Handbook of International Futurism Ed. by Günter Berghaus Walter de Gruyter, Berlin/New York 2015 (allg. Publikationsprojekt)


Allgemeine Angaben

Projektbeginn
Freitag, 01. Januar 2010
Projektende
Dienstag, 01. Dezember 2015
Status
abgeschlossen
Thematik nach Sprachen
Sprachübergreifend, Spanisch, Rumänisch, Portugiesisch, Katalanisch, Italienisch, Französisch
Disziplin(en)
Medien-/Kulturwissenschaft, Literaturwissenschaft
Schlagwörter
Avant-Garde, Modernism

Aktiv beteiligte Person(en)

(z.B. Kooperation, Mitarbeiter, Fellows)

Günter Berghaus


Exposé

Provisional List of Contributors:

1. Historiography of Futurism Studies – Günter Berghaus, Senior Research Fellow, University of Bristol
2. The Politics of Futurism – Aleš Erjavec, Professor of Visual Culture, Scientific Research Centre of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Institute of Philosophy, Ljubljana
3. Italian Futurism in the Fine Arts – Giorgio Di Genova, Professor of Contemporary Art, Academy of Fine Arts, Rome
4. Italian Futurist Literature – Luca Somigli, Associate Professor of Italian Studies, University of Toronto
5. Russian Futurism in the Fine Arts – Christina Lodder, Professor of Art History, University of St. Andrews
6. Russian Futurist Literature – Henryk Baran, Professor of Slavic Studies Program, University at Albany (SUNY)
7. Women Futurists in Italy and on the International Scene – Lucia Re, Professor of Italian, University of California, Los Angeles
8. Architecture – Michelangelo Sabatino, Assistant Professor, Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture, University of Houston
9. Ceramics – Matteo Fochessati, Curator, Wolfson Collection, Genoa
10. Cinema – Wanda Strauven, Associate Professor of Film Studies, University of Amsterdam
11. Cuisine – Claudia Salaris, Independent Scholar, Rome
12. Dance – Patrizia Veroli, Adjunct Professor of Dance History, University of Rome
13. Fashion Design – Franca Zoccoli, Independent Scholar, Rome
14. Furniture, Decorative Arts and Interior Design – Silvia Barisione, Curator, Wolfsonian-FIU Museum, Genoa
15. Graphic Design and Typography – Stephen J. Bury, Andrew W. Mellon Chief Librarian at the Frick Art Reference Library
16. Music – Daniele Lombardi, Musician, Author and Professor at “G. Verdi” Conservatory in Milano
17. Photography – Marta Braun, Professor at School of Image Arts, Ryerson Polytechnic University, Toronto
18. Radio and Sound Art – Margaret Fisher, Independent Researcher, Emeryville/CA
19. Theatre – Sarah Dadswell, Honorary Fellow in Russian and Asian Theatre, University of Exeter; Domenico Pietropaolo, Professor of Drama and Italian Literature, University of Toronto
20. Visual Poetry and Artist’s Books – John White, Emeritus Professor and Senior Research Fellow, King’s College London

21. Argentina – Rosa Sarabia, Professor of Latin American Studies, University of Toronto
22. Armenia – Krikor Beledian, Maître de Conférences (Langue et littérature arménienne), INALCO, Paris
23. Belgium – Bart van den Bossche, Associate Professor of Italian Literature, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
24. Brazil – Jorge Schwartz, Professor of Spanish-American Literature and Literary Theory, University São Paulo, director of the Lasar Segall Museum
25. Bulgaria – Giuseppe Dell’Agata, Professor Emeritus, University of Pisa
26. Chile – Patricio Lizama Améstica, Professor of Hispanic Literature, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Santiago de Chile
27. China – Yi Zheng, Senior Research Fellow, University of Sydney Department of Chinese Studies
28. Czech Republic and Slovakia – Alena Pomajzlová, Research Fellow in Art History, Masarykova univerzita, Seminář dějin umění
29. Denmark – Torben Jelsbak , Senior Lecturer in Danish Literature, University of Copenhagen, Department of Scandinavian Studies and Linguistics; and Per Stounbjerg, Professor of Scandinavian Studies, Department of Aesthetics and Communication, University of Aarhus
30. Egypt – Isabella Camera D’Afflitto, Professor of Arab Language and Literature at University of Rome “La Sapienza”
31. Estonia – Tiit Hennoste, Assistant Professor of Estonian Literature and Language, University of Tartu
32. Finland – Hannu Riikonen, Professor of Comparative Literature, University of Helsinki
33. France – Willard Bohn, Distinguished Professor Emeritus of French and Comparative Literature, Illinois State University
34. Georgia – Bela Tsipuria, Professor of Comparative Literature, Ilia State University, Tbilisi
35. Germany – Irene Chyträus-Auerbach, Researcher, Internationale Zentrum für Kultur und Technikforschung, Universität Stuttgart
36. Great Britain – Jonathan Black, Research Fellow, Kingston University
37. Greece – Chris Michaelides, Curator of Italian and Modern Greek Books, British Library, London
38. Hungary – András Kappanyos, Senior Research Fellow, Hungarian Academy’s Institute of Literary Studies, Budapest, and Assistant Professor of Hungarian Literature, University of Miskolc
39. Japan – Pierantonio Zanotti, Associate Professor of East Asian Studies, Ca’ Foscari University, Venice
40. Latvia – Aija Brasliņa, Head of Collections and Research Department (Eighteenth to First Half of the Twentieth Century), Latvian National Museum of Art
41. Lithuania – Ramute Rachlevičiūte, Lithuanian Academy of Art, Vilnius
42. Mexico – Sergio Delgado, Assistant Professor of Romance Languages and Literatures, Harvard University
43. Netherlands – Ton van Kalmthout, Senior Researcher, Huygens Instituut (KNAW), Den Haag
44. Peru – Miroslav Lauer Holoubek, Professor of Latin American Literature, Universidad San Martín de Porres, Lima
45. Poland – Przemysław Strożek, Assistant Professor at Special Collections, Institute of Art at Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw
46. Portugal – Nuno Júdice, Professor of Portuguese Literature , Universidade Nova de Lisboa
47. Romania – Irina Cărăbaş, Researcher, Art History Institute, Bucharest
48. Spain – Andrew A. Anderson, Professor of Spanish, University of Virginia
49. Sweden – Jesper Olsson, Assistant Professor, Department of Culture and Communication, Linköping University
50. Switzerland – Paul-André Jaccard, Professor of Art History, Institut Suisse pour l’Étude de l’Art, Lausanne
51. Ukraine – Oleh S. Ilnytzkyj, Professor of Ukrainian Culture, Language and Literature, University of Alberta
52. Uruguay – Hugo Achugar, professor of Spanish, Department of Modern Languages and Literature, University of Miami
53. Turkey – Duygu Köksal, Associate Professor, Ataturk Institute for Modern Turkish History, Boğaziçi University
54. USA – Ara H. Merjian, Assistant Professor of Italian, New York University
55. Venezuela – Giovanna Montenegro, Researcher in Comparative Literature, University of California at Davis
56. Yugoslavia and its Republics – Irina Subotić, Professor Emeritus, formerly curator at the Museum of Contemporary Art and National Museum in Belgrade, Professor at the Faculty of Architecture in Belgrade and at the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad; Janez Vrečko, Professor of Slovenian Literature, Department of Comparative Literature and Literary Theory, University of Ljubljana; Marijana Erstić, Professor of Croatian Philology, Department of Language, Literature and Media, University of Siegen


Anmerkungen

The Handbook is intended to offer a synthesis of the state of scholarship regarding the international radiation of Futurism and its influence in some twenty-five countries and twelve artistic disciplines. It acknowledges the great achievements in the visual and literary arts of Italy and Russia, yet at the same time treats Futurism as an international, multidisciplinary phenomenon that left a lasting mark on most aspects of the 20th C avant-garde. It will offer guidance to readers relatively unfamiliar with the reactions to Futurism in a given country or discipline and unlikely to speak many languages beside English. It will both be concerned with artists who were actively involved in the movement and with those who during a brief yet important phase in their career absorbed Futurist ideas and stylistic devices. These artists will be presented in the context of their national traditions, their international connections and the media in which they were predominantly active. However, the Handbook is not a biographical dictionary. It will function as a kind of geographical encyclopaedia of Futurism and address all genres and media in which the movement exercised a particularly noteworthy influence.

Ersteller des Eintrags
Günter Berghaus
Erstellungsdatum
Donnerstag, 07. Juni 2012, 11:05 Uhr
Letzte Änderung
Donnerstag, 07. Juni 2012, 11:05 Uhr