languages and literatures at Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen. He has pu-
blished books and articles about South Slavic literatures and cultures, narrato-
logy, theoryofliterature, 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-
Jurij MuraŠov, Davor BeganoviĆ, Andrea LeŠiĆ (eds.)
Cultures of Economy in South-Eastern Europe
Spotlights and Perspectives
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: theoryofliterature, 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
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: theoryofliterature,
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
/artistic declarations or his “theory” ofliterature from them.10
7 Jan Michalik, Twórczość Ibsena w sądach krytyki polskiej 1875–1906 [Ibsen’s work
in Polish criticism] (Wrocław: Zakład Narodowy im. Ossolińskich, 1971), 39–41.
8 Cf. Michał Głowiński, “Deux critiques littéraires sur Ibsen (Ortwin – Brzozowski),”
in Swedish-Polish Literary contacts, ed. Nils Åke Nilsson (Stockholm: Almqvist &
Wiksell International, 1979), 61.
9 Polish translations were based on letters published in 1904 in Die neue Rundschau.