Publications

Alex Ciorogar. “Beyond the Death and Return of the Author. Authorial Regimes and Ecologies in the Age of Digital Globalization”. In Mircea Martin, Maria Sass, Andrei Terian (Eds.), The German Model in Romanian Culture, Berlin, Peter Lang, 2021 (forthcoming).

Alex Ciorogar. “The Ascension of the Author and Ecologies of Knowledge. A New Theoretical Framework”. Transylvanian Review 2/2021 (forthcoming).

Daiana Gârdan. “What makes a realist-socialist novel? Style, Topics, and Development in Romania”. In Ștefan Baghiu, Ovio Olaru, Andrei Terian (Eds.), Beyond the Iron Courtain: Revising the Literary System of Communist Romania, Berlin, Peter Lang, 2021, p. 45-60: Link.

Daiana Gârdan. “Glocal Literatures in the Making. The Interstitial Novel in Modern Romania as World-Literature”. Transylvanian Review 2/2021 (forthcoming).

Ovio Olaru. “Ethnocentrism by Proxy. The Ideological Triangulation of Romanian-German Literature”. In Ștefan Baghiu, Ovio Olaru, Andrei Terian (Eds.), Beyond the Iron Courtain: Revising the Literary System of Communist Romania, Berlin, Peter Lang, 2021, p. 193-214: Link.

Ovio Olaru. “Socialist Realism Without Socialism. The Scandinavian ’60s”. Transylvanian Review 2/2021 (forthcoming).

Emanuel Modoc. “Becoming Avant-garde: Romanian Appropriations of Dada Techniques through East-Central European Networking”. In Oliver A. I. Botar, Irina Denischenko, Gábor Dobó, Merse Pál Szeredi (Eds.), Pluralities: Dada Techniques in Central and Eastern Europe, Boston, Brill, 2021 (forthcoming).

Petronia Petrar. “Late, but Timely: James Kelman’s Reappraisal of Modernism”. Transylvanian Review 2/2021 (forthcoming).

Adriana Stan. “Arheologii ale prezentului în Istoria literaturii române contemporane: 1990-2020”. Transilvania 7-8/2021, pp. 61-66: doi.org/10.51391/trva.2021.07-08.07.

Mihaela Ursa. “Cosmopolis Today: Comparative Literature and Its Diacritical Marks”. In vol. Migrating Minds. Theories and Practices of Cultural Cosmopolitanism. Eds. Didier Coste, Christina Kkona and Nicoletta Pireddu, Routledge. DOI: 10.4324/9781003144632-21.

Mihaela Ursa. “Cultures in Translation: Shared Peripherality”. Transylvanian Review 2/2021 (forthcoming).

Mihaela Ursa. “‘You Should Just Be Proud!’A Nobel Farce”. In Nikol Dziub, Augustin Voegele (Eds.), Le prix Nobel de littérature et l’Europe/ The Nobel Prize for Literature and Europe, Berlin, Peter Lang, 2021 (forthcoming).

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