015- Colonial, Postcolonial, Decolonial and Neocolonial Experiences: Rewriting Cultural History


  1. Eduardo de Faria Coutinho
    Postcolonial Strategies in Latin America’s Literary and Cultural Discourses. 
  2. José Luís Jobim
    A critical overview of Tobias Barreto´s Outline of Comparative Literature (1877) and Hutcheson Macauley Posnett Comparative Literature (1886)
  3. Ângela Maria Dias
    The Colonialist Logic and Necropolitics: Indigenous Extermination in Contemporary Brazilian Literature.
  4. Olga Romanova
    Littérature française de Voyage et formation de collections de culture matérielle: patrimoine colonial.
  5. Fang Leya
    Rewrite the History of a Chinese-American Female: Narratology of The Lost Daughter of Happiness.
  6. Beatriz Vieira de Resende
    Decoloniality and Feminism in Contemporary Novels Written by Women.
  7. Liu Yuan
    On Individual Salvation under the Trauma of Ethnic Male Race in Brick Lane.
  8. DANG My-Linh
    Les écrivains de la diaspora vietnamienne ont-ils une place dans la littérature postcoloiale?
    Décoloniser les savoirs. Essai sur le roman africain contemporain.
  10. Rogério Lima
    Gilberto Freyre and the Influence of East Asia on Brazilian Culture.
  11. Rebecca Seewald
    Travelling both Ways: Cultural Imaginations Crossing Frontiers in Roberto Bolaño’s 2666.
  12. Honglin Yang
    Othering the Black in the Three Orders: Heart of Darkness and Benito Cereno.
  13. Zhiyan Liu
    Playing a Literature: a Literary Anthropological Study of Online Games.
  14. Yuan Jiahui
    The Influence of Manchurian Experience on Abe Kobo’s Post-War Novels.
  15. Xuyixin
    Academic Glocalization and Interdiscipline: A Case Study of Literary Antropology in Sichuan University in China.
  16. Cui Shan
    Analysis of Trauma in Louis Erdrick’s La Rose.
  17. Fabiana Oliveira de Souza
    Poetry slam in Brazil: Decolonial and counter-hegemonic practices
  18. Miriam Filipa da Silva de Sousa
    Rewriting the past in Teoria Geral do Esquecimento (2012) and O Vendedor de Passados (2004)
  19. Olga Polovinkina
    The Idea of China in the British Political Writing of Two Epochs

პროექტი განხორციელდა შოთა რუსთაველის საქართველოს ეროვნული სამეცნიერო ფონდის მხარდაჭერით [გრანტის ნომერი MG-ISE-22-170]
The Project was supported by Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation of Georgia (SRNSFG) [grant number MG-ISE-22-170]