Od integrální humanitní komparatistiky k integrální literární komparatistice
FROM INTEGRATED COMPARATIVE HUMANITIES TO INTEGRATED COMPARATIVE LITERATURE
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The article presents the ‘Integrated Comparative literature’ project, part of the broader ‘Integrated Comparative studies in the humanities’, linking together research on literature, history, sociology, anthropology, and even aesthetics. Comparative research on literature, which the author considers chiefly a part of territorial studies, considerably extends the methodological perspective, going beyond the traditionally ‘pure’ areas of the humanities. The traditional functions of literature, as well as genres and sub-genres, has been changing as a result of globalization, the predominance of the World Wide Web, and the formation of new centres, altering the relations both within a culture and amongst different cultures, including literature.
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