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    dear friend, ada tawaran ke jerman nih, siapa mau ikut??? Perhaps some of you may be interested or know of anyone who may be interested in applying :) Ima Dear
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      dear friend, ada tawaran ke jerman nih, siapa mau
      ikut???

      Perhaps some of you may be interested or know of
      anyone who may be
      interested in applying :)

      Ima


      Dear colleagues,

      below please find an announcement for a Summer
      Academy, the
      Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin's Working Group
      Modernity and Islam is
      co-organizing with the Swedish Institute in
      Alexandria.
      I kindly ask you to spread and forward the information
      about the summer
      academy among scholars you consider to be a good
      candidate as well as to
      institutions which might host scholars who are working
      in the thematic
      field of the academy. We would be especially grateful
      if you could also
      encourage applications by young scholars from the
      Middle and Near
      East.

      Yours sincerely,

      Georges Khalil

      PS Please excuse double postings.


      INTERNATIONAL SUMMER ACADEMY
      FOR DOCTORAL AND POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCHERS

      The Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin's Working Group
      Modernity and Islam,
      in cooperation with
      the Swedish Institute in Alexandria, invites
      applications for an
      international Summer
      Academy on the theme:

      "LITERATURES AND BORDERS - DELIMITATIONS.
      TRANSGRESSIONS"

      The Summer Academy is scheduled for August 29
      -September 8, 2004 at the
      Swedish Institute
      in Alexandria, Egypt and will be chaired by Dr.
      Friederike Pannewick
      (Free University
      Berlin). 24 young scholars will be given the
      opportunity to present
      and discuss their current research, while a group of
      leading scholars
      from the field of Comparative Literature and Near
      Eastern Literatures
      will act as tutors.

      The Summer Academy will focus on three issues: The
      first focus will be
      on questions of literary theory and methodology
      concerning the concepts
      of national literatures and world literature.
      The term world literature does not point to a canon of
      exemplary works,
      but rather to a new
      prerequisite of literary production in the context of
      transnational
      communication.
      This section will have to tackle the paradoxical
      phenomenon that the
      idea of world literature was developed in Europe by
      Goethe at the same
      time as concepts of national literature emerged in
      European Romanticism.
      In our reflection on various theories of world
      literature, the focus
      will be on the simultaneity of drawing and crossing
      borders. To what
      extent can these developments, concepts, and literary
      terms also be
      applied outside their European place of origin or be
      reconceptualized
      from other perspectives? The second focus is on
      literary mobility in
      space and language, on issues associated with
      Diaspora, exile and
      minorities, and facets of multilingualism. Relevant
      aspects are the
      hegemonial potential of language, hybrid forms of
      language (Kanaksprak,
      Franglais, etc.), the homogenization of literary forms
      versus the
      disappearance of certain other forms, and problems of
      translation. The
      third focus is on the mobility of literary (and maybe
      also performative
      and visual) forms and genres. During processes of
      transfer, not only the
      receiving culture but also the transferred aesthetic
      form itself
      changes. Post-colonial theory has made some very
      interesting points
      toward gaining a better understanding of contemporary
      non-European
      literatures; but the underlying concept of
      an exclusive dichotomy of colonial, i.e., European
      ,powers and colonized
      cultures runs the risk of missing the crucial
      multilateral relationships
      between various non-European literatures, like the
      Arabic and
      Latin-American literatures. And it neglects the
      colonies' multiple
      repercussions on the colonizers. The Summer Academy
      will be held within
      the overall
      framework of the project "Cultural Mobility in Near
      Eastern Literatures"
      (supported by the
      German Federal Ministry of Education and Research),
      which focuses on the
      diverse processes of transfer, exchange, and
      interaction between the
      literatures of the Near East and other world
      literatures.

      CONDITIONS OF APPLICATION

      Participants receive a stipend covering travel and
      accommodation
      expenses. The program addresses doctoral and
      postdoctoral researchers in
      Comparative Literature, Middle Eastern and other
      philologies, and
      historians, anthropologists, and sociologists with an
      interest in
      literary studies and in opening up Comparative Studies
      beyond the
      limitations of national or regional perspectives. The
      researchers' work
      should be clearly relevant to the theme(s) of
      the summer academy. The working language is English.
      The application,
      consisting of a curriculum vitae, a five-page outline
      of the project the
      applicant is currently working on, with a brief
      summary thereof, and two
      names of referees (university faculty members) should
      be submitted and
      received, in English, by April 15, 2004 to:
      Working Group Modernity and Islam
      Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin
      z. Hd. Georges Khalil
      Wallotstra�e 19
      14193 Berlin
      Germany
      Fax: +49 - 30 - 89 00 12 00
      Email: khalil@w...

      The Summer Academy is funded by the Swedish
      Riksbankens Jubileumsfond.

      For further information on the Working Group
      Modernity and Islam please visit:
      http://www.wiko-berlin.de/kolleg/projekte/AKMI?hpl=2
      <http://www.wiko-berlin.de/kolleg/projekte/AKMI?hpl=2>

      for information on the Swedish Institute in
      Alexandria:
      http://www.swedalex.org <http://www.swedalex.org> .
      --- End forwarded message ---






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