Contributors follow the impact of post-Cold War globalization on Central-East European literatures, cultures, and theoretical-ideological debates, particularly literary and cultural-artistic trends such as experimentalism, the neo-avant-garde, and postmodernism. Essays investigate the new configurations of theme, form, and ideology that emerged in these former communist countries after 1989 and the ways artists, critics, and intellectuals have imagined themselves, their countries, and their world as it globalizes. Contributors combine literary-aesthetic and cultural-historical approaches while remaining sensitive to transnational developments.
Christian Moraru is a professor of American literature and Aaron Chandler is a professor of English at the University of North Carolina, Greensboro.
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