Minorities and/in Literature


  1. Abhinaba Chatterjee - The Paradoxes of Marginalit(ies)
  2. Alexandra Ksenofontova (Germany)-The Time of Others: The Present-tense Novel as a Challenge to Normative Temporalities
  3. Artem Serebrennikov (Russia) - The Phoenix of Sepharad: Valentin Parnakh’s Translations of Early Modern Hispano-Jewish Poetry
  4. Britta Jung (Ireland) - The Campization of Migration: Exploring the Literary Representation of Asylum Seeker Accommodation Post-2015
  5. Chris Washington (Italy) - Necro-Liberalism: Fred Moten and the Concept of Justice
  6. Inês Gamelas -To act or not to act? Depictions of political activism of older left-wing intellectuals in Italian and Portuguese 1968 literature
  7. Irène Gayraud (France) - Minorités et poétique du local chez Gabriela Mistral : enjeux écopoétiques
  8. Laetitia Deleuze - “Re-Imagining Literatures of the World: Global and Local, Mainstreams and Margins
  9. Leocádia Aparecida Chaves (Brasilia) - Underneath the Literary Space of Transgender Authorship, the Emergence of an Inoperable Community
  10. LU XIAOQIAO (China) - Black Tricksters’ Self-Realization in Thirdspace: A Study of Minorities in Ishmael Reed’s Novels
  11. Makoto Yokomichi (Japan) - Robert Musil and Haruki Murakami: On the Method of Salutography and Tojisha-hihyo
  12. Meilin Cao (China) - A Study on the Female Discourse in Alcott's Work Novels
  13. Patrick Imbert -Elena Botchorichvili : une écrivaine montréalaise postsoviétique d’origine georgienne
  14. Pauline Franchini (France) - Récits d’enfances mineures dans les Amériques Noires
  15. Roseli Gimenes (Brasil) - LIFE NARRATIVES: RACIAL ISSUES
  16. Rui (China) - A Persian Family in Medieval Sichuan: A Case Study on a Persian-Chinese Poet, Li Hsün
  17. Sali Karmi -The Stranger in the Mirror: Female Identity Crisis, Dissociation and Self-Fragmentation in Kafa Al-Zubi’s Novel X
  18. Sofiya Zahova (Iceland) – Childhood in the life-narratives of Swedish Roma: tendencies and changes
  19. Sopiko Geliashvili (Georgia) Unconscious Motifs and Gender Trouble in Djuna Barnes’ Nightwood
  20. Susana Araújo - “Homelands” in Comparison: Global (In)securities and New Marginalities Ayad Akhtar’s Homeland Elegies(2020) and Jessica Bruder’s Nomadland (2017)
  21. Weng Siqi - Tibetan civilization in literature
  22. Yoonus Kozhisseri - Language and Power: Mutualities Between Malayalam and Arabi-Malayalam and the Making of Mappila Literary
  23. Yves-Michel Ergal -Proust et Carson McCullers
  24. Zhong Cheng (China) - The Affect Politics of “Animatedness” in The Sympathizer, Representations and Diagnosis
  25. Ada Nemsadze - Magical-realistic motifs and mystic rituals in modern Georgian and Latin American novels
  26. Panteleimon Tsiokos - Re-Imagining Literatures of the World: Global and Local, Mainstreams and Margins

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]