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Editors: Kerstin Bergman, Per Bäckström, Christian Claesson, Leif Dahlberg, Torbjörn Forslid, Carin Franzén, Anna Cullhed, Stefan Helgesson, Paula Henrikson, Jonas Ingvarsson, Anders Johansson, Christer Johansson, Cecilia Lindhé, Roland Lysell, Håkan Möller, Bengt Novén, Janina Orlov, Cecilia Sjöholm, Jenny Sundén and Magnus Ullén
Title: Codex and Code: Aestethcis, Language and Politics in an Age of Digital Media, NORLIT 2009, Stockholm, August 6–9, 2009
Language: Swedish, Norwegian, Danish and English
Issue: 42
Introduction [en]:

The conference Codex and Code: Aesthetics, Language and Politics in an Age of Digital Media (NorLit 2009) was held at the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) in Stockholm, August 6–9, 2009. The conference was organized by the Nordic Association for Comparative Literature (NorLit); the Department of Culture and Communication, Linköping University; the School of Computer Science and Communication, Royal Institute of Technology (KTH); the Department of Comparative Literature, Stockholm University; the Department of Culture and Communication, Södertörn University College; and the Department of Comparative Literature, Uppsala University.
    The aim of the conference was to develop the study of Comparative Literature through Nordic collaboration both in its own discipline and in Modern Language and Cultural studies. As the title for the conference suggests, the principal question for the conference was the challenge that the study of literature encounters in an age of digitalization and globalization. It was our aim to encourage discussion of how literary studies respond to the ongoing changes in media and technology, politics and economy. Many have argued that the Humanities currently are in a state of crisis. We believe that the discipline seldom has found itself in such an interesting and fruitful historical moment. Several of these questions have surfaced during earlier media system changes, in particular during Romanticism and Modernism, which provided the conference with an historical frame. The conference Codex and Code also addressed questions of authenticity and originality, identity and gender, literary genres and reading practices, media and materiality, culture and popular culture, language and history, world literature, work aesthetics, translations, and canon formation.
    The conference Codex and Code wanted to stimulate interdisciplinary scholarly research of the literary in a broad sense. The conference was open to scholars in Comparative Literature and in Classical and Modern Languages, Aesthetics, Media and Communication studies, Film and Theatre studies, Philosophy and adjacent disciplines. The conference was organized around a number of thematic sessions in which researchers and scholars presented and discussed papers.
    The conference has received generous financial support from the Bank of Sweden Tercentenary Foundation, Magnus Bergwall foundation, Granholms foundation, Linköping University, School of Computer Science and Communication, Royal Institute of Technology, Svenska litteratursällskapet; the Swedish Academy, Swedish Science Council, and Vitterhetsakademien.

Leif Dahlberg, Sara Danius, Otto Fischer, Carin Franzén, Roland Lysell and Martin Svensson Ekström

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Publisher: Linköping University Electronic Press
Year: 2009
Available: 2010-04-27
No. of pages: 484
Series: Linköping Electronic Conference Proceedings
ISSN (print): 1650-3686
ISSN (online): 1650-3740
File: http://www.ep.liu.se/ecp/042/ecp09042.pdf
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Bergman, Kerstin ; Bäckström, Per ; Claesson, Christian ; Dahlberg, Leif ; Forslid, Torbjörn ; Franzén, Carin ; Cullhed, Anna ; Helgesson, Stefan ; Henrikson, Paula ; Ingvarsson, Jonas ; Johansson, Anders ; Johansson, Christer ; Lindhé, Cecilia ; Lysell, Roland ; Möller, Håkan ; Novén, Bengt ; Orlov, Janina ; Sjöholm, Cecilia ; Sundén Jenny and Ullén, Magnus (2010). Codex and Code: Aestethcis, Language and Politics in an Age of Digital Media, NORLIT 2009, Stockholm, August 6–9, 2009. http://www.ep.liu.se/ecp/042/ (2021-01-17)

Avant-garde

Chair: Per Bäckström, Universitetet i Tromsø

42:1
Gunnar Foss
Jan Erik Vold 1966 – Avantgardist, Pirate Editor and Offset Enthusiast
[Abstract and Fulltext]

42:2
Anker Gemzøe
Medial Avant-Garde and Renewal of Genre. About Merete Pryds Helle’s SMS-Novel Jeg tror, jeg elsker dig (I Think I Love You), 2008
[Abstract and Fulltext]

42:3
Leena Kaunonen
The Roads That  Lead Far Away :The history of Finnish modernist movements and the rise of Post-war modernism
[Abstract and Fulltext]

42:4
Nathaniel Kramer
The Body Doubled. Villy Sørensen’s “Duo” and the Truth of the Body
[Abstract and Fulltext]

42:5
Peter Stein Larsen
The Return of the Inter-War Period Avant-Garde in Danish Poetry around the Year 2000
[Abstract and Fulltext]

42:6
Per Bäckström
“L’art, expression de la Société, est précurseur et révélateur”. The Heterogeneity of the Notion of “Avant-Garde”
[Abstract and Fulltext]

Children’s Literature

Chair: Janina Orlov, Stockholms universitet

42:7
Magnus Öhrn
Världens fyra hörn – om kartans betydelse för äventyret och den manliga konstruktionen i svensk barn- och ungdomslitteratur
[Abstract and Fulltext]

Contemporary Aesthetics

Chair: Cecilia Sjöholm, Södertörns högskola

42:8
David Watson
In Ghostlier Demarcations: Transnationalism and the Aesthetic
[Abstract and Fulltext]

Critical Theory

Chair: Anders Johansson, redaktör Glänta

42:9
Camilla Flodin
Naturen som ”alls icke omyndig” vs. ”Det finns ingen natur längre”
[Abstract and Fulltext]

42:10
Johan Frederik Hartle
Lukács efter Adorno. Om litteraturteorins politik
[Abstract and Fulltext]

42:11
Mattias Martinson
Profan illumination. Adorno, drömmar, konst och utopi
[Abstract and Fulltext]

Drama theory and aesthetics

Chair: Roland Lysell, Stockholms universitet

42:12
Roland Lysell
Mythosbegreppet efter den aristoteliska dramateorins återtåg
[Abstract and Fulltext]

French Literature

Chair: Bengt Novén, Karlstads universitet

42:13
Inês Bartolo
Om retorikk og litteratur i Jean Paulhans Les fleurs de Tarbes ou La Terreur dans les Lettres
[Abstract and Fulltext]

Literature and Narrative Spaces

Chair: Christian Claesson, Högskolan Dalarna

42:14
Andrea Castro
Hur berättar man framtiden? Utopier i Argentina kring 1910
[Abstract and Fulltext]

42:15
Christer Ekholm
Lokaliseringen som grepp, exemplen Sandermose och Camus
[Abstract and Fulltext]

42:16
Anna Forné
Minnenas materialitet i Breven som aldrig kom av Mauricio Rosencof
[Abstract and Fulltext]

Literature and Science

Chair: Kerstin Bergman, Lunds universitet

42:17
Kerstin Bergman
Crime Fiction as Popular Science. The Case of Åsa Nilsonne
[Abstract and Fulltext]

42:18
Niclas Johansson
Willy Kyrklund och kvantmekaniken. Om strukturer i novellen ”Katten”
[Abstract and Fulltext]

Literature in New Media

Chairs: Jonas Ingvarsson, Karlstads universitet
           Cecilia Lindhé, Umeå universitet

42:19
Johan Elmfeldt and Magnus Persson
Kreativ läsning och mediereflexivitet – ett försök till inringning av en problematik
[Abstract and Fulltext]

42:20
Maria Helena Svensson
Her Mother and His Hand? A Study of Possessives and Nouns in Bridget Jones’s Diary and fan fiction
[Abstract and Fulltext]

Literature – Religion – Philosophy

Chair: Håkan Möller, Uppsala universitet

42:21
Katarina Båth
Den romantiska ironins cirklar
[Abstract and Fulltext]

42:22
Mattias Martinson
Om Nietzsches aforistiska och experimentella religionskritik
[Abstract and Fulltext]

42:23
Jayne Svenungsson
Wrestling with Angels Or How to Avoid Decisionist Messianic Romances
[Abstract and Fulltext]

Media and Mediality

Chairs: Leif Dahlberg och Jenny Sundén, Skolan för datavetenskap och kommunikation, KTH

42:24
Anna Biström
Hur ska man läsa Eva Dahlgren? Artisten/författaren som (kon)text
[Abstract and Fulltext]

Narratology and Intersemiotics

Chair: Christer Johansson, Stockholms universitet

42:25
Andreas Hedberg
En misslyckad motståndshandling. Viktor Rydbergs Vapensmeden och den kvantitativa indikatorn
[Abstract and Fulltext]

42:26
Bo G. Jansson
Historiografisk metafiktion och faktion: romantikens berättelse om den förstenade gruvdrängen Fet-Mats i två postmoderna versioner
[Abstract and Fulltext]

42:27
Kristian Larsson
Narrativ opålitlighet eller diskordans i Döden i Venedig?
[Abstract and Fulltext]

Older Literature – Methodological Problems in Research

Chair: Paula Henrikson, Uppsala universitet

42:28
Sigrid Schottenius
Probas centodikt ur ett mediehistoriskt perspektiv
[Abstract and Fulltext]

Poetics

Chair: Anna Cullhed, Uppsala universitet

42:29
Karin Nykvist
Poesi som poetik i lyrikutgivningen 2008
[Abstract and Fulltext]

Pornography

Chair: Magnus Ullén, Karlstads universitet

42:30
Michael Frank
The Ontology of the Pornographic Image: Some Speculations
[Abstract and Fulltext]

42:31
Mariah Larsson
Drawing the Line: Generic Boundaries of the Pornographic Film in Early 1970’s Sweden
[Abstract and Fulltext]

Post-colonialism

Chair: Stefan Helgesson, Uppsala universitet

42:32
Erik Falk
Postcolonial Literature in the Global Marketplace: A Few Thoughts on Political and Aesthetic Value in the Field
[Abstract and Fulltext]

42:33
My Svensson
Svennar och ”Russkies”. Identitet och motstånd i Jonas Hassen Khemiris Ett öga rött och Dorota Masłowskas Wojna polsko-ruska pod flagą biało-czerwoną
[Abstract and Fulltext]

42:34
Ann-Sofie Persson
Mångfald och splittring i Nina Bouraouis Pojkflickan
[Abstract and Fulltext]

Psycho-analysis

Chair: Carin Franzén, Institutionen för kultur och kommunikation, Linköpings universitet

42:35
René Rasmussen
Det poetiske sprog. Poesiens egenart og psykoanalysens poetiske effekter
[Abstract and Fulltext]

Publics of Literature

Chair: Torbjörn Forslid, Malmö högskola and Anders Ohlsson, Lunds universitet

42:36
Emma Eldelin
Modern folkbildning eller kulturell fernissa? Essän i den samtida offentligheten
[Abstract and Fulltext]

42:37
Sara Kärrholm
Mediernas betydelse för skapandet av två ”deckardrottningars” varumärken
[Abstract and Fulltext]



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