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Europe and Its Interior Other(s)

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213 pages
Hardback
ISBN 978 87 7124 128 0

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Who were and who are the European Other(s), and how have their socio-cultural circumstances been aesthetically expressed and discussed in works of literature and art in European history?

Members of the interdisciplinary group of researchers "The Borders of Europe" address these questions and shed new light on the notion of European transnational identity, self-conscience and exclusion. Making a mental, space-time journey across and beyond Europe's borders ─ moving from medieval times to the present, from Istanbul to the northernmost tip of Norway ─ the authors show how the dangerous dynamics of "Othering", estrangement, intolerance and hatred have become an inherent part of the continent's history.

Table of contents

The Historical Dimension of the European Other(s)

Meeting the Other in a Medieval Chivalric Novel

Pilgrims' Progress: Leaving the Old World for the New World, with Robert Cushman

Resistance to History: Heinrich von Kleist's War Poem Germania an ihre Kinder

Europe and the Jews

Inventing Tolerance in Europe and Utopia: Inclusion and Exclusion

Queering the Holocaust: Making the Impossible Possible

Andorran Jews and Other Strangers: Narratives of Identity and Otherness in European Post-War Literature

Jewishness as an Expression of the European Other in the Novels of Marguerite Duras

Variations of the Interior Other(s)

The Boomerang of Imperial Conquest: On Russia's Internal Orientals and the Colonization of One's Own

Scenic Landscapes and Dialogic Spaces on the Outskirts of Europe: Arctic Drama and Polar Surrealism in the Arts ─ a Cross-disciplinary Approach

Istanbul's Architecture in Literature ─ from Le Corbusier to Orhan Pamuk

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