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Grossman, E. (2009)
Publisher: Polska Akademia Nauk, Instytut Badan Literackich
Languages: English
Types: Article
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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