[SlovLit] Re: studying literature by numbers

Miran Hladnik miran.hladnik na guest.arnes.si
Čet Jan 15 10:18:31 CET 2004

Ales v kriticnem odnosu do Morettija ni sam. Citiram odziv Stevena Tötösyja
v diskusijskem forumu Humanist. lp miran


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Subject: 17.527 studying literature by numbers

>                Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 17, No. 527.
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>          Date: Thu, 15 Jan 2004 07:10:47 +0000
>          From: totosy na medienkomm.uni-halle.de
>          Subject: RE: 17.522 studying literature by the numbers
> this is about moretti's studying literature by numbers: it is rather
> interesting to discover how a fully-developed and established approach in
> the study of literature and culture finds itself reinvented. the so-called
> "empirische literaturwissenschaft" (in my terminology, in english, the
> "systemic and empirical study of literature") of the siegen school of
> siegfried j. schmidt and others has been pursuing what moretti appears to
> have come up as new. i guess in this case there is no theory travel
> i know moretti is aware of the large corpus of the empirische
> literaturwissenschaft (take a look at this selected bibliography
> <http://clcwebjournal.lib.purdue.edu/library/sysbib97.html> or this
> <http://clcwebjournal.lib.purdue.edu/library/sysbib95.html>). and indeed,
> is a good idea to give moretti and his recent work more exposure in order
> domesticate the empirical (and systemic) approach in the anglo-american
> landscape of literature and culture scholarship. although i do wish
> would acknowledge the existence of the approach elsewhere: let's not
> reinwent the wheel....
> --
> steven totosy, boston and the university of halle-wittenberg
> editor, clcweb: comparative literature and culture
> <http://clcwebjournal.lib.purdue.edu/>
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