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GERMAN-CFP-L March 2003

Subject:

CFP: Monuments (4/22/03; journal issue)

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Stefani Engelstein <[log in to unmask]>

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German Studies CFP Forum <[log in to unmask]>

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Mon, 10 Mar 2003 11:53:15 -0600

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>From: Nicole Frey <[log in to unmask]>
>
>
>"Monuments"
>Submissions are now sought for the eleventh issue of Variations, the journal=
>  of literature of the University of Zurich, to appear in winter 2003.
>
>Number 11 of Variations (Winter 2003) will focus on the topic of
>monuments and, more generally, on the issue of the monumental. The
>following questions are at the core of our interest:
>
>- To what extent can a literary text be regarded as a monument and
>thus as a memorial? What are the formal, textual and stylistic
>characteristics of the monumental text (e.g. Proust's work considered
>as a cathedral or Moby Dick as a monument of a nation)? Or is it
>instead the recipient who characterizes the text as monumental?
>
>- The aspect of the canon: what cultural, sociological or literary
>constellations turn a text into a literary monument? How do literary
>monuments come into existence and how do they vanish? How can
>monumental texts be dealt with?
>
>- How do texts themselves deal with monuments? What does the monument
>represented in the text tell us about the text? In what way can the
>monument in the text be regarded as a symbol for the text itself? The
>statue of the 'commandeur' in Moli=E8re's Don Juan might offer some
>food for thought in this respect.
>
>- The monument is closely related to memory, mnemonic techniques and
>death. It can be understood as a mediator between life and death. As
>an aesthetic trend - as it was the case with poetic epitaphs in the
>Renaissance and in Romanticism or with the aesthetics of ruins - the
>monument is itself also a product of its time. How does the
>monumental work deal with this ambivalent relation to time?
>
>Contributions may be written in German, English or French. The
>deadline for the abstracts is 22 April 2003. Once your abstract has
>been accepted, the article as such (25'000 characters max.) is due on
>27 June 2003.
>
>If you would like to submit an article to this issue of Variations,
>please send an abstract (half a page to a page) to the following
>address:
>
>Variations
>lic. phil. Nicole Frey
>English Department of the University of Zurich
>Plattenstrasse 47
>CH-8032 Zurich
>Switzerland
>[log in to unmask]
>Tel. +41/1 634 36 71
>
>Please, do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or
>check the following website if you'd like to know more about
>Variations.
>http://www.Culturactif.ch/revues/variations.htm
>
>
>**************************
>
>Nicole Frey
>Englisches Seminar
>der Universit=E4t Z=FCrich
>Plattenstrasse 47
>CH-8032 Z=FCrich
>Switzerland
>
>Tel. +41 (0)1/ 634 36 71
>email: [log in to unmask]
>--
>*****************
>Lic. phil. Nicole Frey
>Englisches Seminar der
>Universit=E4t Z=FCrich
>Plattenstrasse 47
>CH-8032 Z=FCrich
>Switzerland
>
>Tel. +41/1 634 36 71
>email: [log in to unmask]

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