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languages and literatures at Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen. He has pu- blished books and articles about South Slavic literatures and cultures, narrato- logy, theory of literature, and memory. Andrea Lešić, born in 1972, is an associate professor of comparative literature and literary theory at the Philosophy Faculty, University of Sarajevo. She has published on literary theory, memory studies, South Slavic literatures, and po- pular genres. Jurij MuraŠov, Davor BeganoviĆ, Andrea LeŠiĆ (eds.) Cultures of Economy in South-Eastern Europe Spotlights and Perspectives

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Evgenia Iliopoulou Because of You: Understanding Second-Person Storytelling Lettre Evgenia Iliopoulou born in 1986, lives in Zurich, Switzerland, and specializes in narratology, theory of literature and interdisciplinary approaches within Comparative Literature. She holds an undergraduate degree in Greek Philology from her hometown University of Patras, Greece, and an MA in Comparative Literature from Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, Germany. In 2014, during her doctoral studies, Zurich University sponsored her participation in the summer session of

Contributors Davor Beganović, lecturer in the Slavic Department of University Tübingen; ad- junct lecturer in the Slavic Department of University Zurich and Slavic Department of University of Constance. Research interest: theory of literature, especially narra- tology, studies in cultural memory; contemporary South-Slavic literatures. Recent publications: Pamćenje traume. Apokaliptička prozaDanila Kiša, Sarajevo, Zagreb 2007; Poetikamelankolije. Na tragovima suvremene bosansko-hercegovačke književnosti, Sarajevo 2009; Protiv kanona. Mlada crnogorska proza i

of Cologne. Her dissertation project is centered on literature around 1800 and the theory of literature, especially systems theory. Charlotte Jaekel (Dr. phil.), born in 1980, teaches Modern German Literature at the University of Dortmund. Her research focuses on the literature of the eighteenth and nineteenth century and the materiality of literature. Pál Kelemen (Dr. phil.), born in 1977, teaches Comparative Literature at ELTE Budapest. His research includes material cultures of nineteenth century litera- ture, the history and theory of philology, and the

On the Contributors Davor Beganović, assistant professor of South Slavic Literatures at the University of Vienna. His main research interests are contemporary literature, theory of memory in relation to cultural studies and theory of literature. Most recent publications: Protiv kanona (Against canon, 2011), Poetika melankolije (Poetics of melancholy, 2009). Tihomir Brajović, associate professor at the Faculty of Philology at the University of Belgrade. His main research interests are the history of contemporary Serbian and Croation literature, poetic

Authors Davor Beganović, PhD, is lecturer at the Slavic Department, University of Tübin- gen, adjunct lecturer at the Slavic Department, University of Zurich, and at the Slavic Department, University of Konstanz. His research interests cover the theory of literature, especially narratology, studies in cultural memory, and contemporary South-Slavic literatures. Recent publications: Pamćenje traume. Apokaliptička proza DanilaKiša (Sarajevo, Zagreb 2007); Poetikamelankolije.Na tragovima suvremene bosan- sko-hercegovačke književnosti (Sarajevo 2009); Protiv kanona

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Contributors Davor Beganović is lecturer in the Slavic Department of Tübingen University and adjunct lecturer in the Slavic Department of Zurich University and the Slav- ic Department of Constance University. Research interests: theory of literature, especially narratology, studies in cultural memory; contemporary South-Slavic literatures. He is the author of Pamćenje traume. Apokaliptička proza Danila Ki- ša (Sarajevo, Zagreb 2007); Poetika melankolije. Na tragovima suvremene bo- sansko-hercegovačke književnosti (Sarajevo 2009); Protiv kanona. Mlada

the theory of literature. It has been introduced by Aristotle in his poetics. This happens in a paragraph were he discusses in particular words and their use. The Metaphor is not a class of words but rather a particular usage of words. Its definition is: “A metaphor is the application of a noun which prop- erly applies to something else. The transfer may be from the genus to the species, from the species to the genus or according the rules of analogy.”4 3 | For this dif ferentiation see my ar ticles “Leibliche Anwesenheit im Raum,” in Ästhetik und

interest in this book—of literary works or processes in spatially defined media like the Cave (e.g., Noah Wardrip-Fruin et al.’s Screen). We have to include into this question also Locative Narratives where recipients are navigated by GPS through real space reading fragments of a story. And—de- spite all changes in the dispositives of mediality brought on by the present up- heaval in media—in what way do all these projects carry on the long history of literature that has already survived several media upheavals? Therefore, developing a theory of literature in

-performativen21 und neo-dramatischen22 künstlerischen Praxis erläutern, an 19 | Vgl. Maurice Blanchot, »Das Athenäum«, in: Volker Bohn (Hg.), Romantik. Literatur und Philosophie. Internationale Beiträge zur Poetik, Frankfur t a.M. 1987, S. 107-121, hier S. 116. Vgl. dazu auch Philippe Lacoue-Labarthe/Jean-Luc Nancy, »The Fragment«, in: Dies., The literary absolute. The Theory of Literature in German Romanticism, Albany, NY 1988, S. 39-58. 20 | Vgl. Theodor W. Adorno, »Skoteinos oder Wie zu lesen sei«, in: Ders., Drei Studien zu Hegel, hg. v. Gretel Adorno u. Rolf