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国際シンポジウム《 Images of East European Literature: The Variable and Invariable in the Past and Present》(2014/9/28)のご案内

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日時 2014年9月28日(日)9:45~18:15
会場 立教大学池袋キャンパス 12号館地下1階 第1、第2会議室(池袋キャンパスマップ

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09:45~10:00 Opening Remarks: Kenichi Abe (Rikkyo University)
10:00~12:00 Session 1: Journey, Migrations and Literature
- Natasza Goerke (Writer): “Ten Months and two Days. Fragments.”
- Satoko Inoue (Kumamoto University): “Imagination of Spaces and Places in Polish Travel Writing after 1989”
- Hikaru Ogura (University of Tokyo): “Migration in the Polish Documentary Film”
- Chair: Kenichi ABE (Rikkyo University)
- Discussant: Tokimasa Sekiguchi (Tokyo University of Foreign Studies)
12:00~13:15 Lunch
13:15~15:15 Session 2: Rewriting Literary History
- Ariko Kato (Nagoya University of Foreign Studies): “Rewriting Europe: The Central Europe of Yuri Andrukhovych and Andrzej Stasiuk”
- Elena Gapova (Western Michigan University): “Things Fall Apart: The "Moral Revolution" of Svetlana Alexievich”
- Go Koshino (Hokkaido University): “Belarusian Literature Written in Russian”
- Chair: Hikaru Ogura(University of Tokyo)
- Discussant: Kazuhisa Iwamoto (Wakkanai Hokusei Gakuen University)
15:15~15:30 Coffee Break
15:30~17:00 Session 3: Literature of Micro-nations
- Grzegorz Schramke (University of Gdańsk): “The Most Recent Kashubian Literature - the Situation Today, Achievements and Tasks for Immediate Future”
- Delia Grigore (University of Bucharest): "A Pattern of Thinking in the Rromani Poetry"
- Chair: Motoki Nomachi (Hokkaido University)
- Discussant: Kenichi Abe (Rikkyo University)
17:00~17:30 General Discussion
17:30~18:15 Poetry Reading
Natasza Goerke, Delia Grigore, Grzegorz Schramke
Organizer: JSPS Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research B, "Images of East in Eastern European Literature"
Co-Organizers: Graduate School of Arts, Rikkyo University
Slavic-Eurasian Research Center, Hokkaido University
The Japan Society for the Study of Slavic Languages and Literatures
JSPS Grant-in-Aid for Challenging Exploratory Research "Comparative Study on War Narratives in Belarus, Ukraine, and Sakhalin"

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※ 使用言語:英語


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