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ラウトレッジ版 世界文学と世界史必携

The Routledge Companion to World Literature and World History

(Routledge Literature Companions)

Hawas, May (EDT)

Routledge 2018/04
349 p. 25 cm   
装丁: Hrd    装丁について
テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: GB
ISBN: 9781138921658
KCN: 1027364800
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DDC: 809
KDC: B202 文学・文化史/比較文学・文化
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Annotation

世界文学の第一人者D・ダムロッシュ、新しい世界史の立役者P・マニングが序文を執筆。世界文学から世界史を読む、最新の実践へと案内する初のレファレンス。
In addition to the 27 essays, the Companion includes general introductions from two of the leading scholars of history and literature, David Damrosch and Patrick Manning, as well as personal testimonies from artists working in the area, and editorials asking provocative questions.

Full Description

The Routledge Companion to World Literature and World History is a comprehensive and engaging volume, combining essays from historians and literary academics to create a space for productive cross-cultural encounters between the two fields. In addition to the 27 essays, the Companion includes general introductions from two of the leading scholars of history and literature, David Damrosch and Patrick Manning, as well as personal testimonies from artists working in the area, and editorials asking provocative questions. The volume includes sections on: People - with essays looking at World Literature, Intellectual Commerce, Religion, language and war, and Indigenous ethnography Networks and methods - examining maps, geography, morality and the crises of world literature Transformations - including essays on race, colonialism, and the non-human Interdisciplinary and groundbreaking, this volume brings to light various ways in which scholars of literature and history analyse, assimilate or reveal the intellectual heritage of the past, at the same moment as they try consciously to deal with an unending amount of new information and an awareness of global connections and discrepancies. Including work from leading academics in the field, as well as newer voices, the Companion is ideal for students and scholars alike.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements, and Some Blame List of Contributors Preface May Hawas Introductions World Literature's World History David Damrosch Moving Institutions: World History and its Beginnings in Theory Patrick Manning Section 1: People Artist in Action: On the Lack of an Adequate Critical Vocabulary Tabish Khair From Literary Predation to Global Intellectual Commerce: World Literature, World History, and the Modes of Cultural Exchange in the Work of Johann Gottfried Herder and Johann Wolfgang Goethe Christian Moser Marian Malowist's World History and its Application to World Literature Adam Kola Modernity, Reason and Historical Progress: Keshab Chandra Sen and the History of the World John Stevens Along the Frontiers of Religion, Language and War: Baba Ounus Saldin's Syair Faid al-Abad Ronit Ricci In the Worlds of Nizami of Ganjeh (ca. AD 1141-1209): Layli and Majnun and the Riddle of "Courtly Love" Michael Barry The Rise of World Historical Consciousness in Late Imperial China Xin Fan Literary Historical Intersections: Indigenous Ethnography and Rewriting History from Mexico to Palestine Amal Eqeiq Section 2: Networks and Method Artist in Action: My Borderland Maureen Freely Routes, Roads and Maps (of) Literature Theo D'haen Classics: History and Geography Piero Boitani Love and Money in Eighteenth-Century Egyptian Literature Nelly Hanna Bridges Across the Seas David Abulafia What World History Does World Literature Need? Bruce Robbins In Pursuit of Happiness: A First Exploration of Morality in Big History Fred Spier The Crises of World Literature: Suez from Building to Bandung May Hawas Afro-Latin-Africa: Movement and Memory in Benin Ananya Jahanara Kabir Section 3: Transformations Artist in Action: On Parallax Shahzia Sikander Mnemonic Solidarity and Global Memory Formation after World War II Jie-Hyun Lim Dragging Baltimore Into Bay of Bengal: Race, Colonialism and Global Capitalism Beyond the Black Atlantic in Amitav Ghosh's Sea of Poppies Nandini Dhar Connecting to Power: Imagined Genealogies in Southern China and Mainland Southeast Asia Liam Kelley Eclipsing Mexico: Translationscapes of Oe Kenzaburo Jordan A.Y. Smith Colliding Forms in Literary History: A Reading of Natsume Soseki's Light and Dark Reiko Abe Auestad Dance as Historical Narrative: The National Ballet of Mali's Sunjata and the Enactment of Oral Literature Elina Djebbari Brazilian Literary Theory's Challenge Before the Non-Human: Three Encounters and an Epilogue Carolina Correia dos Santos Index