050 – How Can Literature Change the Geography? European Globality and Georgian Locality in the 19th and 20th Centuries

 

Organized by: Ilia State University. Prof. Bela Tsipuria

  1. Atinati Mamatsashvili
    Ilia State University, Tbilisi, Georgia
    What place for the Black Sea in the construction of trauma
  2. Yordan Lyutskanov
    Institute for Literature, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences
    Westernisation or 'insularisation'? Geographical imgination across the Black Sea
  3. Mzagho Dokhturishvili
    Ilia State University, Tbilisi, Georgia
    La mer Noire dans la représentation de la population riveraine de la Géorgie
  4. Alexis Nuselovici
    Aix-Marseille Université, France
    Lecture mythocritique de la mer Noire
  5. Tsira Kilanava
    Ilia State University, Tbilisi, Georgia
    The literary map of the conflict (based on Georgian textual data)
  6. Levan Tsagareli
    Ilia State University, Tbilisi, Georgia
    Global Significance of Local Mnemotops in the Georgian and German Fiction of Post-Communist Era
  7. Mirja Lecke
    University of Regensburg
    Imagining a post-Russian Transcaucasus: on the fringes of “semiospheres”
  8. Bela Tsipuria
    Ilia State University, Tbilisi, Georgia
    Georgian Literature and Mapping Georgia in the 19thand 20th Centuries
  9. Jamagadze Mzia
    TSU Shota Rustaveli Institute of Georgian LiteratureThe Futurology of Postcoloniality in  Georgian Literature
  10. Eyüp Özveren
    When
    Literary Space parts Ways with Physical Geography for a Critical Benefit:
    The Missing Islands of the Black Sea
  11. Zsuzsanna Varga
    University of GlasgowSearching for fraternity: 19th Hungarian travellers in the Caucasus