East and West Literary and Cultural Paradigms


  1. Anna Ponomareva (UK) - The avant-garde on a planetary scale: in the middle of colours
  2. Anne HudsonJones (USA) - Plagues and Pandemics: When Will the Plots Change?
  3. Antía MonteagudoAlonso - From heroic values to everyday life: the Refugee Crisis narrated by Ai WeiWei and Ana Luísa Amaral
  4. Aude Lucas - Deciphering Dream Omens in Chinese Tradition: Cases of Cezi in Late Imperial Xiaoshuo Literature
  5. Chi Xie - A Hong Kong Polly: Sima Li
  6. Dana Radler (Romania)- /Panait Istrati’s Après seize mois dans l’U.R.S.S. (1929) and Eleni Samios’ La véritable tragédie de Panaït Istrati (1938): testimonies upon the USSR
  7. Darejan Gardavadze (Georgia) - The Divine Wisdom of Madness and Love (Medieval Arabic Literary Tradition and “The Knight in the Panther’s Skin”
  8. Duarte NunoDrumondBraga -The Castilhos and their kin: A network of (luso)-asian writing in Portuguese
  9. Elisa Kriza (Germany) -/ Stalin’s Fictional Lovers in the post-Cold-War Western Imagination
  10. Haiyan Lee - Apples and Oranges? A Limited Comparison of Literature and Anthropology
  11. Isabel DominguezSeoane(USA) - / East Europe / West Europe: the Balkan Peninsula in European Culture (the Spanish case)
  12. Jaeyeon Jeon (USA) - In Between East and West, Major and Minor: Le Clézio’s Humanist Consecration as an Alternative to Orientalism
  13. Jagdish Batra (India) - /Interface between West and East: Postmodernism and Contemporary Indian English Fiction
  14. Jurate LandsbergyteBecher - Russia versus Europe or Collusions of Civilization in 17-18 Century after Contemporary Lithuanian Writer Kristina Sabaliauskaite
  15. Kana Matsueda - To Study Russian Literature in English: The Perception of Maurice Baring and Dmitry Merezhkovsky in Modern Japan
  16. Lamisal Nakkash - Fictions of Memory: Life through the Prism of Death
  17. Lan Jiang - The Cultural Context, Interpretative Standpoint, And Influence of English-Translated Tu Fu's Poetry in the 20th Century
  18. Leena Hannele Eilittä - Lu Xun and Franz Kafka
  19. Leilei Liu  - Men, Animals and Stones: Ethical Reflections in Murdoch’s The Green Knight
  20. Levan Beburishvili (Georgia) - Eastern and Western Literary Paradigms in Georgian Romanticism
  21. LI Zhenling (China) - Chinese Influence on American Literature: Ha Jin and The Banished Immortal: A Life of Li Bai as A Case Study
  22. Lian ZHANG - Chaucer Translation and the New Culture Movement
  23. Maia Ninidze (Georgia) - East-West dichotomy in Georgian Cultural Thinking before and during the Soviet Period
  24. Tamila Davitadze (Georgia) - Oriental World in a Modern Novel (Based on the Novels by Jean Sasson)
  25. Zuhal KOCYIGIT (Turkey) -  Depictions of Mad Women Figures in Turkish and Japanese Literature of the late 19th - early 20th Century
  26. Marija Tepavac - Metaphoricity of a Cosmopolitan System - Yugoslav Polemicist Writing and its Cosmopolitan Attitude on the Example of Jovan Hristić and His Writing
  27. Zoe Gu  (China) - A Cognitive Poetical Approach to Su Shin’s First Visit to the Red Cliff —— How the Technique of Ancient Chinese Poetry Making Aligns with Cognitive Science
  28. Zhuolun Jiang (China) - On the Images of Dystopia and Heterotopia of “Future Shanghai” in Western Science Fiction Movies
  29. Zheng Jie (China) - Beckett and Object Oriented Ontologies: A Chinese Perspective on Things’ Ethical-network in Ill Seen Ill Said and The Unnamable
  30. Zhang Qiang (China) - The Travel of Light Verses in Wartime China: W. H. Auden and Du Yunxie
  31. Yuliia Kulish ( Ukraine) - The 1960s as a landmark of Ukrainian literary emancipation (American and French comparative aspects
  32. Yorimitsu Hashimoto (Japan) - Palimpsest Pirates: Modern Japan’s Piracy of British Maritime Culture and Nautical Narrative
  33. Yongying Jiang- Hamlet in the New Era of China
  34. Yifan Li (China) -British and American Literary Imagination of China in the 20th Century: A Case Study of Fu Manchu and Charlie Chan
  35. WU Meiqi (China) - A Review of Zhang Xudong's Land, Life and Samsara—Reading Life and Death are Wearing Me Out from the perspective of structuralism literary theory and western sinology.
  36. Stéphane Cermakian (France) - Pour une littérature internationale déglobalisée. Le cas de la littérature arménienne au XXe siècle
  37. Tsaiyi Wu - The Relationships between Humans and Things in Chinese Xiang and Western Metaphor
  38. Tian Huaxin - To See Self from The Other -- A Imagology Study in Rain and Sinking
  39. Tamar Lomidze (Georgia) - The Notion of Classic Episteme and Georgian Alphabet Poems
  40. Sona Mnatsakanyan (Germany) - Mkrtich Armen's novel Yerevan in the context of Soviet Orientalism
  41. Shiyi ZHANG (France) - German Aesthetics and the Chinese “Pure Literature” concept in 20th century
  42. Olga Ushakova (Russia) - The Oriental Image of Russia in T.S. Eliot’s Poetry and Essays
  43. Nugesha Gagnidze - Deconstructing Medea Myth: Giwi Margwelashvili’s “Medea of Colchis in Kolkhoz” and Christa Wolf’s “Medea. Vocies”
  44. Nino Surmava (Georgia) - The Meeting of East and West as Literary Theme in Arabic Novels of 20th Century
  45. Nino Pirtskhalava (Georgia) -  Tbilisi as the meeting place of different oriental and occidental phenomena
  46. Nandini Bhattacharya - Indo-Tajik Cultural Dialogue in the Literary Creation of Bedil : Journey of a Romantic Ballad From Pre-Soviet and Soviet to Post Soviet Genre
  47. Michail Talalay (Italy) - Emigration and identity: ‘White Russian’ literature in Italy
  48. Métayer - Nietzsche et l'Europe centrale
  49. Reysner ( Russia) - Persian court poetry and troubadours’ lyrics: commune features of poetics
  50. Marija Tepavac - Metaphoricity of a Cosmopolitan System - Yugoslav Polemicist Writing and its Cosmopolitan Attitude on the Example of Jovan Hristić and His Writing
  51. Marina L. Reysner (Russia) -  Persian court poetry and troubadours’ lyrics: commune features of poetics
  52. Mary Khukhunaishvili-Tsiklauri (Georgia) - Mitho-Folklore Paradigms in Georgian Medieval and Modern Literature” (According to the Prose Romance „Amirandarejaniani“ by Mose Khoneli and „The Cry of the Goddess“ by Grigol Robakidze” )
  53. Naira Galakhvaridze(Georgia) - Socio-cultural sphere organizations in high mountainous region  development
  54. Natasha Lvovich - “Disinheritance”: Ruth Prawer Jhabvala’s Nine Lives
  55. Nino Kvirikadze (Georgia) -  “Laughter” or “Tears”? (On the question of details in Thomas Mann's “Doctor Faustus”)
  56. Peng Shaohui (China) - An Analysis of the Metamorphosis Plots of Indian Mythology
  57. Raja Lahiani - Translate or Transliterate? When Metonymic Names are More than Proper Names
  58. Shu Zhou - The Variation of Minimalism Music Techniques in Chinese Contemporary Music
  59. Shuo Zhang - Romantic irony
  60. SP Shukla - Cultural and Social impact of Epic Narrative: A Study in Comparison of Valmiki’s Ramayana and Homer’s Illiad
  61. Stoican Adriana Elena - (Trans)cultural Voices of the East and the West in Jhumpa Lahiri’s and Anita Rau Badami’s Literary Creations
  62. Tamar Lomidze (Georgia) - Philosophy and poetry (Fichte and Baratashviili)
  63. Tamar Siradze (Georgia) - American-Georgian Reception Aesthetics in Thornton Wilder’s “Our Town”
  64. Wen Hua - Non-fictional micro China-- Analysis of American non-fiction Chinese writing mode in the new century
  65. Wenjin Cui - Overcoming Nihilism: Lu Xun, Nietzsche, and the Power of Self-Transcendence
  66. Zhuolun Jiang (China) - On the Images of Dystopia and Heterotopia of “Future Shanghai” in Western Science Fiction Movies
  67. Eri Ohashi (Japan) -  Le thermalisme en France et au Japon : traditions historiques et représentations littéraires
  68. Lanfang - Figures du psychologue dans la littérature chinoise contemporaine

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]