Edited By Elżbieta Chrzanowska-Kluczewska and Olga Vorobyova
The book offers an interdisciplinary discussion of the cognitive-semiotic interface between language, literature, and the arts, with a special focus on creativity and imagination. It brings together international contributors suggesting a wide range of innovative perspectives on the correlation between verbal discourse and creative artefacts. The book reveals the specificity of such phenomena as parallax, transparency, corporeal imagination, and multimodality. Alongside interpreting artistic texts, the contributors search for cognitive and semiotic manifestations of creativity in political and everyday discourse.
MADELEINE CAMPBELL is a writer, independent researcher and translator. She completed her PhD at the University of Glasgow in 2014, for which she translated Algerian Author Mohammed Dib (1920–2003) and explored, in collaboration with creative artists, translation as a performative rather than representational act. She continues to research translation as an experiential, intermedial process that involves the reader/audience as an active participant or ‘spect-actor’. She is a member of the Cultural Literacy in Europe forum, where she leads a special interest group on Intersemiotic Translation. Her translations of Maghrebi poets have been published in the University of California Book of North African Literature (2012), Scottish Poetry in Translation (2013) and Modern Poetry in Translation (Spring 2016). Her writings on translation include an article in CLCWeb (2013), essays in Lighthouse (2015) and Poetas que traducen poesìa (2015). She co-edited Quaich, An Anthology of Translation in Scotland Today (2014) with Georgina Collins and Anikó Szilágyi, featuring essays and translations into English, Scots and Gaelic from a variety of languages. (www.glasgow.academia.edu/MadeleineCampbell)
ELŻBIETA CHRZANOWSKA-KLUCZEWSKA is Professor Doctor habilitated of Linguistics and Head of the Institute of English Studies at the Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Poland, where she has been employed since 1981. Her PhD dissertation Modality as Represented in the Logical Form of Language (1990) was a fruit of her PhD studies in the Department of Linguistics, University of Connecticut, USA.
Her main areas of interest cover theoretical and literary semantics, stylistics, philosophy of...
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