Comparative Literature: Sharing Knowledges for Preserving Cultural Diversity - Volume II

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Lisa Block de Behar,Paola Mildonian,Jean-Michel Djian,Djelal Kadir,Alfons Knauth,Dolores Romero Lopez and Marcio Seligmann Silva
EOLSS Publications, 29 нояб. 2009 г. - Всего страниц: 362

Comparative Literature: Sharing Knowledges for Preserving Cultural Diversity theme is a component of Encyclopedia of Social Sciences and Humanities in the global Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS), which is an integrated compendium of twenty one Encyclopedias. 
The Theme on Comparative Literature: Sharing Knowledge's for Preserving Cultural Diversity provides six different topics: 1. Language, literature and human sustainability; 2.  Relationships among literature and other artistic activities and discourses ; 3.  Comparative literature and other fields of knowledge; 4. Comparative literature, criticism and media ; 5. Comparative literature in the age of global change; 6. Translatio studii and cross-cultural movements or Weltverkehr.

These three volumes are aimed at a wide spectrum of audiences: University and College Students, Educators and Research Personnel.



 

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THE IMPACT OF MEDIA ON LITERATURE
19
CRITICISM AND MEDIA
32
CRITICISM AND EDUCATION
52
ALTERNATIVE FORMS IN THE DISTRIBUTION OF LITERATURE
82
CULTURAL DEVELOPMENT INFORMATION AND KNOWLEDGE
97
THE VIEW OF NATURE IN JAPANESE LITERATURE
117
A SOCIOCULTURAL ECOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE FROM JAPAN
144
CULTURAL JUSTICE
169
IMPACTS OF CONTEMPORARY DEVELOPMENTS ON GENERAL AND COMPARATIVE LITERATURE
184
TECHNOLOGIES AND LITERATURES
201
THE RELEVANCE OF DISTINCTIVE KINDS OF SUPPORTING MATERIALS
210
INTERACTIVITY AND OPENENDING LITERARY WORKS
223
VIRTUAL TRIPS
234
TRANSLATIO STUDII AND CROSSCULTURAL MOVEMENTS OR WELTVERKEHR
250
MODERN ANTHOLOGIES OF WORLD POETRY
268
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Lisa Block de Behar is professor of Communication Analysis at the Universidad de la República (Uruguay). She earned a Ph. D. in Language and Literature at the École des Hautes Études (France) and is the author, among others books, of Medios, pantallas y otros lugares communes (Katz, 2009); Jules Laforgue ou les métaphores du déplacement (L’Harmattan, 2004); Borges. The Passion of a Endless Quotation (Suny, 2002) and A Rhetoric of Silence and Other Selected Writings (Mouton, 1995). She was awarded a Humboldt Prize in 2001.

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