Lectures

Ukrainian Research Center of Children’s and Youth Literature and Western Scientific Center NASU invite literary critics, teachers, librarians, book specialists, sociologists, cultural researchers, educators, students, postgraduates etc. to lecture course of the history and theory of literature for children and youth.

You can sigh up urccyl.new@gmail.com.

Lectures are held one time per month from December 11, 2014 till June 11, 2015

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Skype-lecture by Professor Maria Nikolajeva (University of Cambridge)

(De) Canonization processes: E.T.A. Hoffmann’s Nutcracker and the Mouse King and the interfaces between children’s and adult literature

Skype-lecture by Professor Bettina Kümmerling-Meibauer (University of Tübingen)

Lecture 1. Literature for Children and Youth in Ukraine: between East and West Canon.

Lecturer: Hnidets (Baran) Uliana

Lecture 2. Theoretical Understanding of Literature for Children and Youth. Definition of Concepts. Interpretational Aspects.

Lecturer: Kachak Tetiana

Lecture 3. Ideological Canonization / Decanonization of Literature for Children and Youth.

Lecturer: Baran Uliana

Lecture 4. The history of Ukrainian Literature for Children and Youth. Key Stages, Bright Figures, Iconic Texts.

Lecturer: Kachak Tetiana

Lecture 5. Literary Canon and the Main Factors of its Formation.

Lecturer: Fedoriv Ulyana

Lecture 6. Concept and Criteria of the 'Classicality' in Literature for Children and Youth.

Lecturer: Baran Uliana

Lecture 7. Perfect Recipient in Literature for Children and Youth.

Lecturer: Baran Uliana

Lecture 8.Space in the Modern Ukrainian Prose for Children and Youth.

Lecturer: Kachak Tetiana

Lecture 9. Genre Modification in the Modern Ukrainian Literature for Children and Youth.

Lecturer: Ovdiichuk Liliia

Lecture 10. Category of Reader-Child: Age Classification, Differentiation of the Concept.

Lecturer: Panko Oksana

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