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  • 16th and 17th century French literature Go to
  • 17th century English poetry Go to
  • 18th- and early 19th-century Russian Correspondences or Foreign Correspondences on Russia Go to
  • 18th- and early 19th-century Russian Travel Literature Go to
  • 18th-century English poetry Go to
  • 18th century francophone literature with special consideration towards Travel Literature and the philosophical reflections on the European Expansion. Go to
  • 18th-century Russian Prose Fiction (the Novel and Novella) Go to
  • 19th-20th century English literature Go to
  • 19th-20th century French and German literatures Go to
  • 19th-20th century French cultural history Go to
  • 19th-20th century French literature Go to
  • 19th-20th century German and European comparative literature Go to
  • 19th and 20th Century Irish and British Fiction Go to
  • 19th-century Hungarian culture Go to
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  • 20th century and contemporary Anglo-Irish poetry Go to
  • 20th century and contemporary English and American poetry Go to
  • 20th century and contemporary Hungarian poetry Go to
  • 20th century book history Go to
  • 20th-century novel and poetry Go to
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  • Aeshetics Go to
  • Aestheticism and Modernism Go to
  • Aesthetic metareference Go to
  • Aesthetics and philosophy of history Go to
  • Aesthetics (camp, kitsch, sublime) Go to
  • AESTHETICS Go to
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  • African literature Go to
  • African literature Go to
  • African migrants' writing in German Go to
  • African Theatre Go to
  • Afrikaans and South African literatures Go to
  • Alexander von Humboldt Go to
  • American Literature and American Studies Go to
  • American Literature and Culture Go to
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  • American literature, especially the contemporary Jewish-American Novel Go to
  • American literature, society and culture Go to
  • American painting Go to
  • AMERICAN STUDIES Go to
  • American transnational studies Go to
  • Analytical philosophy Go to
  • Ancient Greek and Roman peformance culture Go to
  • ANCIENT GREEK Go to
  • Ancient Greek literature Go to
  • Ancient Greek social and intellectual history Go to
  • Ancient myth Go to
  • Anglo-Irish literature Go to
  • Anglophone literatures and cultures Go to
  • Anglophone Literatures and Cultures Go to
  • ANGLOPHONE LITERATURES Go to
  • Anglophone World Literatures Go to
  • Anthropology and natural law Go to
  • Apocalypse in literature Go to
  • ART HISTORY, CULTURAL EXCHANGE Go to
  • Arthur Schopenhauer Go to
  • Artists’ writings Go to
  • Aspects of twentieth century British theatre - popular or commercial Go to
  • Austrian Modernism (from Hugo von Hofmannsthal to Ingeborg Bachmann) Go to
  • Autobiography and performance Go to
  • Avant-garde and neo-avant-garde Go to
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  • Bachtin Go to
  • Baroque poetics Go to
  • Biblical Motifs in Hungarian Poetry Go to
  • Biography and Autobiography in 18th- and early 19th-century Russia Go to
  • Black German literature Go to
  • Book history Go to
  • Book history Go to
  • Book history of the 19th century Go to
  • Brazilian literature Go to
  • British Empire and Literature Go to
  • British fiction/Victorian and modern Go to
  • British, German, and European Romanticism and 19th-century culture Go to
  • BRITISH LITERATURE Go to
  • British literature Go to
  • British literature Go to
  • British poetry/victorian and modern Go to
  • British Romanticism Go to
  • British Victorian and twentieth-century literature Go to
  • Bulgakov Go to
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  • Canadian and Australian literatures and cultures Go to
  • Canadian Literature and Culture Go to
  • Canon debate Go to
  • Canon formation Go to
  • Canonization processes Go to
  • Care Go to
  • Censorship Go to
  • Censorship Go to
  • Children and literature Go to
  • CHINESE LITERATURE Go to
  • Chinese-Western comparative literature Go to
  • Classical Chinese literature Go to
  • Classical Studies/Modern Reception of ancient literature Go to
  • Classical Ttradition Go to
  • Cognitive approaches to literature Go to
  • Cognitive humanities Go to
  • Colonial and postcolonial writing Go to
  • Colonial / postcolonial studies Go to
  • Commemoration and anniversaries Go to
  • Comparative American Studies Go to
  • COMPARATIVE AND FRANCOPHONE LITERATURE Go to
  • Comparative and world literature Go to
  • Comparative arts Go to
  • Comparative European Literature Go to
  • Comparative Iberian Literatures Go to
  • Comparative Literature and Cultural History Go to
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  • COMPARATIVE LITERATURE, GERMAN STUDIES Go to
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  • COMPARATIVE LITERATURE Go to
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  • Comparative multi-ethnic studies Go to
  • Comparative poetics of Western literature Go to
  • Comparative studies Go to
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  • Comparative studies in European cultural history Go to
  • Con- and Refigurations of Time Consciousness in British/Irish Fiction and Drama Go to
  • Concepts of documentation, auto/biography and life-writing Go to
  • Connections between Literary Theory and Literary Writing in France and in the francophone Area in the tense Modern and Postmodern Field Go to
  • Construction of European Identities Go to
  • Constructions of knowledge, especially with regard to psychoanalysis and to trauma Go to
  • Contemporary Anglophone Drama (Irish, British, American, South African) Go to
  • Contemporary Art in a global perspective Go to
  • Contemporary British fiction Go to
  • Contemporary British fiction Go to
  • Contemporary British literature Go to
  • Contemporary continental philosophy and theory Go to
  • Contemporary directors and groups (Mnouchkine, Barba, Dodin, Brook) Go to
  • Contemporary English Fiction Go to
  • CONTEMPORARY FICTION Go to
  • Contemporary French novel Go to
  • Contemporary German Literature Go to
  • Contemporary German literature Go to
  • CONTEMPORARY LITERATURE Go to
  • Contemporary Western literary theory Go to
  • Continental and American Literary and Cultural Theory Go to
  • Cosmopolitanism and its Genealogies Go to
  • Cosmopolitanism and world literature Go to
  • Cosmopolitanism Go to
  • Courtly song Go to
  • Creative writing Go to
  • Creative writing Go to
  • Crime fiction; 9/11 fiction; WWII testimonial texts Go to
  • Crime fiction Go to
  • Critical lexicography Go to
  • Critical theory (gender studies, psychoanalysis and literature, cultural studies, philosophy of religion) Go to
  • Critical theory Go to
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  • Critical Theory; Science Fiction Go to
  • Cross-cultural studies Go to
  • Cross-cultural Translation Go to
  • Cultural Anthropology and inter-cultural ethics Go to
  • Cultural geographies (American and English) Go to
  • Cultural history Go to
  • Cultural history of the 1960s Go to
  • Cultural Imagology Go to
  • Cultural/literary theory Go to
  • cultural mobility and cultural transfer Go to
  • Cultural-philological epistemology of Sciences Go to
  • Cultural Studies Go to
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  • Cultural Studies; Island Studies; Place Studies Go to
  • Cultural studies (with a strong emphasis on the poetics of "minor genres": comics, graphic novel, novelization, and photonovel) Go to
  • Cultural theory Go to
  • Culture and literature of the present Go to
  • CULTURE AND SOCIETY Go to
  • Culture of the Low Countries and South Africa Go to
  • Current project: “9/11: the Discursive Responses” Go to
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  • Danish translator of Schopenhauer and T. Bernhard Go to
  • Dante and Petrarch between the Middle Ages and the Renaissance Go to
  • Dante Go to
  • Decolonization the European Civilization Go to
  • Deconstruction and systems theory or Heidegger Go to
  • Demographie of ficional universes (19e s). Go to
  • Dialectics of Secularisation, Cultural History of Martyrdom Go to
  • DIASPORIC AND POSTCOLONIAL LITERATURES Go to
  • Diasporic literatures and cultures in English, diasporic studies theory Go to
  • Digital Humanities Go to
  • Digital humanities Go to
  • Digital literature Go to
  • Digital Philology Go to
  • Diskursanalysis (Foucault) Go to
  • DRAMA/THEATRE Go to
  • Drama theory and methodology Go to
  • Dramatic Theory Go to
  • Dutch and Flemish literature of the19th and 20th century Go to
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  • Eça de Queirós Go to
  • Early Modern Croatian Literature Go to
  • Early Modern French literature and culture Go to
  • Early modern French literature and thought Go to
  • Early modern narrative prose fiction Go to
  • Early modern novel Go to
  • East-Central European literatures Go to
  • Eastern European literary theory Go to
  • EAST-WEST COMPARATIVE STUDIES Go to
  • East-West comparative study of literature and culture Go to
  • Eighteenth century cultural history Go to
  • Eighteenth-century novel Go to
  • Eighteenth-century studies Go to
  • Electronic Textuality Go to
  • Emmanuel Levinas and phenomenology Go to
  • ENGLIEH LITERATURE Go to
  • ENGLISH & AMERICAN LITERATURE Go to
  • English and America literature in the 20th century Go to
  • English and American literatures (Shakespeare, Anglophone novel) Go to
  • ENGLISH AND COMPARATIVE LITERATURE Go to
  • English drama and theatre Go to
  • English Literature 16th to 19th centuries Go to
  • ENGLISH LITERATURE AND CULTURAL STUDIES Go to
  • English Literature (esp. the Renaissance and the 17th Century) Go to
  • ENGLISH LITERATURE Go to
  • English literature Go to
  • English literature Go to
  • Englishness Go to
  • English poetry Go to
  • English Studies Go to
  • Enlightenment Go to
  • Estonian poetry Go to
  • Ethical literary criticism Go to
  • Ethical literary criticism Go to
  • Ethics and the novel Go to
  • Ethics of affects Go to
  • (Ethics of) romance Go to
  • Ethnicity, gender and class Go to
  • Ethnic Studies Go to
  • European-American literary and cultural relations Go to
  • European and American drama Go to
  • European cultural anthropology and folkloristics Go to
  • European culture and literature around the First World War Go to
  • Europe and its Others Go to
  • European Identity Studies Go to
  • European literature and the history of poetics Go to
  • EUROPEAN LITERATURE Go to
  • European literatures and cultures of early modernity Go to
  • European Medieval literatures Go to
  • European romanticism Go to
  • European Union Go to
  • Exile and Migration Go to
  • Exile research Go to
  • Exotisme littéraire européen Go to
  • Experiences of Western Modernity by the Non-Western intellectuals Go to
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  • Fact and fiction Go to
  • Fantasy literature Go to
  • Feminist criticism Go to
  • Fictional biography and autobiography Go to
  • Fiction and fictionality Go to
  • Film and adaptation studies Go to
  • Film and American popular culture Go to
  • Film Studies/Intermediality Go to
  • Film theory and film analysis Go to
  • Finnish and Scandinavian literature Go to
  • First World War studies Go to
  • Folklore Go to
  • Forgetting Go to
  • FRANCOPHONE AFRICA Go to
  • Francophone Africa Go to
  • Francophone African literature, philosophy and film Go to
  • Francophone literatures Go to
  • Francophone literatures Go to
  • French and Comparative Literature Go to
  • French and European Modernism Go to
  • French and Francophone literatures (Belgian and Caribbean) Go to
  • FRENCH & GERMAN LITERATURES Go to
  • FRENCH Go to
  • FRENCH LITERATURE AND THEORY Go to
  • French literature Go to
  • FRENCH LITERATURE Go to
  • French Postcolonialism Go to
  • French Postcolonialism Go to
  • FRENCH/POSTCOLONIAL STUDIES Go to
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  • Gender and feminist studies Go to
  • Gender and performance Go to
  • Gender Studies Go to
  • Gender Studies Go to
  • Gender Studies Go to
  • Genealogy and the Cultural History of Lifesciences Go to
  • GENERAL & COMPARATIVE LITERATURE Go to
  • General literary theory and poetics Go to
  • Genetical, manuscript-based studies Go to
  • Genetic criticism Go to
  • Genre theory Go to
  • Genre theory Go to
  • Geocriticism Go to
  • Geography and literature Go to
  • Georgian theatre Go to
  • German colonial history and its legacy Go to
  • German Exile literature 1933-1945 Go to
  • German, French poetry from 1750 till now Go to
  • German-Jewish literature Go to
  • German-Jewish thought Go to
  • German Language and Literature Go to
  • German Literatur (18th — 20m century) Go to
  • German literature 17th to 20th centuries Go to
  • German literature and philosophy Go to
  • German literature Go to
  • German literature Go to
  • GERMAN LITERATURE Go to
  • German literature Go to
  • German literature of the age of Romanticism Go to
  • German literature of the long 19th century (1789-1914) Go to
  • German novel and Novelle Go to
  • Ghosts, Extraterrestrials, Vampyres Go to
  • Greek and Roman literature Go to
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  • Haptic and Corporal Experience Go to
  • Henrik Ibsen and China Go to
  • Henrik Ibsen Studies Go to
  • Hermann Broch Go to
  • Hispanic and Latin American Studies Go to
  • Historic semantics Go to
  • Historiography of the arts and literature Go to
  • History and epistemology of the human and social science Go to
  • History and Sociology of Science Go to
  • History and theory of pre-modern textuality Go to
  • History, memory and the politics of memory in German 19th century literature Go to
  • HISTORY OF AESTHERICS, PHENOMENOLOGY AND POST-PHENOMENOLOGY Go to
  • History of criticism Go to
  • history of Dutch literature from the beginning to 1300 Go to
  • history of Dutch medieval literature from 1300 to 1400 Go to
  • History of early Modern European literature and culture Go to
  • History of education, colonial education Go to
  • History of French and Italian literature Go to
  • History of Ideas Go to
  • History of Learning, esp. H. G. Porthan, history of aesthetics in Finland Go to
  • History of Literary Scholarship Go to
  • History of literary translation Go to
  • History of literature and poetics Go to
  • History of reading and writing Go to
  • History of rhetoric Go to
  • History of rhetorics, grammar, poetics Go to
  • History of science Go to
  • History of social and natural sciences Go to
  • History of theatre, from late 19th century to present Go to
  • History of Theatre (XVIII cent.) Go to
  • History of the book Go to
  • History of the Intellectual Ties between Alsace and Russia in the 18th and early 19th centuries Go to
  • History of the senses Go to
  • History of translations Go to
  • Holocaust and Aftermath Studies Go to
  • Holocaust literatures in Eastern Europe Go to
  • Holocaust studies Go to
  • Humour littéraire Go to
  • Hungarian and English metrics Go to
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  • Images and Texts in Art and Sciences Go to
  • Imagologie Go to
  • Individual, social and cultural memory Go to
  • Influence of French Symbolism on German poets Go to
  • Interacts studies Go to
  • Inter- and Transcultural Dialogues between Europe and Latin America Go to
  • Inter‐ and transculturalism Go to
  • interart studies Go to
  • Interconnection between literature and painting in 19th-century France Go to
  • Intercultural communication Go to
  • Intercultural studies Go to
  • Intercultural theatre Go to
  • Interdisciplinary cultural studies (Psycho-poetics, art and religion, etc.) Go to
  • Interdisciplinary history ofthe concept of ‘gerieration’ Go to
  • Interdisciplinary studies, especially with the sciences and engineering Go to
  • Intermedial and interart studies (literature, film, visual arts) Go to
  • Intermediality and Ekphrasis in Postcolonial Literatures Go to
  • Intermediality (musical poetics, film poetics, word and figurative art, etc.) Go to
  • Intermedial studies Go to
  • International reception studies Go to
  • Interplay between poetry and song writing since the Romantic Era. Go to
  • Interpretation and cognitive sciences Go to
  • Intertextuality and intermediality Go to
  • Intertextuality Go to
  • Intertextuality Go to
  • Irish history and culture Go to
  • Irish studies Go to
  • Italian literature Go to
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  • Language history Go to
  • Law and literature Go to
  • Law and literature Go to
  • Law and literature Go to
  • Library history Go to
  • Life sciences and life writing Go to
  • Life writing and ecology Go to
  • LITERARY AND ANTHROPOLOGICAL STUDIES Go to
  • Literary and critical theory Go to
  • Literary and Cultural Memory Studies Go to
  • LITERARY AND CULTURAL STUDIES Go to
  • Literary and cultural theory Go to
  • Literary and social theory Go to
  • LITERARY AND THEATRICAL STUDIES Go to
  • Literary anthropology Go to
  • Literary biography Go to
  • Literary correspondences Go to
  • Literary Criticism and Cultural History Go to
  • Literary criticism Go to
  • Literary criticism Go to
  • Literary discourses about Africa Go to
  • Literary Ethics Go to
  • Literary historiography Go to
  • LITERARY HISTORY Go to
  • Literary history Go to
  • Literary History of American Literature Go to
  • Literary kinds and modes Go to
  • Literary methodology Go to
  • Literary Modernism, esp. Pound, Joyce, the Finnish Torchbearers Group Go to
  • Literary modernism Go to
  • Literary representations of experiences of catastrophes and post-catastrophes (war, trauma, violence, camp narratives) Go to
  • Literary Studies as Life Science Go to
  • LITERARY & THEATRICAL STUDIES Go to
  • Literary Theory and Criticism Go to
  • Literary theory and intellectual history Go to
  • Literary theory, criticism, hermeneutics Go to
  • Literary theory, especially deconstruction Go to
  • Literary theory, especially narratology, structuralism, deconstruction, feminisms, mythical and archetypal criticism Go to
  • Literary theory, especially sociological approaches and intertextuality Go to
  • LITERARY THEORY Go to
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  • Literary theory (with a strong emphasis on constrained writing) Go to
  • Literary Translation and its Theory Go to
  • Literary translation Go to
  • Literature and Ecocriticism Go to
  • Literature and Ethics Go to
  • Literature and gender Go to
  • Literature and genocide Go to
  • Literature and globalization Go to
  • Literature and globalization Go to
  • Literature and history of ideas Go to
  • Literature and human rights Go to
  • Literature and migration Go to
  • Literature and music Go to
  • Literature and other media Go to
  • Literature and philosophy Go to
  • Literature and philosophy Go to
  • Literature and philosophy Go to
  • Literature and science/bioethics Go to
  • LITERATURE AND SCIENCE Go to
  • Literature and the Bible Go to
  • Literature and the law Go to
  • Literature and the political imaginary Go to
  • Literature and the rise of urban cultures Go to
  • Literature and the Spanish Civil War Go to
  • Literature and the visual arts Go to
  • Literature and transcultural theory Go to
  • Literature and urban studies Go to
  • Literature between Cosmopolitanism and Nationalism Go to
  • LITERATURE Go to
  • Literature Go to
  • Literature Go to
  • LITERATURE, HISTORY Go to
  • LITERATURE, MIDDLE AGES Go to
  • Literature of the Mediterranean Go to
  • LITERATURE, PHILOSOPHY Go to
  • Literature, Science and Technology of the 20th and 21st Century Go to
  • Literature science (general and Russian) Go to
  • Literatures of migration Go to
  • Littératures et critiques postcoloniales (francophones, anglophones, hispaphones) Go to
  • Lyricology Go to
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  • Media and Cultural studeis Go to
  • Media studies/intermediality Go to
  • Media theory Go to
  • Medieval cultural studies Go to
  • MEDIEVAL LATIN Go to
  • Medieval latin literature Go to
  • Medieval Latin Literature Go to
  • Medieval literature Go to
  • MEDIEVAL LITERATURE Go to
  • Memory Go to
  • Memory sites and memory politics Go to
  • Memory studies Go to
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  • Memory studies Go to
  • methodology Go to
  • Migration Go to
  • Migration studies and the global circulation of literatures and cultures Go to
  • Migration Studies Go to
  • Mockumentary film Go to
  • Modern and contemporary British literature, especially Modernist and Postmodernist fiction Go to
  • Modern and Postmodern American and British Fiction Go to
  • Modern continental philosophy and critical theory Go to
  • Modern drama and theatre Go to
  • Modern drama Go to
  • Modern Dutch literature & culture Go to
  • Modern European Drama Go to
  • Modern European Literature Go to
  • Modern French/francophone literature Go to
  • MODERN FRENCH LITERATURE Go to
  • Modern German literature Go to
  • Modern German literature Go to
  • Modern German literature Go to
  • Modern German literature Go to
  • Modern German short prose (Kleine Prosa) from the Goethezeit to the present day Go to
  • Modern Greek Literature Go to
  • MODERN GREEK LITERATURE, LITERARY THEORY AND CRITICISM Go to
  • Modernism and postmodernism Go to
  • Modernism and Postmodernism Go to
  • Modernism and postmodernism Go to
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  • Modernism Go to
  • modernism Go to
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  • Modernism, postmodernism Go to
  • Modernist medievalism Go to
  • Modernist studies Go to
  • Modern Literary and Critical Theory Go to
  • Modern literature (British, American, German, Icelandic) Go to
  • Modern literature Go to
  • MODERN MANUSCRIPTS Go to
  • Modern manuscripts Go to
  • Modern novel Go to
  • Modern Portugese literature Go to
  • Modern/postmodern American literature Go to
  • Modern South Slav literatures and cultures Go to
  • Modern visual art and photography Go to
  • MORDEN LITERATURE Go to
  • Multiculturalism Go to
  • Museums and exhibitions Go to
  • Museum Studies Go to
  • Musicology and Art History Go to
  • Mythography Go to
  • Myths and literature Go to
  • Myth studies Go to
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  • Narrative forms of the Middle Ages (courtly romance, hagiography) and Early Modern Period (merry tales, novels) Go to
  • Narrative of catastrophes Go to
  • Narrative Studies Go to
  • Narrative theory Go to
  • Narratology and narrative studies Go to
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  • Nationalism and Literature Go to
  • Nationalism Go to
  • Nationalism in Eastern Europe Go to
  • Nationalism studies Go to
  • Native Americans/African Americans Go to
  • Neo-Victorianism Go to
  • New York, London, and literature Go to
  • Nineteenth-century (French, German and English literature) Go to
  • nineteenth-century print culture Go to
  • North Africa, especially its francophone writers Go to
  • NORTH AMERICAN STUDIES Go to
  • Northrop Frye and the study of myths Go to
  • Novel Go to
  • Novels, short stories, essays Go to
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  • Old Greek poetry Go to
  • Oriental fiction of the eighteenth century Go to
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  • Performance Studies Go to
  • Performance studies Go to
  • Periods and themes in American cultural history Go to
  • Phenomenology and hermeneutics Go to
  • Philology and methodology Go to
  • Philosophical Aesthetics Go to
  • PHILOSOPHICAL AESTHETICS, LITERARY STUDIES Go to
  • Philosophy, and Kulturwissenschall (Heine, Warburg, Freud, Benjamin, Scholem, Arendt etc.) Go to
  • Philosophy Go to
  • Philosophy Go to
  • Philosophy Go to
  • Philosophy of consciousness and their modern and radical reconsiderations like Go to
  • Philosophy of the subject Go to
  • Philosophy/religion and literature Go to
  • Photography theory (with a strong emphasis on photographic illustrations of literature) Go to
  • "Pirate' view" of World History Go to
  • Poetics Go to
  • Poetic Translation and Theory of Translation Go to
  • Poetry and poetics Go to
  • Poetry Go to
  • Polish interwar culture Go to
  • Popular and mass cultural forms (romance fiction, soap opera, women’s magazines) Go to
  • Popular Culture Go to
  • Popular culture Go to
  • Popular culture, in particular popular music Go to
  • Popular culture, youth culture and the media Go to
  • Popular narrative genres: picaresque literature, gothic novel Go to
  • Portuguese Literature Go to
  • PORTUGUESE LITERATURE, NARRATIVE STUDIES Go to
  • Post-2000 French literature and other post-2000 literatures in translation Go to
  • Postcolonial and Cross-cultural Literary Studies Go to
  • Postcolonial and Material Ecocriticism Go to
  • Postcolonial, Global and Transcultural Studies Go to
  • Postcolonialism Go to
  • Post-colonial literary-theory and post-colonial literatures in English Go to
  • (Post) Colonial literature (South Africa, Suriname, the Caribbean) Go to
  • (Post-) colonial memory and the postcolonial rereading of 19th century literature Go to
  • Postcolonial studies Go to
  • Postcolonial studies Go to
  • Postcolonial theory Go to
  • Post-holocaust discourse, Concepts and cultures of memory,Jewish·German Literature Go to
  • Post-imperial Literatures Go to
  • Postmodern and contemporary British novel Go to
  • Postmodernism Go to
  • Postmodernism Go to
  • Postmodernism Go to
  • Postmodernism Go to
  • Problems of periodisation (Goethezeit - Romanticism - Vormärz - Realism - Modernism) Go to
  • Prose genres Go to
  • Psychoanalysis Go to
  • Psychoanalysis Go to
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  • Published Poet Go to
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  • Race and ethnicity Go to
  • Reception of Antiquity in modern and comtemporary culture and literature Go to
  • Recipient-vessel (utsuwa) and Transmigration (utsushi) Go to
  • Relations between English, French and German Literatures from the 18th to the 20th century Go to
  • Relations between Regionalisms and the accelerated Globalization Processes Go to
  • Religious prose of the Middle Ages Go to
  • Renaissance drama Go to
  • Renaissance Go to
  • Renaissance theatre Go to
  • Representations of forgetting Go to
  • Research and Higher Education policy Go to
  • Revisions of the past Go to
  • Ritualization of literature Go to
  • Robinsonades Go to
  • romanticism Go to
  • Romanticism Go to
  • Romanticism Go to
  • Russian and French Theatre Go to
  • Russian formalism Go to
  • RUSSIAN LITERATURE, 18TH CENTURY, ENLIGHTENMENT, SENTIMENTALISM Go to
  • RUSSIAN LITERATURE Go to
  • Russian public sphere and media theory Go to
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  • Samuel Beckett Go to
  • Scandinavian literatures Go to
  • Scholarly editing Go to
  • Science organisations Go to
  • Screen adaptations of literary works Go to
  • Semiotics Go to
  • Semiotics Go to
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