culture (= Poetics Today 38.2);

Sowon S Park and Jernej Habjan, “World Literature,” in Oxford Bibliographies in Literary and Critical Theory, ed. Eugene O’Brien (New York: Oxford UP);

Anders Pettersson, The Idea of a Text and the Nature of Textual Meaning (Amsterdam: John Benjamins);

Matthew Reynolds (co-ed. w. Nicola Gardini, Adriana X. Jacobs, Ben Morgan, and Mohamed-Salah Omri), Minding Borders: Resilient Divisions in Literature, the Body and the Academy (Oxford: Legenda);

Matthew Reynolds, “Autoexoticriticism,” PMLA 132.2: 455–61;

Ruth Ronen, “The Limit as Aesthetic Demonstration, in Aesthetics Today, ed. Stefan Majetschak and Anja Weinberg (Berlin: de Gruyter), 13952;

Monika Schmitz-Emans (co-ed. w. Stephanie Heimgartner), Komparatistische Perspektiven auf Dantes ‘Divina Commedia’ (Berlin: de Gruyter);

Monika Schmitz-Emans (co-ed. w. Petra Gehring and Kurt Röttgers), Ketten (Essen: Die blaue Eule);

Robert Stockhammer, 1967: Pop, Grammatologie und Politik (Paderborn: Wilhelm Fink);

Galin Tihanov, “On the Significance of Historical Poetics: In Lieu of a Foreword, Poetics Today 38.3: 41728;

Stefan Willer, “Ahnen und ahnden. Zur historischen Semantik des Vorgefühls um 1800,” Forum interdisziplinäre Begriffsgeschichte 6.1: 31–40;

Robert J. C. Young, “The Dislocations of Cultural Translation,” PMLA 132.1: 186–97;

John Zilcosky, “Learning How to Get Lost: Goethe in Italy,” Eighteenth-Century Studies 50.4: 417–35.