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Organizatorica i predsjedateljica panela/seminara Language, Memory, Symbolism: Reconciling Conflicting Identities in Irish Literature (pozvala izlagače sa Sveučilišta u Japanu, Italiji i Švedskoj), naslov izlaganja: Counter-memory in Brian Friel's Plays: Conflicting Identities and History-Making


Grubica, Irena
Organizatorica i predsjedateljica panela/seminara Language, Memory, Symbolism: Reconciling Conflicting Identities in Irish Literature (pozvala izlagače sa Sveučilišta u Japanu, Italiji i Švedskoj), naslov izlaganja: Counter-memory in Brian Friel's Plays: Conflicting Identities and History-Making // IASIL, the International Association for the Study of Irish Literatures in cooperation with LCIS, the Leuven Centre for Irish Studies Conference Conflict and Resolution in Irish Literatures Abstracts
Leuven, Belgija, 2011. str. 32-33 (predavanje, međunarodna recenzija, sažetak, znanstveni)


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Naslov
Organizatorica i predsjedateljica panela/seminara Language, Memory, Symbolism: Reconciling Conflicting Identities in Irish Literature (pozvala izlagače sa Sveučilišta u Japanu, Italiji i Švedskoj), naslov izlaganja: Counter-memory in Brian Friel's Plays: Conflicting Identities and History-Making
(Counter-memory in Brian Friel's Plays: Conflicting Identities and History-Making)

Autori
Grubica, Irena

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Sažeci sa skupova, sažetak, znanstveni

Izvornik
IASIL, the International Association for the Study of Irish Literatures in cooperation with LCIS, the Leuven Centre for Irish Studies Conference Conflict and Resolution in Irish Literatures Abstracts / - , 2011, 32-33

Skup
35th IASIL, the International Association for the Study of Irish Literatures Conference Conflict and Resolution in Irish Literatures in cooperation with LCIS, the Leuven Centre for Irish Studies

Mjesto i datum
Leuven, Belgija, 17-22.07. 2011

Vrsta sudjelovanja
Predavanje

Vrsta recenzije
Međunarodna recenzija

Ključne riječi
Brian Friel; memory; history; culture; identity

Sažetak
COUNTER-MEMORY IN BRIAN FRIEL'S PLAYS: CONFLICTING IDENTITIES AND HISTORY-MAKING This paper sets out to explore various relations between the representation of conflicting identities, memory and history-making in Brian Friel's plays and, therefore, seeks to contribute to the recent debates about the role of memory in his works (e.g. Roche 2006 ; Tracy 2007 ; Crowley 2008 ; Lin 2010). It will explore the dialectics between individual and collective memories in the representation of history and its formative role in the construction of identity, bearing in mind that collective memory is a contingent and highly contested practice. A new perspective which this paper proposes is to ground the analysis of Friel’s plays in Foucault's notion of history, in particular, to draw on his distinction between «historical sense/sense historique» and «the sense of history/sense de l'histoire» (M. Roth The Ironist's Cage, 1995). The main argument of this paper is that when applied to some of Friel's plays this distinction provides a useful analytical tool to investigate the complex dichotomy present/past within an essentially (post)colonial semantic space and to highlight the ambivalences in the multi-layered mapping of «the self» in relation to «the otherness», which in Friel's plays sometimes generates conflicting identities. History making in Friel's plays will be analysed in relation to the modalities of counter-memory, as Foucault defines it, «a transformation of history into a totally different form of time». Although it will be mostly focused on Making History and Translations my paper will also refer comparatively to the role of memory and different mnemonic modes in some other Friel's plays. PANEL/SEMINAR PROPOSAL by Irena Grubica Language, Memory, Symbolism: Reconciling Conflicting Identities in Irish Literature Taking into consideration the elusive nature of the term identity this panel aims to highlight different examples of conflicting identities ranging from individual, social/religious to collective and their several formative aspects related to the dynamics of language, memory and symbolism. All papers deal with contested representation and/or self-representation of identity in the works of different Irish writers situated within particular historical/cultural contexts featuring the complexities of modernity.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Filologija



POVEZANOST RADA


Ustanove
Filozofski fakultet, Rijeka

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Grubica, Irena
Organizatorica i predsjedateljica panela/seminara Language, Memory, Symbolism: Reconciling Conflicting Identities in Irish Literature (pozvala izlagače sa Sveučilišta u Japanu, Italiji i Švedskoj), naslov izlaganja: Counter-memory in Brian Friel's Plays: Conflicting Identities and History-Making // IASIL, the International Association for the Study of Irish Literatures in cooperation with LCIS, the Leuven Centre for Irish Studies Conference Conflict and Resolution in Irish Literatures Abstracts
Leuven, Belgija, 2011. str. 32-33 (predavanje, međunarodna recenzija, sažetak, znanstveni)
Grubica, I. (2011) Organizatorica i predsjedateljica panela/seminara Language, Memory, Symbolism: Reconciling Conflicting Identities in Irish Literature (pozvala izlagače sa Sveučilišta u Japanu, Italiji i Švedskoj), naslov izlaganja: Counter-memory in Brian Friel's Plays: Conflicting Identities and History-Making. U: IASIL, the International Association for the Study of Irish Literatures in cooperation with LCIS, the Leuven Centre for Irish Studies Conference Conflict and Resolution in Irish Literatures Abstracts.
@article{article, author = {Grubica, I.}, year = {2011}, pages = {32-33}, keywords = {Brian Friel, memory, history, culture, identity}, title = {Counter-memory in Brian Friel's Plays: Conflicting Identities and History-Making}, keyword = {Brian Friel, memory, history, culture, identity}, publisherplace = {Leuven, Belgija} }




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