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Edited by Philipp Theisohn, Philipp Auchter, Boris Buzek and Mateusz Cwik

Welche Auswirkungen hat die Ausweitung des Erzählens auf die Galaxis eigentlich für das Erzählen selbst? Und inwiefern zeichnet die galaktische Einbildungskraft nicht nur verantwortlich für Umbrüche auf dem Feld des astronomischen Wissens, sondern auch auf dem Feld der literarischen Ästhetik?
Der vorliegende Band nimmt sich dieser Fragen an und lässt dabei die Imagination des Außerirdischen in ihren historischen Verlaufsformen, ihrer epistemologischen Fundierung wie vor allem auch in ihrer poetischen Funktionalität sichtbar werden.

Edited by Tan Wälchli and Corina Caduff

What is practice-based literary research? While literature as a discipline is currently not represented in the artistic research discourse, individual writers and scholars have ties to a variety of institutional constellations in which overlaps between literature, art, and research become manifest. 16 of them expand on their methodological approaches as well as their practice, and they analyse exemplary case studies.

A Bibliography of Sign Languages, 2008-2017

With an Introduction by Myriam Vermeerbergen and Anna-Lena Nilsson

Edited by Anne Aarssen, René Genis and Eline van der Veken

This concise bibliography on Sign Languages was compiled on the occasion of the 20th International Congress of Linguists in Cape Town, South Africa, July 2018. The selection of titles is drawn from the Linguistic Bibliography and gives an overview of scholarship on Sign language over the past 10 years. The introduction is by Myriam Vermeerbergen (KU Leuven & Stellenbosch University) and Anna-Lena Nilsson (NTNU – Norwegian University of Science and Technology) discusses the most recent developments in the field. The Linguistic Bibliography is compiled under the editorial management of Eline van der Veken, René Genis and Anne Aarssen in Leiden, The Netherlands. Linguistic Bibliography Online is the most comprehensive bibliography for scholarship on languages and theoretical linguistics available. Updated monthly with a total of more than 20,000 records annually, it enables users to trace recent publications and provides overviews of older material. For more information on Linguistic Bibliography and Linguistic Bibliography Online, please visit brill.com/lbo and linguisticbibliography.com.
The e-book version of this bibliography is available in Open Access on brill.com.