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29 FEBRUARY 2024

A Conceptual Approach to the Late Ottoman-Turkish Literary Field Workshop

In presence and online event

The workshop aims to explore the Ottoman-Turkish literary field in the nineteenth century in a conceptual approach. The papers can be presented in English or Turkish, and participation is free. Limited travel support is available. For dates and details, see Call for Papers.

Concluded events

18 SEPTEMBER 2023

Concepts of Criticism: Translatables/ Untranslatables of the 19th century Russian Literary Culture

Sala Giunta, Via Cartoleria 5, 40124 Bologna, Italia - In presence and online event

The workshop brings together an international collective of specialists on literary and intellectual history of the Russian Empire to discuss the basic concepts used in literary criticism in 19th century and what they can tell about the political, social and cultural situation in the Russian Empire.

04 SEPTEMBER
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06 SEPTEMBER 2023

New Directions in Modern Japanese Culture: Comparativism, Translation, and Nation-Building in the Age of Empire

Waseda University Brussels Office

Organized with Waseda University, this multi-day workshop will bring together Europe-based scholars of modern Japanese literature and culture

11 MAY
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12 MAY 2023

The Languages of Critique Workshop

AULA 1, Palazzo Poggi, Via Zamboni 33 Bologna - In presence and online event

Can comparative literary studies outlive a fundamental commitment to think through difference of, in, and across languages? This two-day workshop brings together responses by scholars working in comparative poetics, critical theory, and translation studies, broadly construed.

21 APRIL 2023

Modern Japan's Eclectic Hybridity

Sala Giunta, Via Cartoleria 5

Speaker: Naomi Charlotte Fukuzawa Postdoctoral fellow at the University of Bologna (NONWESTLIT)

22 NOVEMBER 2022

Chanoyu Geisha: Class, Culture and Gender in Late-Nineteenth Century Japan

Sala Giunta LILEC, Via Cartoleria 5 - In presence and online event

Dr. Taka Oshikiri Lecturer in Asian History at the University of the West Indies, Mona Visiting Professor, LILEC, University of Bologna (NONWESTLIT

04 NOVEMBER 2022

The Author in His Text: Patterns of Self-Reflexivity in 19th Century Japanese Fiction

Sala Giunta Lilec - In presence and online event

22 SEPTEMBER
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23 SEPTEMBER 2022

World Systems Theory and The Global Political Economy of the Long Nineteenth Century

Sala Giunta LILEC, Via Cartoleria 5 - In presence and online event

Speaker: Prof. Caglar Keyder, State University of New York

08 SEPTEMBER
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09 SEPTEMBER 2022

Quantitative Methods in the Humanities Workshop

Sala Giunta LILEC, Via Cartoleria 5 - In presence and online event

Presenters: Gokcen Gokceoglu, PhD candidate, Computer Engineering, METU; Chair: Asst. Prof. Emre Akbas, Computer Engineering, METU; Ozen Dolcerocca, LILEC, UNIBO

04 JULY
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05 JULY 2022

Symposium on Russian Literary Modernity

Sala Giunta LILEC, Via Cartoleria 5 - In presence and online event

Presenters: Jennifer Flaherty (University of Bologna); Kirill Ospovat (University of Madison- Wisconsin); Ozen Dolcerocca (University of Bologna), Harsha Ram (University of California- Berkeley); Alexei Evstratov (University of Grenoble)

30 MARCH
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13 MAY 2022

NONWESTLIT Seminars on Comparative Literature

13 MAY 2022

Translation and Justice: Mapping a Field

Sala Convegni LILEC, Via Cartoleria 5 - In presence and online event

Speaker: Emily Apter (Professor of French and Comparative Literature, New York University)