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National Literatures in the Age of Globalization. The Issue of the Canon


Bogdan Ghiu

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National Literatures in the Age of Globalization. The Issue of the Canon
31 October – 1 November 2008

Conference Programme

Friday, 31 October

9:15-9:30 Registration (Central University Library)

9:30-11:45 Plenary Session (Auditorium, Central University Library)
Chair: Ioan Pânzaru
Liviu Papadima, Opening Address
Theo D’Haen, How Many Canons Do We Need? World Literature, National Literature, European Literature
David Damrosch, Major Powers and Minor Literatures: The Cultural Politics of World Literature
12:00-12:30 Coffee Break; Registration (Faculty of Letters, 14 Edgar Quinet Street)
12:30-14:00 Parallel Sessions (Faculty of Letters)
The Canon and Cultural Policies (Council Hall)
Chair: Theo D’Haen
Mircea Martin, To be confirmed
Zakaria Fatih, The Canon and Culture Wars
Michael Fleming, Finding a Way through the Canon Debate
Călin-Andrei Mihăilescu, The Battle of the Brands
Writers and Borders (Tudor Vianu Room)
Chair: Monica Spiridon
Alin Croitoru, The Romanian Migrant Writer: the Image Inside Out
Angelo Pagliardini, Tensioni etniche, culturali e linguistiche nella poesia di frontiera di Giovanni Pascoli
Shahram Parastesh & Yalda Delgoshaei, Towards the Disappearance of Boundaries: The Case of Iranian Novels
Bogdan Tănase, Types d’écrivains du 1948-1964: paradigmes culturelles et/ou canoniques
Redefining the Romanian Literary Canon (Romanian Language Department Room)
Chair: Bruno Mazzoni
Mircea Anghelescu, Problema canonului românesc în condițiile exilului și globalizării
Mihai Mîndra, Multiculturalism and Globalization: Literary Theory/ History, and the Literary Canon in Romania
Carmen Mușat, Canonul și literatura exilului
14:00-15:30 Lunch Break
15:30-17:00 Parallel Sessions (Faculty of Letters)
The Canon – Comparative Approaches (Council Hall)
Chair: Mircea Anghelescu
Michael Metzeltin, Petrea Lindenbauer & Margit Thir, Canonul literar și identitatea europeană
Rodica Mihăilă, Opening the Boundaries of National Literatures: From a Multicultural to a Transnational Literary Canon. The American Model
Roumiana L. Stantcheva, Nommer, comparer, s’emparer de… comme stratégie de la critique littéraire etrangère
Negotiating Identities (Tudor Vianu Room)
Chair: William Franke
Adriana Babeți, Un intermediar posibil: literatura regională și identitatea culturală multiplă
Monica Spiridon, Identities:’Real’ or Made up Patterns?
Carles Torner, Le Canon et la traduction du canon. L’identité littéraire après la Foire du Livre de Francfort
Mircea Vasilescu, Repenser le nationalisme
Promoting Romanian Literature Abroad I (Romanian Language Department Room)
Chair: Călin-Andrei Mihăilescu
Anca Băicoianu, Romanian Literature, Anyone? Foreign Markets and Local Canons
Ioana Both, Un produit roumain réfusé à l’export: le poète national Mihai Eminescu
Luminița Corneanu, Un canon pentru „export”
17:00-17:30 Coffee Break (Faculty of Letters)
17:30-19:00 Parallel Sessions (Faculty of Letters)
Globalization – a New ’Grand Récit’? (Council Hall)
Chair: Stefan H. Uhlig
Alex Boican, Aesthetic Values and the Subject of Globalisation
Oana Fotache, ’Global Literature’ – In Search of a Definition
Dumitru Radu Popa, Globalization and Comparative Literature Revisited. An Analytical Survey
Substantiating the Canon (Tudor Vianu Room)
Chair: Mihaela Irimia
Adina Ciugureanu, Towards an Anti-Canonical Canon?
Caius Dobrescu, The Cosmopolitan Self: Towards a Definiton of Transnational Literary Canons
Julia Pröll, Le Nouveau « désir-monde » dans la littérature française contemporaine. Michel Houellebecq et quelques « auteurs venus d’ailleurs » – Lectures croisées
Translation as a Legitimating Strategy (Romanian Language Department Room)
Chair: Marco Cugno
Song Ki Kim, Concepte literare și culturale românești. Probleme de traducere și receptare în spațiul cultural coreean
Roberto Merlo, Avatarurile canonului: literatura română în Italia din perspectiva traducerilor
Gisèle Vanhese, Traduction de la poésie roumaine et Littérature comparée
Mădălina Vatcu, (C)ouvertures des anthologies de poésie roumaine traduites en français. Fluctuation canonique à l’époque communiste
Teaching Literature – Theoretical Approaches & Case Studies I (Romanian Literature Department Room)
Chair: Michael Fleming
Sylvi Penne, Laila Aase, Maria Ulfgard, The Literary Canon in LS Classrooms in Norway and Sweden: Theoretical Discussion and Practical Examples; Canon and Preferences of Fictional Texts among Students in Teacher Education
Irene Pieper, Iris Winkler, Canonical Views on Canonical Texts: Students’ Concepts of Literary Education and Personal Reading Attitudes

Saturday, 1 November
9:15-9:30 Registration (Faculty of Letters)
9:30-11:00 Parallel Sessions (Faculty of Letters)
The Canon and Literary Studies (Council Hall)
Chair: David Damrosch
William Franke, The Canon Question and the Value of Theory: Towards a New Concept of Universality
Mihaela Irimia, The Classic Modern Canon and the Disciplinary Separation
Stefan H. Uhlig, Historiography or Rhetoric? Early Aspects of a European History of Literary Studies
Alexandra Vrânceanu, European Literature, a Myth? World Literature versus National Literatures
IMEN Workshop – Survey Analysis (Tudor Vianu Room)
Laila Aase, Alexandru Crișan, Jean-Louis Dufays, Michael Fleming, Mari-Ann Igland, Ellen Krogh, Irene Pieper, Tina Sâmihăian, Iris Winkler, Sigmund Ongstad, Dominique Ulma
Cultural Identities (Romanian Language Department Room)
Chair: Roumiana L. Stantcheva
Frédéric Canovas, Toward a New Literary Canon: Jean Cocteau between Gide and Proust
Delia-Monica Georgescu, Ecrire l’identité
George Rishmawi, Teaching English Literature to Arab Students within a Global Context
Florence Sisask, Canon littéraire et exclusion – l’inscription des femmes écrivains du XIXe dans les programmes scolaires littéraires français contemporains
Promoting Romanian Literature Abroad II (Romanian Literature Department Room)
Chair: Ioana Both
Marco Cugno, Prezența editorială a culturii române în Italia: trecut, prezent, viitor
Emilia Ivancu, The Chance of a Literature between National Specificity and the Challenges of Globalization. Romanian Writers in the 21st- Century Poland
Dana Pătrașcu-Kingsley, Romanian Literature in Canada
11:00-11:30 Coffee Break; Registration (Faculty of Letters)
11:30-13:00 Parallel Sessions (Faculty of Letters)
Popular Culture (Council Hall)
Chair: Dumitru Radu Popa
Mihai Iacob, El mito de Drácula como hipertexto didáctico
Ion Manolescu, Popular Culture and the Romanian Postmodern Canon. The Case of Comics’ Authors
Elaine Martin, ’Ceci tuera cela’? Literary Canons and the Challenge of Visual Imagery and Popular Culture
Adrian Stoicescu, Laughing at Others: Tailoring General Joke Patterns to Romanian Oral Identity
IMEN Workshop – Survey Analysis (Tudor Vianu Room)
Laila Aase, Alexandru Crișan, Jean-Louis Dufays, Michael Fleming, Mari-Ann Igland, Ellen Krogh, Irene Pieper, Tina Sâmihăian, Iris Winkler, Sigmund Ongstad, Dominique Ulma
Debating Identities (Romanian Language Department Room)
Chair: Rodica Mihăilă
Romulus Bucur, Scriitorii evrei din România: canon convergent sau paralel?
Afrodita Cionchin, La quinta impossibilità (A cincea imposibilitate). Patria „imposibilă” a lui Norman Manea
Gina Puică, Théodore Cazaban ou la littérature en quête d’appartenance
Teaching Romanian Literature (Romanian Literature Department Room)
Chair: Ileana Orlich
Marina Cap-Bun, Programele de studii româneşti ca circuite de promovare a literaturii române
Adelina Farias, Configurația canonului interbelic în programa școlară și în curricula universitară
Jeong O PARK, Întâlniri cu o literatură marginală? Provocari ale predării literaturii române în Coreea
13:00-15:00 Lunch Break
15:00-16:30 Parallel Sessions (Faculty of Letters)
Teaching Literature – Theoretical Approaches & Case Studies II (Council Hall)
Chair: Petrea Lindenbauer
Jean-Louis Dufays, Enseigner la littérature contemporaine? Un point de vue didactique
Pau Sanchis Ferrer, Literatura catalana en Zadar: ¿qué canon? ¿qué autores?
Dominique Ulma, De futurs enseignants français face à la littérature et à son enseignement : entre canon littéraire institutionnel et bibliothèque intérieure
Pilar Veiga, La enseñanza de la literatura a través de tareas
Building the Canon (Tudor Vianu Room)
Chair: Carmen Mușat
Simona Drăgan, Episteme and Literary Canon. A Parallel between Michel Foucault and Harold Bloom
Mona Momescu, The Romanian Canon: Old and New Provocations
Delia Ungureanu, What to Do about Constructing the Literary Canon: Harold Bloom’s vs Nicolae Manolescu’s Criteria
Reshaping the Image of Romanian Literature (Romanian Language Department Room)
Chair: Mircea Martin
Romanița Constantinescu, Contestarea canonului alternativ
Rodica Ilie, Literatura europeană între realitate și utopie
Dorin Perie, Autenticitatea unei culturi periferice – forță creatoare sau obsesie sterilă
16:30-17:00 Coffee Break (Faculty of Letters)
17:00-18:30 Parallel Sessions (Faculty of Letters)
Romanian Literature within the European Framework (Council Hall)
Chair: Adriana Babeți
Odette Arhip, Canon naţional/ european/ global
Cristina Balinte, Enrégimentation nationale/ralliement européen. Critères d’accès de la littérature roumaine dans l’espace continental
Iulian Costache, Romanian Modern Brands and the European Canon
Magda Răduţă, Le jour d’après: l’identité de l’écrivain dans la culture roumaine « ouverte »
National, Regional, Global (Tudor Vianu Room)
Chair: Alexandra Vrânceanu
Alireza Anushiravani, National Literature, Comparative Literature and Globalization in the 21st Century
Mihaela Istrate, European Romantic Literature at the Junction between East and West
Shaho Sabbar, Literature in the Glocal World
Romanian Literature – Different Contexts (Romanian Language Department Room)
Chair: Gisèle Vanhese
Bruno Mazzoni, Predarea literaturii (române) astăzi. Câteva repere de bun-simț
Ileana Orlich, Cultural (Re)Visions of the Romanian Avant-Garde: Gellu Naum and Victor Brauner
Elena Prus, Literatura basarabeană în context național și global
18:30-19:30 Closing Session (Odobescu Auditorium, Faculty of Letters)
Chair: Liviu Papadima
Mircea Cărtărescu’s Address


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