Edited By E.W.B. Hess-Lüttich, Anita Czeglédy, Edit Kovács and Petra Szatmári
Transformationen eines zentraleuropäischen Kulturraumes infolge der historischen Wenden im 20. Jahrhundert: Ihre narrative Konstitution in der gegenwärtigen Literatur Galiziens
Larissa Cybenko (Universität L’viv / Universität Wien)
Transformationen eines zentraleuropäischen Kulturraumes infolge der historischen Wenden im 20. Jahrhundert:
Ihre narrative Konstitution in der gegenwärtigen Literatur Galiziens
The geopolitical entity of historical Habsburg Galicia – the historical region between East and West, which has become paradigmatic for Central Europe – has functioned as a laboratory for testing and balancing affiliations and delimitations. This controversial area of discourse has become attractive for several disciplines because it has been ethnically, religiously, linguistically, socially and politically diverse from the beginning. However besides its heterogeneity, the common cultural space of historical Galicia, which developed on symbolic level, was characterised by an express hybridity. Several global conflicts, which radically influenced Central European history and the history of Galicia in particular during the course of the 20th century, triggered here the political and temporal breaks. They had a direct effect on Galicia and caused its transformation from a heterogeneous-hybrid into a homogenous cultural space. Research into the processes of transformation of the cultural space of Galicia is carried out on the basis of a spatial interpretation of narratively formed cultural phenomena in the literature of Galicia. The novel of the modern Ukrainian Writer Taras Prochas'ko NeProsti (UnSimple, 2002) will be approached from a current methodological interdisciplinary perspective: literary hermeneutics are to be extended with spatial hermeneutics. These innovative methodological approaches enable the comparison of literature and history.
Das geographisch-politische Gebilde Galizien – die für Zentraleuropa paradigmatisch gewordene...
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