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Title

Invoking the Reader

Dates

30 March 2019

Responsable de l'activité

Rahel Orgis

Organizer(s)

Dre Elizabeth Kukorelly, UNIGE

Mme Simone Höhn, UNIZH

Speakers

Dre Dorothee Birke, University of Aarhus

Description

This one-day workshop in the context of the «Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century Literature Travelling Seminar» seeks to reflect on the implications of the concern for the reader and reading in eighteenth- and nineteenth-century fiction as well as considering how this issue develops in later literary periods. In addition, the workshop will focus on different critical approaches to (literary/fiction) reading and readers. This methodological aspect of the workshop is relevant to doctoral students in literature across literary periods. The workshop will consist of a lecture and a seminar session led by Dr Dorothee Birke and will also include a discussion round among participants to give doctoral students the opportunity to outline briefly how issues of reading matter in their own research and/or to address the problems or questions raised by issues of reading for their work. This discussion round can also be combined with a longer presentation by a doctoral student if one of the participants would like to present part of her/his work that relates to the workshop topic.

Location

Neuchâtel

Information
Places

12

Deadline for registration 23.03.2019
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