In view of the strong geopolitical divisions in contemporary cultural narratives, which affect perceptions of Russian literature and culture in particular, the Editors wish to bring together scholars who represent the field of Dostoevsky research across countries and continents, in order to map current approaches to Dostoevsky as a complex cultural phenomenon, bridging fiction, journalism, biography and history.
While Dostoevsky’s fiction and journalism lend themselves, like the works of Hegel and Nietzsche, to political and ideological misappropriations, they also attract bona fide academic criticism which the Editors hope to collect in this volume. The critical articles and reviews should examine Dostoevsky’s opus in the context of aesthetics, psychoanalysis, poststructuralism, and European philosophy, but also include archival research on, for example, new perspectives on Dostoevsky’s epistolary heritage and on Dostoevsky amongst his contemporaries.
It is envisaged that the contributions in this volume will be by authors from a wide selection of countries in Europe, Asia and the Americas. While featuring individual research, these contributions will be indicative of the trend of Dostoevsky scholarship in a particular country and provide a specific perspective on the one universal: Dostoevsky’s thought.
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Deadline for submissions: 15 February 2024.
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Slobodanka Vladiv-Glover – Guest Editor
Monash University (Australia)