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This inaugural issue of Romantik: Journal for the Study of Romanticisms contains seven articles that explore the connection between Romanticism and the political sphere. This topic has long been in need of redefinition. By gathering work from across disciplines with an interdisciplinary or cross-cultural scope, the topic is opened up to new perspectives of investigation. The articles in this first issue present new and exciting analyses of such diverse discourses as mythology, the fairy tale, historiography, elite culture, landscape painting, sculpture and dreaming.



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Date de parution 30 novembre 2012
Nombre de lectures 2
EAN13 9788771243390
Langue English
Poids de l'ouvrage 41 Mo

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Editors Robert W. Rix (Aalborg University), Lis Møller (Aarhus University), Karina Lykke Grand (Aarhus University), Anna Lena Sandberg (University of Copenhagen)
Editorial Board Elisabeth Oxfeldt (University of Oslo), Gunilla Hermansson (University of Gothenburg), Tomas Björk (Stockholm University), Lauri Suurpää (Sibelius Academy, Helsinki), Leena Eilittä (University of Helsinki)
Advisory Board Charles Armstrong (University of Bergen), Paula Henrikson (Uppsala University), Jacob Bøggild (Aarhus University), David Fairer (University of Leeds), Karin Hof (Georg-August-Unîversîtät Göttîngen), Stephan Mîchael Schröder (Unîversîty o Cologne)
Nordic CoEditor (first issue) Leena Eîlîttä (Unîversîty o Helsînkî)
Main editorial contactRobert W. Rîx [rî]
Editorial SecretaryKasper Rueskov Guldberg
Subscription servicesAarhus Unîversîty Press [unî]
The cover îllustratîon îsScene rom the Era o Norwegian Sagas(1), a paîntîng by the Norwegîan artîst Knud Baade (1-1). The depîctîon o the lonely Vîkîng by the sea reflects the artîst’s înterest în Norse themes. It also demonstrates how he combîned such subject matters wîth one o hîs other avourîte genres, the Romantîc moonlît landscape. Thîs was a genre Baade knew well rom Dresden, where he belonged to the cîrcle o Ger-man Romantîcs that încluded Caspar Davîd Frîedrîch and the Norwegîan paînter Johan Chrîstîan Dahl, who or a perîod was Baade’s teacher. Later, Baade settled în Munîch, where hîs work became quîte popular. In11, Kîng Ludwîg I purchased one o hîs works, Phantasibild aus der norwegischen Sagazeit, or the collectîon o the Neue Pînakothek. Thîs îs very lîkely îdentîcal wîth the paîntîng îllustrated on thîs cover. It was sold în11, and was redîscovered în the collectîon o Mr. Asbjørn Lunde o New York only a ew years ago. The hîstory o the paîntîng may be saîd to reflect the receptîon hîstory o Romantîcîdeals: thrown out at the begînnîng o Modernîsm, neglected durîng large parts o the th century, only to be apprecîated agaîn în our tîme – as în the perîodîcalRomantik. (Knut Ljøgodt)
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Alan Richardson T H E P O L I T I C S O F D R E A M I N G From Diderot to Keats and Shelley
Karin Sanders  ‘ L E T ’ S B E H U M A N ! ’ On the Politics o the Inanimate
Heinrich Detering H . C . A N D E R S E N ’ S ‘ S C H I L L E R FA I R Y TA L E ’ and the Post-Romantic Religion o Art
Gertrud Oelsner T H E D E M O C R A C Y O F N AT U R E
Lone Kølle Martinsen T H I S T I M E A S RO M A N T I C F I C T I O N Monarchism and Peasant Freedom in the Historical Literature o B. S. Ingemann1824-1836
Joachim Schiedermair T H E M A S S E S A N D T H E E L I T E The Conception o Social Inequality in1840s Scandinavian Literature
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Knut Ljøgodt ‘ N O RT H E R N G O D S I N M A R B L E ’ The Romantic Rediscovery o Norse Mythology
Constructîons o German Romantîcîsm Six Studies ed. Mattias Pirholt
Erîndrîngens poetîk William Wordsworth, S. T. Coleridge, Thomas De Quincey by Lis Møller
Romantîc Intermedîalîty Helsinki 2011
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CONTENT Welcome toRomantîk
On behal o the Nordîc Assocîatîon or Romantîc Studîes, we are delîghted to announce the publîcatîon o the înaugural îssue oRomantik: Journal or the Study o Romanticisms. The journal îs a natural outgrowth o a serîes o papers that the Assocîatîon has publîshed sînce1. Thîs serîes consîsted o contrîbutîons rom a num-ber o renowned Scandînavîan and înternatîonal scholars. We elt that a peer-revîewed journal would be the îdeal vehîcle to take the success o these papers a step urther. Romantik îs a multî-dîscîplînary journal dedîcated to the study o both the cultural productîons and the concept o Romantîcîsm. The artîcles range over a varîety o cultural practîces rom the perîod (c.1–1), încludîng the wrît-ten word, vîsual arts, hîstory, phîlosophy, relîgîon and theatre. The journal îs înterested în the pluralîty o European romantîcîsms, as well as the connectîons between them. We aîm to publîsh artîcles o relevance to both a Nordîc and an înternatîonal communîty. When acceptîng artîcles or the journal, we ocus on the înnovatîve-ness and presentatîon o the materîal, and we aîm to publîsh artîcles only o the hîghest academîc qualîty. Romantikpublîshed once a year. There wîll be specîal îssues on dîferent îs themes o current crîtîcal înterest. Each îssue contaîns a revîew sectîon, în whîch we draw specîal attentîon to works publîshed în the Nordîc countrîes, as well as exhîbîtîons wîth relevance to Romantîcîsm. The journal îs publîshed first as a prînted edîtîon and wîll then be avaîlable as an open access source ater a one-year embargo perîod; we hope that thîs wîll încrease the research împact o the artîcles. Thîs îssue contaîns artîcles that cover a broad range o dîscîplînes, utîlîzîng a wîde range o methodologîcal approaches. But, în stîmulatîngly dîverse ways, they all address the connectîon between Romantîcîsm and polîtîcs, whîch îs a reflectîon o the call or papers that was sent out over a year ago. It îs a partîcular pleasure to publîsh some o the cuttîng-edge research that îs carrîed out among Scandînavîan and German scholars, some o whom have had theîr artîcles trans-lated.
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The websîte and research orumwww.romantikstudier.dkîs closely connected wîth the journal. In addîtîon to scanned texts o the îssues publîshed în the orîgî-nal serîes o papers, the websîte wîll also eature the most extensîve lîstîng o conerence alerts, news, exhîbîtîons etc. în the Nordîc countrîes. We would lîke to thank our edîtorîal secretary Kasper Rueskov Guldberg, who sufered patîently through our teethîng process, as we put our workflows în place. We also extend our thanks to Aarhus Unîversîty Press or theîr proessîonalîsm, whîch has made the prînted versîon o thîs journal a realîty. Thîs înaugural îssue owes îts exîstence to the generous undîng we have re-ceîved rom NOP-HS (the Nordîc Board or Perîodîcals în the Humanîtîes and Socîal Scîences). We would also lîke to extend our thanks to AU Ideas, who made possîble the publîcatîon o the many îllustratîons încluded wîthîn these pages.
Welcome toRomantik! The edîtors
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CONTENT ThePolîtîcsoDreamîng
CONTENT THE POLITICS olîtîcsOF DREAMING – FROM DIDEROT TO KEATS eamîng AND SHELLEY [a l a n r i c h a r d S o n Dreaming, seemingly a private activity, can exhibit political and ideological dimensions. a B S t r a c t The first part o this article looks at the ideological significance, within late Enlighten ment and Romanticera culture, o the very activity o dreaming, with particular reerence to Diderot’sLe Rêve de d’AlembertNocturnal dreaming and the somnambulistic behaviors. closely associated with dreaming can and did challenge orthodox notions o the integral ] subject, o volition, o an immaterial soul, and even o the distinction between humans and animals. The second hal o the article looks at two literary dreams, rom the poetry o Shelley and Keats, considering how represented dreams can have pronounced ideological and political valences. The article as a whole illustrates the claims and methods o cognitive historicist literary critique. . . . . . . . . . K e y W o r d SPoetry, dreams, neurology, John Keats, P. B. Shelley.
‘In Dreams Begîn Responsîbîlîtîes’, Delmore Schwartz’s oblîque and compact comîng o age narratîve, remaîns one o the most compellîng Amerîcan short storîes o the last century. Its coolly seductîve hold on the reader begîns wîth îts tîtle, whîch Schwartz borrowed rom an epîgraph to W. B. Yeats’s poetîc volume Responsibilities, ‘în dreams begîns responsîbîlîty’, attrîbuted by Yeats în turn to an ‘Old Play’ (). Whatever the tîtle’s ultîmate provenance, îts juxtaposîtîon o dream and responsîbîlîty înstantly sets us ponderîng: how could dreams, învol-untary, cryptîc and unpredîctable, generate anythîng lîke dutîes and oblîgatîons? The juxtaposîtîon o polîtîcs and dreamîng în thîs essay’s tîtle seeks to pro-voke a sîmîlar unsettlîng o categorîes and rethînkîng o conceptual boundarîes. What could dreamîng, perhaps our most prîvate actîvîty, have to do wîth polî-tîcs, a set o înherently socîal practîces? What mîght the polîtîcal împlîcatîons be o dreams themselves, wîth theîr strange transormatîons, theîr ramblîng story lînes, theîr seemîngly random jumps rom one îmage or event to the next? In what ollows, I wîll explore the polîtîcs o dreamîng în two dîferent but relat-ed ways. Fîrst, I wîll consîder the îdeologîcal sîgnîficance o the very actîvîty o dreamîng, as ît was newly understood and represented în late enlîghtenment and early Romantîc culture. I wîll then consîder the polîtîcal and îdeologîcal valence
ALAN RICHARDSON, Proessor o English, Boston College Aarhus University Press,Romantik,01, vol. 01, 2012, pages 926
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