Mar 23, 2020
"Copia / Kopie: Echoeffekte in der Frühen Neuzeit", the new book by Anita Traninger, Co-Director of EXC 2020, is now available from Wehrhahn Verlag
Mar 06, 2020
Dustin Breitenwischer’s Scientific Network “Kulturen ästhetischen Widerstands/Cultures of Aesthetic Resistance”, funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG), has launched its homepage.
Feb 03, 2020
Miguel Rivas Venegas receives Spanish Ministry of Science Postdoctoral Funding through the Juan de la Cierva program
EXC 2020 Fellow Miguel Rivas Venegas has been awarded Spain's most prestigious postdoctoral award - Juan de la Cierva- formación. Among hundreds of such awards given annually in Spain, only approximately 10-13 are given to humanities-based researchers.
Dec 03, 2019
As described in Freie Universität-Berlin's University News, "Gründler provides important insights into the world of Arabic literature with its multifaceted global interweavings, covering almost a millennium and a half."
Nov 19, 2019
The dossier "Experimental Poetry Networks" co-edited by EXC 2020 member Jasmin Wrobel is now published in the journal Materialities of Literature
Co-edited by Wrobel and Pauline Bachmann (Universität Zürich), the dossier "Experimental Poetry Networks: Material Circulations" explores how "experimental poetry evolved as an international and also highly collaborative practice ranging from visual, sound and installation to performative formats".
Nov 19, 2019
Nina Diezemann's article "The Canon is a Choir," considers how the panel discussion jointly hosted by the Internationales Literaturfestival and EXC 2020 "Temporal Communities" explored the polyphony of literature in a globalized world.
Oct 11, 2019
EXC 2020 "Temporal Communities" is proud to report that Dr. Bart Soethaert, research-track Postdoc in Research Area 5, received the Prize for Best Dissertation 2018 for his work The turn towards the 'present-past'. Horizons of the historical novel (1935–1950) in Greece.
Oct 10, 2019
"Literatur als Arbeit an globaler Verflechtung" - Anita Traninger interviewed by Till Breyer in the blog "Literaturwissenschaft in Berlin"
"Das Nationalliteratur-Paradigma hat dazu geführt, dass die Fäden, die zwischen Texten historisch aufgespannt wurden, mutwillig abgeschnitten wurden und werden..."
Oct 02, 2019