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Contextualising Literature and Media

Edited By Dorota Filipczak

The aim of the series is to introduce new, incisive analyses of literature and media in

different cultural contexts. The series will focus on the phenomena that are inderdisciplinary

and dissolve the boundary between literature and media such as film, music

video, computer games etc. The idea behind the series is to show how our traditional

understanding of literature can be transformed by the cultural, social and technological

contexts. The successive studies will be informed by the scholarly background

of contemporary literary theory and media studies, while seeking to relate literature

and media to the challenges of contemporary world. The books published in

the series will bridge the gap between diverse discourses and involve different fields

of study, e.g. philosophy, gender studies, cultural studies etc.