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Introductory Course into Ukrainian Literature and Culture - Einzelansicht

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Veranstaltungsart Seminar Langtext
Veranstaltungsnummer 148955 Kurztext
Semester SoSe 2024 SWS 2
Erwartete Teilnehmer/-innen Max. Teilnehmer/-innen
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Sprache Englisch
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Mi. 12:00 bis 14:00 c.t. woch 17.04.2024 bis 24.07.2024  Gebäude C5 3 - Seminarraum 0.23        
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Shestopalova, Tetiana
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Cluster für Europaforschung der Universität des Saarlandes (CEUS)
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The development of Ukrainian literature spans more than ten centuries. This makes it an essential resource for understanding Ukraine and its problems in the past and present. This course aims to introduce students to some key texts and events in the Ukrainian literary process of the XIX-XXI centuries that will help to form an understanding of the stages and factors of Ukraine's contemporary decolonization triggered by the Russian-Ukrainian war. The course structure considers the two primary characteristics of Ukrainian literature within the mentioned chronological framework. These are 1) the formation of the modern national identity of Ukrainians in the literature and 2) the role of Ukrainian literature in contemporary decolonization processes.

Literatur

Recommended texts

 

1) The formation of the modern national identity of Ukrainians in the literature

  • Taras Shevchenko. ”The Mighty Dnieper,” ”My Testament,” ”A Spring Evening,” ”Fate,” ”The Muse”, ”To the Goddess of Fame” (poetry)
  • Lesya Ukrainka. ”The Noblewomen” (a drama)
  • Pavlo Tychyna. ”And Bely, and Blok, and Esenin, and Kliujev…” (poetry)
  • Mykola Kulish. ”Sonata Pathétique” (a drama).
  • Ivan Bahrianyi. ”Tyhrolovy” (”Tiger Trappers” or ”The Hunters and the Hunted”) (excerpts from the novel).
  • Emma Andijewska. 1-2 little novels from the book ”Tyhry” (”Tigers”) or 1-2 fairy tales from the book ”Kazky” (”Fairy Tales”).
  • Vasyl Stus. 2-3 poems from the poetry book ”Palimpsesty” (”Palimpsests”).
  • Yuri Andrukhovych. ”Moskoviada” (”The Moskoviad”) (excerpts from the novel).

 

2) The role of Ukrainian literature in contemporary decolonization processes

  • Serhiy Zhadan. 2-3 poems from the poetic book ”A New Orthography”. Lost Horse Press’s Contemporary Ukrainian Poetry Series, vol. 5. 2020
  • Olena Stiazhkina. ”Cecil the Lion Had to Die”. Harvard Library of Ukrainian Literature, 2024 (excerpts from the novel).
  • Volodymyr Rafeyenko. ”Mondegreen” (excerpts from the novel).
  • Natalka Marynchak. ”A_literation: 4.5.0” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=znQzgSM0Hl0 (sound poetry from 33:57 to 1.11:00)

 

Bemerkung

INDICATIVE COURSE PLAN

 

(1). What is Ukrainian literature? Overview of key concepts and historical background.

(2). The literary image of ethnic identity on the background of the ”other”: Ukrainians vs. Russians

(3). The artistic phenomenon of Taras Shevchenko. An anti-colonial discourse of his poetry. Shevchenko is also a painter and graphic artist.

(4). An anti-colonial discourse of Lesya Ukrainka's artistic phenomenon.

(5). Discussion of Lesya Ukrainka's drama ”Boyarynya” (”The Noblewomen”).

(6). Ukrainian national and cultural revival and modernization of the 1920s. Modern Ukrainian poetry.

(7). The ”Executed Renaissance” phenomenon in Ukrainian culture. The drama of Mykola Kulish and discussion of ”Patetychna sonata” (”Sonata Pathétique”).

(8). The Ukrainian emigration and diaspora literature phenomenon in the XXth century. Ivan Bahrianyi. ”Tyhrolovy” (”Tiger Trappers” or ”The Hunters and the Hunted.”)

(9). Ukrainian artists in Germany. Publishing and artistic activity of Ihor Kostetskyi. The creative phenomenon of Emma Andijewska as a writer and painter.

(10). «The Sixtiers» artistic phenomenon. Discussion of the samples of the poetry of Lina Kostenko and Vasyl Stus.

(11). Postmodern literary burlesque as a way to destroy stereotypes of imperial culture. Discussion of excerpts of the novel ”Moskoviada” (”The Moskoviad”) by Yuri Andrukhovych.

(12). Ukrainian writers and the struggle for freedom during the Revolution of Dignity and the Russian War against Ukraine (2013-14 – 2022 – present day). Serhii Zhadan, Natalka Marynchak.

(13). Ukrainian writers and the struggle for freedom during the Revolution of Dignity and the Russian War against Ukraine (2013-14 – 2022 – present day). Halia Kruk, Iya Kiva.

(14). Home on the frontier. Contemporary rethinking of Ukrainian identity, memory, and culture issues by Olena Stiazhkina, Victoria Amelina.

(15). Home on the frontier. Contemporary rethinking of Ukrainian identity, memory, and culture issues by Volodymyr Rafeyenko. Summary.


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