Literary transnationalism(s) / edited by Dagmar Vandebosch and Theo D'haen.
- Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 
- Text (Rodopi (Firm)) ; 89.
Textxet : studies in comparative literature volume 89
xv, 263 pages ; 25 cm.
- Literature -- Cross-cultural studies.
Literature and transnationalism.
Transnationalism -- History.
- Cross-cultural studies.
- "In 2009, Steven Vertovec started off his much- cited work Transnationalism with 'Today transnationalism is everywhere, at least in social science.' (2009: 1) Eight years later, in times in which plans are being made and executed to close borders to people and goods, transnationalism seems less self-evident, and the question of how transnationalismboth as a cultural, political and economic reality and an academic perspectivewill evolve in the near future, has become unexpectedly pressing"-- Provided by publisher.
- Medieval transnationalism? / César Domínguez
Liquid spaces: (re)thinking transnationalism in an era of globalization / Amaury Dehoux
Transnationalism, its oxymora and double anthropology: from The sun also rises to En attendant le vote des bêtes sauvages and baby no-eyes / Jean Bessière
Writing in a second language: trauma or liberation? / Tomás Espino
Writing-between-worlds: on the wit, weight, and wonder of literatures without a fixed abode (proceeding from José F.A. Oliver) / Ottmar Ette
Between original and translation: transcultural fiction and pseudotranslation in the eighteenth century / Beatrijs Vanacker
Old-school transnationalism? On references to familiar authors in world literary history: East(-Central) European literature as presented by Johannes Scherr / Michel De Dobbeleer
The transnational construction of national pantheons: the case of the illustrated monographic series at the end of the nineteenth century in great Britain and France / Dragos Jipa
Paul Vanderborght and La lanterne sourde: intranational and international networks and cultural mediation (Belgium, Spain, Latin America) during the interwar period / Reine Meylaerts and Diana Sanz Roig
"No border can hold him": transnational discourses in contemporary British spy novels about Europe / Janine Hauthal
American poiesis and American history / Djelal Kadir
Triangulating Troy: the Wooster group's Troilus and Cressida / Johan Callens
Bridging the gaps in Southern California: multicultural spaces throughout the works of Alejandro Morales / Inge Lanslots and An Van Hecke
"I move, therefore I am": Carlos Fuentes's transnational Mexicanness / Reindert Dhondt
From Macondo to Mcondo and beyond: spatial imaginations of transnationality in two anthologies of young Latin American writers / Liesbeth François
The Caribbean as a cross-breeding of transnationalisms: Carpentier, Walcott, Glissant and Benítez-Rojo / Erica Durante
K/nots of memory in French Caribbean literature: Edouard Glissant's "Nous ne mourions pas tous" / Kathleen Gyssels.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Vandebosch, Dagmar, editor.
Haen, Theo d', editor.
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