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- ISBN 978-3-7011-0407-9
- Erscheinungsdatum: Juni 2018
- Ausführung: Broschur, 16,8 x 24,0 cm
- Seiten: 168
Off Campus: Seggau School of Thought 3
The third volume of the Off Campus: Seggau School of Thought publication series has followed the drumbeat of its very title: in redefining state, society, religion, art, culture, language, and policies, as the students and lecturers of the Graz International Summer School Seggau do each year. The present volume is the result of fruitful ongoing collaboration between two institutions: the University of Graz and the University of Iaşi (Romania). One of the outcomes of this year-long collaboration was the international symposium for students and young researchers Intercultural Communication, held at the University of Iaşi between May 6th and 7th of this year, which was offi cially co-organized by the University of Graz. Consequently, the two events – the Graz International Summer School Seggau 2017 and the Intercultural Communication symposium – are both represented in this volume, which intends to bring together, confront, contrast, and make for a mutual completion of a multiplicity of perspectives on matters of state, society, and religion and their often radical defi nitions, in the 21st century, but also historically.
Grazer Universitätsverlag: Allgemeine wissenschaftliche Reihe, Bd. 51
Dana Bădulescu is a Associate Professor in the Department of English of the University of Iaşi. Her research and teaching focus on modernist and postmodernist British and American literature, basic elements of literary theory and critical thinking, transculturalism, poetics and translations. Her most recent book Rushdie’s Cross-pollinations was published at Junimea Press in 2013.
Oana Ursulesku is a PhD student at the Universities of Novi Sad and Graz. Her research focuses on the liminal spaces of narration in literature and film, adaptation, intertextuality, and minority writing. She works at the Plurilingualism Research Unit and the Center for Inter-American Studies, both at the University of Graz.