Eutomia

Eutomia: Revista de Literatura e Linguística publica a produção científica de professores e alunos de Programas de Pós-Graduação em Letras e Linguística e de pesquisadores que integrem Grupos de Pesquisa certificados pelo CNPq, assim como a produção poética e ficcional de escritores em âmbito nacional e internacional. Eventualmente publicam-se traduções de trabalhos científicos ou literários.


Eutomia: Revista de Literatura e Linguística (ISSN Online 1982-6850)

Notícias

 

Chamadas: Chamada para Trabalhos: CHAMADA LITERATURA | Eutomia (Set. 2019)

 

Literatura e Filosofia: fronteiras, trilhas e interconexões

Frequentes são as interações, superposições, interseções entre a Filosofia e a Literatura, desde a configuração de gêneros literários eminentemente filosóficos, como os diálogos e os ensaios, até a entrada definitiva da narrativa como gênero portador de filosofia, além do tradicional e consolidado tratado.
Eutomia já visitou o tema, quando publicou, em dezembro de 2011,  artigos sobre "O Romantismo alemão" e seus principais conceitos, ressaltando a importante reflexão ocorrida no curto período de vigência do grupo de Iena, quando instituiu a Literatura como órgão do pensamento por excelência .  Os trabalhos esperados são tanto na área da teorização desses eventos do pensar - suas interconexões e fronteiras - quanto numa leitura de textos literários sob a ótica da literatura enquanto crítica, que o romantismo inaugura. Mais do que articulações, falamos aqui de uma imbricação recíproca entre o pensar filosófico e o pensar literário, que tem como ideia central o conceito de "reflexão", que Walter Benjamin retoma e  atualiza. Interessa-nos, por extensão, indagar sobre o estado da arte com respeito à área de estudos que se assenta sobre o livre fluxo em via de mão dupla entre o pensamento filosófico e o pensamento literário. 

Organizadores:
Alberto Miranda Poza (UFPE)
Juan Pablo Martín Rodrigues (UFPE)
Eduardo Cesar Maia Ferreira (UFPE)

O prazo para submissão de ensaios está aberto até o dia 30 de julho.
 
Publicado: 2019-04-15
 

Call for Papers: Literature | Eutomia (Dec. 2019)

 

Thematic Dossier:

Listening Place and Writing by Ear

Lugar da Escuta e Escritas de Ouvido

Organizers:

Marília Librandi (Princeton University)

Isabel Ferreira Gould (Universidade de Lisboa)

 

The place of listening (lugar da escuta) does not designate the position of the listener, but the space in which listening occurs, the space of listening itself, where the self opens up to the other. Listening is not a passive act. It is an exercise, a form of action that seeks transformation and the reaching of others. The concept of writing by ear (escritas de ouvido) invites us to come closer to texts, to listen closely to the pulse of narratives.

 

Today, writers, poets, artists, researchers, and activists ally themselves with urban and rural collectives, and with the so-called peripheries, claiming the right to be heard and asserting that listening is a mode of action in the context of political scenarios increasingly unwilling to listen to social demands.

 

In the dossier Listening Placeand Writing by Ear, we aim to advance the debate about listening as a multidisciplinary field focused on theories and practices of auditory reception. We propose the study of listening in the context of literature (in its various literary genres and linguistic traditions), in the field of translation (understood as the act of listening to a foreign language in its own voice), and in ethnographic writing (as the study of cultural phenomena that relies on active listening). We envision a thematic dossier that is attuned to the aesthetic, ethical, philosophical, psychoanalytical, political, and ecological reverberations of textual production and reading.

 

We seek contributions on the place of listening and writing by ear, especially in Brazilian, Portuguese and African literature and ethnographic writing. We are particularly interested in papers that analyze the work of black, African, Afrodescendent and Amerindian authors. We look for scholarly work that speaks to, or problematizes, postcolonial and decolonial theories in this thematic context. And we invite contributions that examine how the legacies of slavery, colonialism, and imperialism continue to resonate and to affect the lives, identities, and memories of individuals and groups.

 

For the dossier Listening Place and Writing by Ear, we encourage the submission of papers on the following topic-questions related to literature, translation, and/or ethnographic writing:

 

• What does listening seek to do and what can it achieve?

• What is the agency of a listening stance?

• What is the mode of knowledge associated with a listening position?

• Is there a specific aesthetic in writing by ear?

• How should we understand the concept of authorship when writers present themselves as objects of aural reception rather than as subjects of production?

• How do oral and auditory cultures shape genres and literary forms?

• How does listening bring new ways of understanding acts of writing/reading, and open the horizons of the encounter between writing and orality, between written literature and cultures of oral tradition?

• What is the action of listening in contexts of war, violence, and captivity; in movements of revolution and decolonization; and in processes of political transition?

• What are the ethical and political duties of ear-witnesses?

• What is the role of listening and writing by ear in the war against racism, Afrophobia, xenophobia, misogyny, and discrimination in contemporary societies?

• How should we listen to the silences in post-imperial/postcolonial societies and how should we interpret aural memories that are inseparable from emotions and traumas?

• How do literature and ethnographic writing help us understand the development of a poetics of listening that takes on a planetary dimension and is not confined to human experiences only?

• In which waysdo translation, bilingualism, and the coexistence between multiple languages increase our capacity of listening to tones and accents from one language to another?

 

Papers should represent original scholarly work (not previously published), be analytical and interpretative, and use key concepts from the field of listening and auditory reception studies. Papers can be written in Portuguese, English, Spanish, or French. The period for submission of papers ends on September 30th.

 
Publicado: 2019-03-08
 
Outras notícias...

v. 1, n. 22 (2018): Eutomia 22 (Dez.2018)


Capa da revista

Dossiê: Ramón Maria del Valle-Inclán

 

 

Imagem: Valle-Inclán

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