Francophilie/Francophonie: European Transnationalism in Literature (NEMLA 2013)
This panel invites submissions on European transnational writers who transgress linguistic, national, and literary boundaries. Since Beckett and Ionesco, a small contingent of contemporary European writers has chosen to write in French, including Alexakis, Semprun, Kundera, Goldschmidt, and Makine. What role does francophilie play in European francophonie? What are the stakes of literature becoming transnational within Europe? Please send 250 word abstracts and brief biographical statements ...
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Thursday, March 21, 2013 to Sunday, March 24, 2013
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Boston, MA
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Sunday, September 30, 2012
Literary Theory
World Literatures
Eastern European
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