Difference between revisions of "Galin Tihanov"

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* [http://muse.jhu.edu.secure.sci-hub.cc/article/49576 "Why Did Modern Literary Theory Originate in Central and Eastern Europe? (And Why Is It Now Dead?)"], ''Common Knowledge'' 10:1 (Winter 2004), pp 61-81. {{en}}
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* [[Media:Tihanov_Galin_2004_Why_Did_Modern_Literary_Theory_Originate_in_Central_and_Eastern_Europe.pdf|"Why Did Modern Literary Theory Originate in Central and Eastern Europe? (And Why Is It Now Dead?)"]], ''Common Knowledge'' 10:1 (Winter 2004), pp 61-81. {{en}}
 
** [http://www.dlib.si/stream/URN:NBN:SI:doc-GTPYHIKR/63e56d9d-6824-4f98-a0f1-e1bdf39f2125/PDF "Zakaj moderna literarna teorija izvira iz srednje in vzhodne Evrope?"], trans. Marko Juvan, ''Primajalna Knjizevnost'' 24:1 (2001), pp 1-15. {{sl}}
 
** [http://www.dlib.si/stream/URN:NBN:SI:doc-GTPYHIKR/63e56d9d-6824-4f98-a0f1-e1bdf39f2125/PDF "Zakaj moderna literarna teorija izvira iz srednje in vzhodne Evrope?"], trans. Marko Juvan, ''Primajalna Knjizevnost'' 24:1 (2001), pp 1-15. {{sl}}
  
 
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* http://complit.sllf.qmul.ac.uk/people/galin-tihanov

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Galin Tihanov is Professor of Comparative Literature at Queen Mary University of London. He was previously Professor of Comparative Literature and Intellectual History and founding co-director of the Research Institute for Cosmopolitan Cultures at the University of Manchester. His most recent research has been on cosmopolitanism, exile, and transnationalism.

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