Doing Things with Literary Theory
How do we practice literary criticism at the University of Copenhagen today? What does literary criticism enable us to do and say? Which methods and strands of theory are we working with, how do we use them, and why?
Researchers from literary studies at UCPH present how they use literary criticism to do cultural or media history, comparison, or politics; how they work with materiality, or with discourse; and how they investigate and celebrate literature’s forms and traditions.
This an open event to celebrate UCPH scholars working with literature, literary theory, and literary history across all areas of the university and the world. Everyone is invited to come and learn about the new and exciting work being done in this emerging field and participate in the conversation that unites us.
Chair: Stefanie Heine
Chair: Maria Damkjær
Chair: Irina Hron
Chair: Tina Lupton
|17:30||Dinner at Scarpetta (please let Stefanie know if you are joining us – DKK 300 per person)|
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