Words and Images crossing literary and critical borders

 

  1. Adelaide M Russo - The Changing Forms of Discourse
  2. Ana Palagashvili - An Existential Interpretation of Shakespeare’s The Tempest in W.H. Auden’s  The Sea and the Mirror
  3. Ananya Dutta -Reading ‘Difference’ in the Fiction about Partition of Bengal (1947) in Bangla and English: A Comparative Study
  4. Angela Kölling  - The Postcolonial Chick Lit Industry: Crossing literary and critical borders through translation
  5. Azza Ahmed Heikal - Memoires over The Nile A Comparative Study of the Narrative Place Representation in Naguib Mahfouz’s Murmurs over the Nile and Taha Hussein’s Diaries
  6. Beata Waligórska-Olejniczak - The category of the underground in the selected films of Andrey Zvyagintsev
  7. Cagdas Duman, Imke van Heerden, Anil Bas - Android Actors and Artificial Authors: Re-Imagining Theatre in the Algorithmic Age
  8. Christiane Kazue NAGAO - Resistance, deaths and ideals in an Argentinian graphic novel Christiane Kazue Nagao
  9. Chutong Wang - In Her Own Words: The Image of Ice, Snow and Glass in A. S. Byatt’s Possession
  10. Davide Carnevale - «A GHASTLY AND INAPPROPRIATE SPLENDOUR»: THE FANTASTIC IN DINO BATTAGLIA’S COMIC ADAPTATIONS
  11. DOKHTOURICHVILI -Les écrivains « archéologues » de la mémoire en quête de l’identité
    (Patrick Modiano, Jean-Luc Coatalem)
  12. Dorothy Wai Yi Wong - Spectrality and its Translatability: Filmic Adaptation and the narrative of the Leftover Space
  13. Dusan Radunovic - Vernacular Visions:Primitivism and the Imagination of Nature in early-Soviet Georgian Avant-garde (With Reference to the Legacy of Davit Kakabadze)
  14. Emel Aras - AN ECOLOGICAL READINGON LATIFE TEKIN'S "ORMANDA ÖLÜM YOKMUŞ"
  15. Emel Aras -DO POSTHUMANIST CONDITIONS FICTIONALIZE A NEW COLLECTIVITY?
  16. Emel Aras -THE SITUATION OF LITERARY CRITICISM IN THE POST CRITIQUE PERIOD
  17. Fatima Zahra Ajjoul - Arabic Literature: Challenges for Translation
  18. Francisco Carlos Martins Anjo Dinis Marques - Archipelagic Thought and Comparativism: a critical approach to common problems
  19. GAO BO (China) - The Choice between Dragon and Snake: the Chinese Royal Image and its cultural metaphor in the XVI Century’s Europe
  20. Gassin Caen - Le tableau nabokovien comme espace de (faux) accomplissement de soi
  21. Geoffrey Roberts -Stalin and Comparative Literature
  22. Hermann Wittenberg -Through the Lens: the photographic imagination of J.M. Coetzee
  23. Hongzhang Wang -Approaching Cultural Cross-Fertilization Between China and the West
  24. Isabelle de Vendeuvre  - « The Sea and Seafarers : looking at the literatures of the world from a maritime perspective »
  25. Ivan Humberto Jimenez Williams - Decoding and Encoding from Printed Page to Screen.
  26. Ivane Amirkhanashvili  - Topoi in Old Georgian Prose
  27. JAHFAR SADIQ P  - Words Crossing Literary Borders: A Critical Investigation of Tarjama Tradition in Kerala, India.
  28. Ji Zhifan - From Stagnation to Depression: The Conceptual Construction of yiyu in China
  29. Jingyu Zhang - The self-referential of comics: Graphic Narrative and metanarrative in Eleanor Davis’s Why Art?
  30. JINSONG WANG - The vision of the landscape in Juan Rulfo:   The aesthetic worldview in literature and photography
  31. Julieta Gabodze - Album – chronicle of the epoch - Foreign language records of Vakhtang Gambashidze’s Album
  32. Kai Mikkonen and Jean Braithwaite - Through Word or Image: How Figural Iconic Solidarity Builds Characters and Drives Narrativity in Comics
  33. Ketevan Elashvili - The artistic range of "Dancing Snake"
  34. Ketevan Jmukhadze - Framing the Center: Bed as a Liminal Space in James Joyce’s Ulysses
  35. Ketevan Khokhiashvili -  McMurphy as a Fighter Against The Totalitarian System in Ken Kesey’s Novel “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest
  36. Ketevan Sikharulidze -  Ballads about brothers’ rivalry
  37. Konrad Gunesch - An Argument for Academic and Educational Attention to Popular Fiction Novels with Multilingual Content, Cultural Diversity, Sociopolitical Depth, and Inspirational Value
  38. Leena Eilittä - The re-creations of the Golem legend
  39. Liliana Gogichaishcili - T.S Eliot’s Early Poetry and John Donne’s “Metaphysical” Poetics
  40. Lizi Dzagnidze - Theoretical Relation of English Modernism to the Enlightenment of Jean-Jacques Rousseau
  41. Lúcia Bentes- Eccentric Artists and Their Constructions of Reality in Recent German Literature
  42. Maia Jaliashvili - Variation of Classic Paradigm in New Context
  43. Manana Gelashvili - Postmodern variations on Homer’s Odyssey by Margaret Atwood and John Barth
  44. Maria Petrova Chalukova (Japan) - Behind The Father Figure: A Closer Look at Fyodor M. Dostoevsky’s The Adolescent and Natsume Soseki’s Sanshirō
  45. Marie-Anne Hansen-Pauly - Nomadic translingual writing. The examples of Pierre Joris and Liliane Welch, two wandering poets from Luxembourg
  46. Martinelli Hélène - Pour une (histoire de la) littérature mondiale en images
  47. DILWAR HOSSAIN - 'Bella Ciao' and Beyond: Re-imagining the Peasant Movement of Bengal through the Cross-border Folksongs and Literature in 1940s
  48. Merab Ghaghanidze(Georgia) - Archpriest Pkhakadze – the Disciple of the Grand Inquisitor:
    Apocalypse, Power and Religion in the Short Story The Drought by Aleksandre Kutateli
  49. Michèle Kahan - L’espace de la cuisine dans l’imagerie publicitaire et dans l’imaginaire romanesque d’écrivains et d’écrivaines contemporaines.
  50. Nagaratna Parande (India) - Sufism and Vachana Literature
  51. Natalia Tuliakova (Finland) - The Virgin Mary coming to life: a motif in 19th century literature
  52. Neil van Heerden (South Africa) - Internationalisation of crime and the transnational turn in South African crime fiction with specific reference to the crime thrillers of Deon Meyer
  53. Nino Ghambashidze (Georgia) - Representations of Traditions Against Infectious Diseases in the Texts of the Nineteenth Century Georgian Writers and the Epoch Socio-Political Context
  54. Nino KAVATARDZE (Georgia) - Pour la réception des toponymes dans les textes littéraires
  55. Nino Tchintcharauli (Georgia) - Musicalization of James Joyce’s “Ulysses” Eleventh Episode
  56. Paata Chkheidze (Georgia) - The Types of Heroes in the Medieval Anglo-Saxon Epic and Georgian Mythological Tales
  57. Petr (USA) - Reimagining Literary Classics at Moscow Institute of Philosophy, Literature, and History (1931-1941)
  58. Rachel Esteves Lima (Brasil) - Interlocutions littéraires au sein des BRICS : efforts pour la construction d’une mondialisation anti-hégémonique dans quelques œuvres de la littérature brésilienne contemporaine
  59. Rostom Chkheidze (Georgia) - Why should a young person read Ulysses?
  60. Rūta Brūzgienė (Lithuania) - Musicality of Lithuanian Poetry: Codes of a Different Speaking
  61. Sama Almudarra (Saudi Arabia) -  Littérature et ballet au XIXe sicèle 
  62. Shreya Datta - Is There Any Pandemic Literature? Reading Literatures Published in Bangla During the Period of Covid 19.
  63. Siddiqua Fatima  - Inter-literary Influence: Goethe in Iqbal
  64. SLAVICA SRBINOVSKA (North Macedonia) - BETWEEN THE CULTURES
  65. Stefania Irene Sini (Italy) - Words and images according to the Russian Formalism and its surroundings
  66. Takeshi Arthur Thornton (Japan) - Pandemics and Monsters: The Historical Origins and Modern Manifestations of the Amabie Legend
  67. Tamar Gelashvili (Georgia) - Various modes of multilingualism in Finnegans Wake by James Joyce and Bend Sinister by Vladimir Nabokov
  68. Tamar Khetashvili (Georgia)Analyse comparée des images aquatiques chez M. Yourcenar et Othar Tchiladzé (Mémoires d’Hadrien/Théâtre de Fer)
  69. Tamar Tsitsishvili (Georgia) - Representations of Traditions Against Infectious Diseases in the Texts of the Nineteenth Century Georgian Writers and the Epoch Socio-Political Context
  70. Tatjana Aleksic - We are in it Together: Family, Body and Truth in Post-Yugoslav Films of Crime Revelation
  71. Teiko Nakamaru (Japan) - Re-Imagining ‘A Story of Denmark’: A Comparison between Uchimura Kanzō’s ‘A Story of Denmark’ and Henry Leach’s ‘Reclaiming the Heath’ from the Perspective of the Nordic Reception
  72. Temur Kobakhize (Georgia) - Paradoxes and Absurdity as a Means of Expression in Joseph Conrad’s Heart of Darkness
  73. Tinatin Bolkvadze (Georgia) - Structure of Shota Rustaveli’s stanza
  74. Krystyna Wieszczek  - British Literature Crossing the East-West border: Images from Soviet-Dominated Poland
  75. Xingtong Zhou - The Affective Pleasure in/of the Photobiography: Gazes and Mental Images in Roland Barthes and Eileen Chang
  76. YASUNAAGA Ai (Japan)- Adaptation du « Cimetière marin » de Paul Valéry au Japon:Le vent se lève de Hori Tatsuo et de Miyazaki Hayao
  77. Yixin Xu (USA) - Metaphors of Illness: An Analysis on The River and The Hole
  78. Yoonus Kozhisseri - The Vernacular Dissemination of the Fantastic in the Persianate Cosmopolis: The Case of Badr al-Munīr
  79. Younes EL Yousfi - Arabic Literature: Challenges for Translation
  80. Zaza Abzianidze (Georgia) - Literature as an Alternative History (Post-soviet conflicts in Georgian prose)
  81. Zhuo Li (China) - The Image of China through British Newspapers in Early 20th Century
  82. Carlo Caccia - Re-Beginning a sur-rationalist literary criticism. Gaston Bachelard’s spectres in Edward Said humanistic philology
  83. Jakob Henry Leveton -Song as Site of Ecology Glossolalia and Unspeakable Hope in Sigur Ros's