пятница, 4 января 2013 г.

“THE END OF THE STORY?” Problems & Perspectives of East European Literary Studies


“THE END OF THE STORY?”
Problems & Perspectives of East European Literary Studies
 
A two-day workshop at Princeton University
 
Preliminary Program
 
DAY 1, Friday, February 8, 2013
 
RESEARCH AND THE FIELD:
Current Scholarship in East European Literary Studies:
Themes, Frameworks, Methodologies, and Intellectual Trends
 
219 Aaron Burr Hall
 
9:15-9:30am:
Irena Grudzinska Gross, Serguei Oushakine, and Andrzej Tymowski:
Introductions and goals for the workshop
 
 
9:30-11:00am
PANEL I: AWAY FROM THE NATIONAL STORY?
Chair: Caryl Emerson (Princeton University)
 
Michał Paweł Markowski (University of Illinois, Chicago)
From Nation to Fascination
Jonathan Bolton (Harvard University)
Reports on the Death of the National Model
Jessie Labov (Ohio State University, Columbus)
World Theory
 
11:15am-13:15pm
PANEL II: SCORCHED MAPS
Chair: Margaret Beissinger (Princeton University)
 
Wendy Bracewell (University College London)
Out of Eastern Europe: New Perspectives in Travel Writing Studies
Edyta Bojanowska (Rutgers University)
The Story Yet to Be Told: Research on Empire in Russian Literary Studies
Izabela Kalinowska Blackwood (Stony Brook)
Polish-Russian Relations within American Academia: from Affiliation to Filiation
Benjamin Paloff (University of Michigan)
East is Always Further East
 
14:00-3:30pm
PANEL 3: REFRAMING THE STORY
Chair: Serguei Alex. Oushakine (Princeton University)
 
Beth Holmgren (Duke University)
Reframing the Story
Marci Shore (Yale University)
Phenomenological Encounters: Scenes from Central Europe
Thomas Ort (Queens College)
Intellectual Historical Approaches, Carl Schorske in Prague
 
3:45-5:45 pm
PANEL 4: MOVING TARGETS
Chair: Petre Petrov (Princeton University)
 
Sean Cotter (University of Texas, Dallas)
Translation Studies
Alice Lovejoy (University of Minnesota)
Historical and Comparative Directions in East Central European Film & Media Studies
Tomislav Z. Longinović (University of Wisconsin, Madison)
From East European Studies to Vampirology: Notes from the Veteran Field Warrior
 
6:00 – 6:45 pm  KEYNOTE ADDRESS:
Clare Cavanagh (Northwestern University): ‘Non-Strategic’ Eastern Europe and the Fate of the Humanities
 
DAY 2, Saturday, February 9, 2013
THE PERSPECTIVES FOR THE FIELD
 
Aaron Burr Hall, 216
 
9:15-9:30am:
Andrzej Tymowski: Goals for today
 
9:30-11:30am
PANEL V: NEW DIRECTIONS
Chair: Irena Grudzińska Gross
 
Joanna Niżyńska (Harvard University)
Notes on Polish Studies in the Age of Cultural Globalization
Sibelian Forrester (Swathmore College)
Eastern European Area Studies – From Outside the Area
Roman Koropeckyi (University of California, Los Angeles)
Intellectual Agenda and Practical Prospects
 
Closed Sessions:
11:45am-13:00pm
 
SESSION 1: SUMMARY OF RESEARCH AND TEACHING PERSPECTIVES
Chair: Serguei Oushakine
Participants: Beth Holmgren, Wendy Bracewell, Michał Paweł Markowski, Jessie Labov.
 
2:00 – 3:30pm
SESSION 2: ISSUES IN THE FIELD
Andrzej Tymowski, moderator
 
3:45-5:00pm:
SESSION 3: SUMMING UP
 
 
The Workshop is organized by:
 
Irena Grudzinska GrossDepartment of Slavic Languages and Literatures, Princeton University and the Institute of Slavic Studies, Polish Academy of Sciences;
Serguei OushakineDirector, Program in Russian and Eurasian Studies as well as Anthropology and Slavic Languages and Literatures, Princeton University;
Andrzej TymowskiAmerican Council of Learned Societies and Warsaw University
 
Sponsoring Institutions:
 
Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies (PIIRS)
American Council of Learned Societies
Program in Russian and Eurasian Studies, Princeton University
European Cultural Studies Program, Princeton University
Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures, Princeton University
Institute of Slavic Studies, Polish Academy of Sciences
 

Комментариев нет: