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Comparative Literature

Code 12047
Year 1
Semester S1
ECTS Credits 3
Workload TP(30H)
Scientific area Estudos Portugueses e Estudos Espanhóis
Entry requirements There is not.
Mode of delivery Lessons of practical-theoretical nature.
Work placements There are no work placements.
Learning outcomes 1. Demonstrate knowledge that expresses a multicultural vision of the literary phenomenon, exceeding the criterion of national borders, as well as allowing relating literature to other arts, either in the past or in contemporary times.
2. Reveal a new and more open way of understanding the dynamics of Portuguese and Spanish literary systems.
3. To be able to carry out short research works, one of them being a little longer, in which the ability to identify, describe and explain cases of literary relation or interarts is revealed.
1. Origins of the comparative project: Enlightenment and Romanticism.
2. Comparative literature and national literatures.
3. The literary canon.
4. Comparatist methodologies.
5. Profiles of an European literature:
a) Main authors;
b) Relations between literary systems;
c) The role of non-European literatures.
6. Portuguese literature in the framework of the Iberian system and the Western historical adventure.
7. From comparative literature to inter-arts studies.
a) Literature and Fine Arts:
- how to "read" a painting;
- examples of relations between literature and the "beaux arts";
b) Literature and cinema:
- how to analyze a movie;
- examples of relations between literature and cinema.
Main Bibliography BUESCU, Helena, João Ferreira Duarte e Manuel Gusmão (org.), "Floresta Encantada: Novos Caminhos da Literatura Comparada", Lisboa, D. Quixote, 2001.
CHEVREL, Yves, "La littérature comparée", Paris, PUF, 1989.
CLERC, Jeanne-Marie, "Littérature et cinéma", Paris, Nathan, 1993.
GOMBRICH, Ernst Hans, "The Story of Art", London, Phaidon, 2006.
HAUSER, Arnold, "História Social da Arte e da Literatura", tr. de Álvaro Cabral, São Paulo, Martins Fontes.
KAISER, Gerhard R., "Introdução à Literatura Comparada", tr. de Teresa Alegre, Lisboa, Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, 1989.
PEÑA-ARDID, Carmen, "Literatura y cine", Madrid, Cátedra, 1984.
ROMERO LÓPEZ, Dolores, "Orientaciones en literatura comparada", Madrid, Arco/Libros, 1988.
STAM, Robert e RAENGO, Alessandra (orgs.), "Literature and Film: A guide to the theory and practice of film adaptation", Malden, Blackwell, 2008.
TORRES, Mário Jorge (org.), "ACT 17: não vi o livro, mas li o filme", Vila Nova de Famalicão, Húmus, 2008.
Teaching Methodologies and Assessment Criteria This curricular unit involves 15 collective sessions, of a theoretical-practical nature, of two hours each. In these theoretical-practical classes, interactivity is fundamental: throughout these sessions, the knowledge intended to be transmitted will be presented, as well as the ability to problematize certain concepts. It will also be studied how comparative literature has been dedicated to the study of literary relations between Portugal and Spain. In this strategic line of developing the critical capacity on the part of students, it will be encouraged the presentation of small oral papers, as well as the presentation of the final work of research, which will be done orally and also in written form.
Language Portuguese. Tutorial support is available in English.
Last updated on: 2021-10-18

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