Blaski i cienie globalizacji, czyli problemy polonistyki w badaniach komparatystycznych

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Grossman, E. (2009)
  • Publisher: Polska Akademia Nauk, Instytut Badan Literackich

Polish Studies and the Concerns of Literary Globalisation. \ud \ud The article analyses the phenomenon of literary globalisation in view of its potential usefulness and impact on a broadly understood Polish Studies. Making references to various research approaches such as postcolonial studies, gender studies, cultural studies, eco-feminism and a search for ‘glocality;’ Grossman suggests a few potential solutions that can re-locate Polish-studies research on the international humanities’ orbit. In this approach, globalisation does not appear as a threat but rather, an empowering shift worth taking advantage of.
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