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A circulação literária e cultural

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Jose Luis Jobim

Uma questão importante para os estudos literários é a circulação de obras além de seu lugar de origem. Muitos outros aspectos devem ser levados em consideração também, como a posição assimétrica dos autores e de suas obras na circulação internacional, condicionada pela posição relativa de línguas e culturas em um mercado global. Este volume estuda a circulação literária e cultural e inclui ensaios que exploram este tópico tanto em estudos de caso, analisando obras e autores de diversas literaturas e culturas, quanto em discussões sobre questões teóricas referentes à circulação e a tudo que ela implica: temporalidade, lugar, método, objetos materiais e conceitos.

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Professor João Cezar de Castro Rocha Professor of Comparative Literature at Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro (UERJ) and President of the Brazilian Association of Comparative Literature (ABRALIC).

This book series aims to bring together two cultural traditions that shaped Brazil as an “imagined community”, to recall Benedict Anderson: on the one hand, the so-called pensamento social brasileiro, founded on an essayistic tradition, scrutinized Brazilian historical processes in order to glean an all-encompassing answer to the question of national identity; on the other hand, the academic tradition, rooted in the university, privileged theoretical and methodological concerns over literary style. Brazilian Studies aims to bridge the gap between these two traditions, enriching both precisely by virtue of their differences.

The series welcomes manuscripts in all disciplines of human and social sciences and literary and cultural studies. It is open to multiple, even opposing, theoretical and methodological approaches: from literary criticism and comparative literature to archival and intellectual history; from cultural and media studies to material culture; from film and television studies to art history and education; from anthropological to sociological and historical case studies. Brazilian Studies will foster exchanges between new trends in scholarship in Brazil and the English-speaking world, providing a platform for studies on Brazilian history, society, culture and literature.

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