Next Gen


  1. Adrián Menéndez de la Cuesta González,
    ‘The Post-Global Closet: Representations and Projections of Sexual Taboos in Twitter-K Pop Fanfiction’

  2. Liu Xiaofang,
    ‘Modern Narratology and Comparative Literature’

  3. Zhiyan Liu,
    ‘Playing a Literature: A Literary Anthropological Study of Online Games’

  4. Amandine Guyot,
    ‘Resistance and Subversion from the Space of the Line: Geocritical Perspectives’

  5. Angelina Saule,
    ‘The Poetics of Eros Redefining the Global: Examples in the Work of Khlebnikov, Quabbani, and e.e. cummings’

  6. Anurati Dutta,
    ‘Queering the Kitchen: Reimagining Intimate Spaces of Queer Bodies in South Asian Literature’

  7. Huafei Chen,
    ‘Comparative Studies on Literature and Dance: An Interdisciplinary and Cross-Cultural Approach’

  8. Maéva Boris,
    ‘Qu’est-ce qu’on genre mondial?  Vocabulaire générique et choix d’étiquetage dans les discours critiques sur la littérature mondiale’

  9. Asit Kumar Biswal,
    ‘Beyond Dichotomies: The Question of Location in Reading Literatures of the World’

  10. Bianca Quadrelli,
    ‘Order and Disorder in the Library of Comparative Literature’

  11. Davide Magoni,
    ‘Literary Hybridizations and Contemporary Representations of Space: “Dissonant” Space in Selected Works by DeLillo and W.G. Sebald’

  12. Élodie Malanda,
    ‘La littérature de jeunesse afrofrançaise et afroallemande: Une toute petite littérature?’

  13. Emma Pavan,
    ‘Voices of Space: The Literary Landscape as a Reaction to the Hegemony of History’

  14. Eva Lennartz,
    ‘Growing Up as a Girl in East and West’

  15. Martha Swift,
    ‘”Imagine the Pacific”: Autofiction and the “World Risky Society” in Ruth Ozeki’s A Tale for the Time Being

  16. Ola Sidorkeiwicz,
    ‘Anthropology of Otherness, Anthropology of Polishness: Witkiewicz, Malinowski, and Conrad in the Tropics’

  17. Irina Komakhidze,
    ‘Existential Motives in the Drama of the Absurd in Samuel Beckett’s Waiting for Godot and Goderdzi Chokheli’s Human Sadness

  18.  Ani Javakhishvili,
    ‘Friedrich Nietzsche and Georgian Expressionistic Drama’

  19. Matilde Manara,
    ‘1922-2022: How to Inherit Modernism Critically?  Gender Issues in Anne Carson’s Reading of Marcel Proust’s Á la recherche du temps perdu

  20. Noah Adesogo Oladele,
    ‘Cyber Identity and Cybercrime as Rhetorical Performances with Literary Significance: A Case Study of TwitterNG’

  21. NuNu Balavadze,
    ‘Free Verse and the Freedom of Expression in Soviet and Post-Soviet Georgian Poetry’

  22. Oluwafunmilayo Miriam Akinpelu,
    ‘Drawing Comparisons between Afrofuturism and Anime by Reading Afro-Animatic Webtoon Red Origins through the Lens of Interactive Storytelling’

  23. Tamar Khetashvili,
    ‘Analyse comparée des images aquatiques chez M. Yourcenar et Othar Tchiladzé’

  24. Yangxiaohan Zheng,
    ‘Barbary Captivity Narratives: Imperial Experiences Lived through Ordeals’

  25. Yijia Dong,
    ‘Transcultural Narratives of Gender, Power, and Urban Space: Chinese Rural Migrant Women in Literary Translation’

  26. Yijie Chen,
    ‘The Reception of Takashima Hokkai’s Shasan yōketsu in China: Focusing on Fu Baoshi’s Translation and Introduction’

  27. Yuhua Xia,
    ‘”Do You Speak Translationese?” A Study of Pseudotranslations on Chinese Social Networks’

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]