Petra Broomans: “Aesthetics and Politics in Cultural Transfer History: Case: Henriette Roland Holst – Martha Muusses – Hagar Olsson”
- Date: –17:00
- Location: Engelska parken - Eng6-0031
- Organiser: The Department of Literature
- Contact person: Anna Williams
The General Seminar - Literature
One of two lectures in connection with the workshop "The Dynamics and Contexts of Cultural Transfers".
Petra Broomans, associate professor, Department of Scandinavian Languages and Cultures, University of Groningen: “Aesthetics and Politics in Cultural Transfer History: Case: Henriette Roland Holst – Martha Muusses – Hagar Olsson”.
Presentation of "The Dynamics and Contexts of Cultural Transfers"
The second U4-workshop (a collaboration between the universities of Ghent, Groningen, Göttingen and Uppsala) seeks to examine the nature and consequences of cultural flows and transfers. The meeting will discuss ways in which cultural, social and political/ideological elements cross both national and cultural boundaries, how they are changed and how they affect the cultural contexts in which they arrive. Processes of translation and adaptation play an important role, as do the roles which different actors —governmental, academic, and artistic—play. Specific research questions deal with processes of reception, translations and canonization of literary and artistic works, trans-national cultural transformations, the role of the academic study of national cultures outside the homeland, the constructions of cultural and national images, and public and cultural diplomacy.