History of Literature Department, Romanian Academy, A. Philippide Institute of Romanian Philology,
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Comparatists and critics are invited for the 2015 Special Issue of International Journal of Literature and Arts, titled World Literature, Comparative Literature and (Comparative) Cultural Studies. The aim of the special issue is to collect studies of literary comparatists and critics in order to exchange opinions on the literary works and cultural values of world literature from comparative perspective. The researchers may approach the texts in regional, national or global contexts. The scope of this special issue is to focus on intertextual relations, interactions and influences between the texts across boundaries and to provide contributes with scientific analyses to the world literature, comparative literature or cultural studies as well as national literature, one of any theoretical methods of modern or postmodern critical aspects.
General Aims and Scope: 1. Theory of Comparative literature 2. Comparative literary studies 3. Translation in comparative literature 4. World literature 5. Comparative regional, national, international studies 6. (Comparative) Cultural, linguistic, educational, sociological, psychological studies 7. Intertextuality 8. Modern or postmodern aspects to world literature 9. Deconstruction in comparative/cultural studies 10. Comparative aesthetic and theories and criticism 11. Comparative poetry, tale/story, novel/fiction, travel wrtings, letters etc., 12. Comparative Women studies, gender studies, sociological, psychological perspectives 13. International Folkloric studies 14. Mass media