05/09-05/10/2014, International Conference: “Paisajes sumergidos – Paisajes invisibles [Submerged Landscapes - Invisible Landscapes]“, Potsdam

Formas y normas de convivencia en las literaturas y culturas del Caribe

Conference Poster (PDF)

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05/09-05/10/2014, International Conference: "Paisajes sumergidos - Paisajes invisibles [Submerged Landscapes - Invisible Landscapes]", Potsdam

05/09-05/10/2014, International Conference: “Paisajes sumergidos – Paisajes invisibles [Submerged Landscapes - Invisible Landscapes]“, Potsdam

The workshop is part of a research project by the Universität Potsdam, Germany with financial support from the DFG (Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft) – Project “Konvivenz in Differenz in der Größeren Karibik und Zentralamerika” – and is presented in cooperation with the Universität zu Köln.

Program (Spanish)

Friday, May 9, 2014

Haus 8, Foyerräume (0.60/0.61)

09:00–09:15 PALABRAS DE BIENVENIDA Ottmar Ette y Gesine Müller

09:15–10:00 CONFERENCIA DE INAUGURACIÓN Luisa Campuzano (La Habana): De „Golfo de México“ a „West Indies, Ltd.“, para otra invención del Caribe

Paisajes sumergidos entre el Caribe y EEUU

10:00–10:45 Yvette Sánchez (St. Gallen): Inmersión en la diáspora: emergentes escritores dominicanos en EE.UU.

10:45–11:15 Café

11:15–12:00 Jorge Duany (Miami): Paisajes transnacionales: Los espacios diaspóricos del Caribe hispánico en Estados Unidos Continue reading

03/05-03/07/2013, Conference/PhD Workshop: “Verlag Macht Weltliteratur” [Publisher Power World Literature], Marbach

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03/05-03/07/2013, Conference/PhD Workshop: "Verlag Macht Weltliteratur" [Publisher Power World Literature], Marbach (© DLA-Marbach)

03/05-03/07/2013, Conference/PhD Workshop: “Verlag Macht Weltliteratur” [Publisher Power World Literature], Marbach (© DLA-Marbach)

The 3-day event is the fifth research encounter in a series of “Forschungstreffen Suhrkamp/Insel”, hosted by the Deutsches Literaturarchiv Marbach. The combined conference and young researcher’s workshop is organized by the Deutsches Literaturarchiv Marbach and Gesine Müller (Universität Potsdam) with support of the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) and further funding by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) and the Federal Foreign Office (AA).

The conference title “Publisher Power World Literature” aims to tackle several questions:

How come that some literary works turn successful and become part of the canon of world literature? What is the role of publishing strategies, translation processes, and the international book market in pushing authors and their works? Focusing on the literary networks between Germany and Latin America, both scholars and central participants of the literary field explore literary production from a transnational perspective. Continue reading