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tor 10 jun
14:00-15:30 | Zoom
Everyday Self-reflection from Heidegger to Hamaguchi – Concept Narratives in Film and in Literature
Lecture by Reidar Due, Magdalen College – Oxford University followed by Bodil-Marie Stavning Thomsen’s response. This paper discusses the aesthetic representation of self-reflection within concept narratives, in film and in literature. Based on the philosopher Martin Heidegger’s phenomenology in his work Sein und Zeit (Being and Time, 1927), the paper develops a concept of representation of everyday self-reflection and asks the question: how can a subject of self-reflection be represented aesthetically, in such a way that this subject is not identical with that of a psychological character in a realist novel (or film)? The conceptual novel Abfall für alle, Roman eines Jahres (2003) by Rainald Goetz, presents the self-portrait of a character whose life largely consists of reflections upon the world around him. The Japanese director Ryusuke Hamaguchi, in his cycle of five short films Senses (Happy Hour, 2015), develops techniques that were first introduced by the French director Eric Rohmer. They consist in presenting characters who are engaged in self-presentation, while reflecting upon themselves, in the company of others. We may now ask: to what extent is everyday self-reflection governed by norms of truth in these concept narratives? This question leads to a discussion of the concept of truth-saying in the later works of Michel Foucault.
ons 19 maj
15:00-16:30 | Zoom
Online paneldebat om og med Toril Moi
Den såkaldte postkritik har åbnet for en fornyet diskussion af, hvad læsning er, og i den forbindelse stillet sig kritisk over for mistankens hermeneutik og dens angivelige dominans i vor tids litteraturvidenskab. Litteraturprogrammet på Aarhus Universitet inviterer til paneldebat om disse og relaterede spørgsmål, sådan som de rejses og diskuteres i Toril Mois seneste bog The Revolution of the Ordinary. Literary Studies After Wittgenstein, Austin, and Cavell (2017). Vi har indbudt Moi selv til at rede trådende ud, men fremfor den traditionelle zoom-forelæsnings envejstale vil udredningen ske i kritisk dialog med en stribe paneldeltagere, der hver vil holde korte oplæg om Mois bog. Vi håber på den måde at kunne skabe et levende og nuanceret forum for diskussionen af de litteraturvidenskabelige metoders tilstand.
man 29 apr
15:15-17:00 | Building 1584, room 212
Public lecture with Professor Martin Puchner, Harvard University
"World Literature from Mesopotamia to the Moon"
tor 06 dec
13:00-16:00 | Building 1485, room 316
RPLS meeting
RPLS meeting and short presentations of ongoing research by members of RPLS
tir 20 nov
13:00-16:00 | Building 1584, room 120
Thesis Seminar
Sophus Helle: Thesis Seminar
tir 20 nov
10:15-12:00 | Building 1586, room 114 (Forskerhuset)
Lecture by prof. Ben Hutchinson (University of Kent)
"In the Middle of Life's Way: Literature and the Art of Ageing"
man 19 nov
19:30-21:00 | Building 1584, room 124
Evening seminar
Comparative literature today with prof. Alexander Beecroft and prof. Ben Hutchinson
tir 13 nov
15:00-17:00 | Building 1485, 3rd floor, Frokoststuen (Lunch Room)
Book Reception
The editors will present two edited volumes to be published in October 2018 with many contributors from RPLS, namely 50 værker: Højdepunkter i verdenslitteraturen and Verdenslitteraturer: Introduktion til litteraturen uden for Europa. NB! Presentations will be in Danish.
man 08 okt
15:00-18:00 | 1586-114
Book Reception
Two researchers from RPLS will present their recent book publications. Frits Andersen: Sydhavsøen: Nydelsens geografi and Jonas Ross Kjærgård: Reimagining Society in 18th Century French Literature: Happiness and Human Rights.
tir 02 okt
11:00-18:00 | Open seminar 11-13 room 1253-211. Workshop 14-18 room 1584-112
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