Why does the imagination need the past? We will examine the transformation of the scenario of paradise, loss, and redemption into a template for a national identity narrative through which South East European nations retell their Ottoman past.
The course will consider questions such as whether the characteristics of manliness change over time or remain static; how the type of competition impacts the values at stake; whether it is necessary that manly acts be narrated by a poet or witnessed by spectators; and what dangers are tied to making the transition to manhood.
The course will be organized as a seminar.
We will also consider the choice of language, and space of language as home. Contact us to pla Vampires, fire-breathing dragons, vengeful mountain nymphs. This course will address the theoretical and methodological problems posed by the thoroughly Northern metropolitan category of the 'postcolonial' and its imposition of supposedly global categories on to distinctly local cultural forms and contents in South Africa.
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All materials are in English. We discuss the contrasting descriptions and conceptions of sexual behavior before and after the emergence of a science of sexuality. The major task of the seminar is to develop a synthetic reading of the entire Faust drama, as Goethe conceived it.
We will also consider the choice of language, and space of language as home. What is the role of bilingualism and auto-translation in literary production and literary theory? We will focus on the European and Israeli context, exploring how the notion of home or homelessness, as well as historical changes, compel us to rethink the making of a Jewish home.
Its general outline is chronological.
How did genres from the realist novel to experimental film challenge a cohesive patriarchal, Russophone vision of Soviet Eurasia? Explore the world of eroticism at our adult store in S Join us as we explore the pain, the struggle, the failure, and the triumph of emigration and exile.
The course will consider Soviet montage cinema of the twenties in the context of coeval aesthetic projects in other arts. In addition to this literary output, we will examine European proto-anthropology that detailed the sexual aberrations of subaltern peoples.