The post-Soviet Literary Space and the World after the Cold War

 

  1.  Eka Chkheidze (Georgia) – Where is the Solution in case of Moral Degradation According to Guram Dochanashvili’s Novel “Boulder on which Once there was a Church”
  2. Elnara Garagyezova (Azerbaijan) - DECONSTRUCTION OF MODERN AUTHOR'S TEXT IN POST- SOVIET AZERBAIJANI PROSE
  3. Elka Traykova (Bulgaria) - TENDENCIES IN CONTEMPORARY BULGARIAN LITERATURE
  4. Ivane Tsereteli (Georgia) – Trauma and Triumph in Literary Text 
  5. Katja Grupp (Germany) – Foreign Language against Forgetting  
  6. Marta Skwara (Poland) - Comparative literature studies in Poland after 1989: Between the Third Sophistry and Post-Dependences.
  7. Mirja Lecke (Germany) - Imagining a post-Russian Transcaucasus: on the fringes of “semiospheres”
  8. Nino Mindiashvili (Georgia) - Refugee Trauma in Teona Dolenjashvili’s Novel The Bird Won’t Fly Out
  9. Oku Ayako (Japan) - Post-Yugoslav Literature in others’ languages: Memory and identity among second-generation writers
  10. Sophiko Kvantaliani, Irine Manizhashvili  (Georgia) - Postmodernist Experiment as a New Worldview Code in Post-Soviet Georgian Literature (Z. Karumidze's novel "The Wine-dark Sea")
  11. Tea Talakvadze (Georgia) - The reception of the transformation/ transition of the 90s in German and Georgian literature
  12. Tinatin Moseshvili (Georgia) - Soviet Ideologemes and their Critique in Givi Margvelashvili's "Fluchtästhetische Novelle".