The Deadline for submitting an individual paper in open group sessions ended!
The list of accepted papers will be published until 25 December, 2021.
Apologize for the delay.

 

 

Accepted Group Sessions for ICLA 2022.

 

Organized by: European Society of Comparative Literature.
Prof. Bernard Franco

English, French
OPEN
Accepted Abstracts

 

002 - Future Directions in Comics Studies
Organized by: ICLA Graphic Narratives Research Committee. Dr. Umberto Rossi, Prof. Lassiter, Dr. Diaz-Basteris

English
OPEN

 

Organized by: Johanna Domokos (University of Bielefeld), Marianna Deganutti (Goethe University Frankfurt)
 
English
OPEN

 

004 - Urban Borderlands – Comparative Perspectives

Organized by: Research network: Fringe Urban Narratives. Prof. Patricia Garcia
English
OPEN

 

005- The Political Aesthetics of Agricultural Protest in the 21st Century
Sandra Fluhrer

English
OPEN

 

Organized by:: / Prof.Doris Hambuch
English, French
OPEN

 

Organized by: Université Jean Monnet Saint-Etienne & University of Southern California. Prof. CLAVARON Yves and Prof. MOUDILENO Lydie
English; French
OPEN
Organized by: Prof. Debarati Chakraborty
English
OPEN

 

Organized by:: / Hunan Normal University and University of New South Wales
Prof. Omid Azadibougar, Prof. Laetitia Nanquette

English
OPEN
Accepted abstracts

 

010 - Pandemic Imaginations
Organized by: Studies in English, Peterhouse, University of Cambridge. Prof. Jennifer Wallace

English
OPEN

 

011- Global Avant-gardes: Centre, Periphery and Beyond
Organized by: Department of Comparative Literature, UC Berkeley.
Prof. Harsha Ram

English; French
OPEN

 

Organized by: Prof. Manuel Ghilarducci, Prof. Alessandro Achilli
English
OPEN

 

013- Chinese Influences on Modern and Contemporary European and American Literature and Literary Theories
Organized by:  Shenzhen University. Prof. Xiaohong Zhang

English
OPEN

 

014- Making – or Not Making – Sense of Dreams
Organized by: Prof. Manfred Engel, Prof. Bernard Dieterle, Prof. Laura Vordermayer

English
OPEN

 

Organized by: Prof. Eduardo F. Coutinho & Prof. José Luís Jobim
English, French
OPEN

 

016- Theorizing Marginality
Organized by: ICLA Research Committee on Literary Theory. Prof. Robert Young

English
OPEN

 

Organized by: Global Humanities Research Group. Prof. Jihee Han
English
CLOSED

 

Organized by:  DGAVL. Prof. Annette Simonis, Prof. Joachim Harst, Prof. Corinna Dziudzia
 
English
OPEN
 
Organized by: Shenzhen University. Prof. Peter Hajdu
English
OPEN

 

Organized by: "Tudor Vianu" Research Center, University of Bucharest. Prof. Oana Fotache Dubalaru, Prof. Magdalena Raduta
English
OPEN

 

Organized by: Prof. Kunal Chattopadhyay
English
OPEN

 

Organized by: ICLA Research Committee of Religion, Ethics, and Literature
Prof. Kitty Millet
English
OPEN

 

Organized by: ICLA Research Committee of Religion, Ethics, and Literature
Prof. Kitty Millet
English
OPEN

 

Oorganized by: ICLA Standing Research Committee on 'South Asian Literature and Culture. Prof. Chandra Mohan
English, French
OPEN

 

Organized by: Prof. Charlotte Krauss, Prof. Françoise Lavocat
English, French
OPEN

 

Organized by: Prof. Lobna ISMAIL, Prof. Boutheina KHALDI , Prof. Faten MORSY, Prof. Fatiha TAIB

English, French
OPEN
Accepted abstracts

 

Organized by: Prof. Hyowon Shim
English
OPEN

 

028- Thinking the present from the past
Organized by: Prof. JL Haquette, Prof. A-R Hermetet

French, English
CLOSED

 

Organized by: ICLA Committee on Translation Studies. Prof. Isabel Gomez, Prof. Marlene Hansen Esplin

English
OPEN
Accepted abstracts

Organized by: Georgian Comparative Literature Association. Prof. Tatiana Megrelishvili
 
English, Georgian
OPEN

 

Organized by: University of Chicago. PhD Candidate Jue Hou

English
OPEN

 

Organized by: Korean Comparative Literature Association. Prof. Hyung-jin LEE
 
English
OPEN

 

Organized by: Osaka University, Faculty of Letters. Prof. Yorimitsu HASHIMOTO
 
English
OPEN
 
Organized by: Prof. Marta Puxan Oliva, Prof. Neus Rotger
 
English, Spanish
OPEN

 

Organized by: Prof. Jeanne E. Glesener, Prof. Benedikts Kalnacs
 
English
OPEN

 

036 - Two Centuries of Colonial and Postcolonial Georgia
Organized by: Tbilisi State University. Ph.D. Hayate Sotome

English, Georgian
OPEN

 

037- Narrative, Nation, and World: Contemporary Women’s Writing from Japan
Organized by: Prof. Toshiko Ellis

English
OPEN

 

Organized by: CLAI Prof. T. S. Satyanath, Prof. Amitava Chakraborty
 
English
OPEN
 

039 - Futures for Comparative Literary Research
Organized by: ICLA Research Development Committee, Prof. Matthew Reynolds

English
OPEN

 

040 - Forms, Genres, Media in Baroque and Neo-Baroque: Intermedial, comparative, and trans-historic
Organized by: Prof. Helga Mitterbauer, Prof. Massimo Fusillo

English
OPEN

 

041-World literature as an object of interdisciplinary research, comparative approach as a paradigm for the modern humanities.
Organized by: Shota Rustaveli Institute of Georgian Literature, Ph.D Irakli Khvedelidze

English, German
OPEN

 

042- NEXT GEN: New Approaches to Comparative Literature
Organized by: Early-Career Researcher Development Committee (ECARE), Prof. William J Spurlin

English, French
OPEN

 

043- The Sacred and the Profane: Intersections between Religion and Literature
Organized by: ICLA Research Committee of Religion, Ethics, and Literature.

English
OPEN

 

044- "The Knight in the Panther's Skin" in the Context of World Civilization
Organized by: Shota Rustaveli Institute of Georgian Literature. Prof. Maka Elbakidze

English, Georgian
OPEN

 

045- Expressions of Widowhood across Cultures: Social Constructions and Contestations
Organized by: Saheb Kaur, Prof. Amitava Chakraborty

English
OPEN

 

046- The Interaction Semiotics of Cinema and Text
Organized by: Shota Rustaveli Institute of Georgian Literature. Ph.D. Levan Gelashvili

English, Georgian
OPEN

 

Organized by: University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, Prof. ZOU Tao
English
OPEN

 

048 - Romani Literature. What It Is, and Why it Matters
Organized by: University of New Hampshire. Prof. Ileana D Chirila

English
OPEN

 

049 - Comparative Literary Studies in Georgia: Challenges and Perspectives
Organized by: Iv. Javakhisvhili Tbilisi State University. Prof. Gaga Lomidze

English, Georgian
OPEN

 

050 – How Can Literature Change the Geography? European Globality and Georgian Locality in the 19th and 20th Centuries
Organized by: Ilia State University. Prof. Bela Tsipuria

English, Georgian
OPEN

 

Organized by: Sichuan University, Prof. Shunqing Cao
 
English
OPEN

 

052- Cross-cultural matches: Beyond Medievality
Organized by:  Rahilya Geybullayeva – Professor at Baku Slavic University, founder of Azerbaijan Comparative Literature Association.
 
English, Russian
OPEN
 
 
Organized by:  ICLA Research Committee on Comparative Gender Studies, Prof. Liedeke Plate
 
English
OPEN
 
Organized by:  Martin Artola & Garbiñe Iztueta

English, French
OPEN
Accepted Abstracts

055- Joint Session by Korea East-West Comparative Literature Association (KEASTWEST) and 2022 NRF Special Cooperation Project (2021K2A9A2A20101857)

Organized by:  Youngmin Kim, Distinguished Research Professor Emeritus, Dongguk University, Seoul, Korea/Jack Ma Chair Professor, Hangzhou Normal University

English
CLOSED