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At the Crossroads. Methodologies for Liminal Spaces / Blažević, Zrinka.

By: Blažević, Zrinka.
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticleDescription: 1-11.Other title: At the Crossroads. Methodologies for Liminal Spaces [Naslov na engleskom:].Subject(s): South Slavic contact zone, liminality, methodology | South Slavic contact zone, liminality, methodology In: Liminal Spaces of Art between Europe and Middle East str. 1-11Summary: Starting from the premise that space is both a physical givenness and a socio-cultural construct, the main focus of this paper will be placed upon the contact zones or liminal and "in- between" spaces characterized by dynamic processes of movement and interchange between various cultural entities. Paradigmatic example of such a liminal zone is certainly South Slavic region which is marked by multiple cultural hybridizations and syncretisms, as well as conflicts in the long historical duration. Therefore, the South Slavic contact zone will serve as a model for scrutinizing the most productive "methodology for liminal space" which is not founded on a static and essentializing identity-thinking but dynamic and transgressive "border-thinking". Accordingly, this lecture will be aimed at questioning cognitive and explanatory potentials as well as practical research possibilities of various approaches within the historical translation studies: from the theory of cultural exchange, cultural diffusion and cultural transfer to the entangled history, histoire croisée and historical network analysis.
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Starting from the premise that space is both a physical givenness and a socio-cultural construct, the main focus of this paper will be placed upon the contact zones or liminal and "in- between" spaces characterized by dynamic processes of movement and interchange between various cultural entities. Paradigmatic example of such a liminal zone is certainly South Slavic region which is marked by multiple cultural hybridizations and syncretisms, as well as conflicts in the long historical duration. Therefore, the South Slavic contact zone will serve as a model for scrutinizing the most productive "methodology for liminal space" which is not founded on a static and essentializing identity-thinking but dynamic and transgressive "border-thinking". Accordingly, this lecture will be aimed at questioning cognitive and explanatory potentials as well as practical research possibilities of various approaches within the historical translation studies: from the theory of cultural exchange, cultural diffusion and cultural transfer to the entangled history, histoire croisée and historical network analysis.

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