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Biography

Prof. Vladimir Biti

Institute for Slavic Studies

University of Vienna, Austria

Professor of South Slavic Literatures and Cultures


Email: vladimir.biti@univie.ac.at


Qualifications

1981 Ph.D., University of Zagreb, Philosophy


Publications (Selected)

  1. Biti, Vladimir, “In the Name of the Altogether Other”, in: Darko Dolinar and Marko Juvan, eds., Writing Literary History: Selected Perspectives from Central Europe, Frankfurt/M. et al.: Peter Lang, 2006, 67-81.
  2. Biti, Vladimir, “The Face of the West: Democracy and Trauma”, in: Lis Møller and Mads Rosendahl Thomsen, eds., Produktive Paradokser: Festskrift til Svend Erik Larsen, Aarhus: Aarhus Universitetsforlag, 2006, 261-276.
  3. Biti, Vladimir, Up and Down in Croatian Literary Geography: The Case of Krugovaši, in: Marcel Cornis-Pope and John Neubauer, eds., History of the Literary Cultures of East-Central Europe: Junctures and Disjunctures in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Century, Amsterdam and New York: John Benjamins, 2006, 301-314.
  4. Biti, Vladimir, “Epistemological Frontier Criss-Crossings”, 54.412 signs, invited contribution for the on-lineEncyclopedia of Life Support Systems(Oxford), 2006, official Website of the Encyclopedia /www.eolss.net/
  5. Biti, Vladimir, Die eingebüßte Souveränität: Zur Phraseologie der gegenwärtigen Theorie, in: Peter Deutschmann et al., eds., Kritik und Phrase: Festschrift zum 65. Geburtstag von Wolfgang Eismann, Wien: Praesens Verlag, 2007, 397-403.
  6. Biti, Vladimir, “Wie ein Hund – Entmenschlichung der Sprache in Dubravka UgrešićsDas Ministerium der Schmerzen“, in: Davor Beganović and Peter Braun, eds., Krieg sichten: Zur medialen Darstellung der Kriege in Jugoslawien, München: Wilhelm Fink, 2007, 291-307.
  7. Biti, Vladimir, O ontološkom strukturalizmu, Književna republika 10-12/2007, 9-15.
  8. Biti, Vladimir, Gospodar i rob: Hermeneutika i poststrukturalizam”, Nova Croatica 1/2007, 185-198.
  9. Biti, Vladimir, “Europe and the Others: Holocaust and the Post/colonial Relation”, Jadavpur Journal of Comparative Literature, Vol. XLV/2007-2008, 35-67.
  10. Biti, Vladimir, “Od literature do kulture – in nazaj?”, in: Darko Dolinar and Marko Juvan, eds., Primerjalna književnost v 20. stoletju in Anton Ocvirk, Ljubljana: Studia Litteraria, 2008, 275-283.
  11. Biti, Vladimir, From Literature to Culture – and Back?”, Primerjalna književnost 31.1 (2008), 15-25.
  12. Biti, Vladimir, “O razdiobi suvremenoga hrvatskog pjesništva”, Književna republika 8-10/2008, 69-73.
  13. Biti, Vladimir, Narrative Identification, Arcadia 43 (1/2008), 28-40.
  14. Biti, Vladimir, “Theory and Trauma”, Primerjalna književnost 32.2 (2009), 23-30.
  15. Biti, Vladimir, “Toward a Literary Community?”, in: Theo D’haenund Iannis Goerlandt, eds.., Literature for Europe, Amsterdam, New York et al: Rodopi, 2009, 27-42.
  16. Biti, Vladimir, “Prema književnoj zajednici”, in: Nikša Gligo, Dalibor Davidović und Nada Bezić, eds., Glazba prijelaza: Svečani zbornik za Evu Sedak, Zagreb: HGZ, 2009, 41-48.
  17. Biti, Vladimir, “Hermeneutics and Poststructuralism”, in: Paola Mildonian, ed., It Started in Venice: Legacies, Passages, Horizons. Fifty Years of ICLA, Venice: Cafoscarina, 2009, 264-276.
  18. Biti, Vladimir, “Upletanje nerečenog: alegorija u krugovaškoj prozi šezdesetih godina”, in: Krešimir Mićanović, ed., Prostor u jeziku/ Književnost i kultura šezdesetih, Zagreb: Zagrebačka slavistička škola, 2009, 101-107.
  19. Biti, Vladimir, Od književnosti do kulture – i natrag?”,Quorum5-6/2009, 381-393.
  20. Biti, Vladimir, Märchen und Trauma, in Vladimir Biti/ Bernarda Katušić (Hrsg.), Märchen in den südslawischen Literaturen, Frankfurt am Main etc.: Peter Lang, 2010, 33-43.
  21. Biti, Vladimir, Distance and Proximity, Neohelicon 2: 37 (2010), 469-475.
  22. Biti, Vladimir, Die Kollektivierung des Äußerungsgefüges:Die Frühlinge des Ivan Galebvon Vladan Desnica als polyphoner Roman, Wiener Slawistischer Almanach 64/2010, 121-143.
  23. Biti, Vladimir, The Cosmopolitan Literary Imperative, in: Libuša Vajdova and Róbert Gáfrik, eds., New Imagined Communities: Identity Building in East and South-East Europe, Bratislava: Kalligram/ 2010, 34-44.
  24. Biti, Vladimir, Wie nahe steht das Fremde: Das politische Lied in Kroatien, in: Newerkla, Stefan Michael/Poljakov, Fedor B./Schmitt, Oliver Jens, eds., Das politische Lied in Ost- und Südosteuropa, Wien: Lit-Verlag, 2011, 233-251.
  25. Biti, Vladimir, Theorie und Weltbürgerlichkeit, in: Mario Grizelj, Oliver Jahraus, eds., Theorietheorie: Gegen die neuerliche Theoriemüdigkeit in den Geistes-und Kulturwissenschaften, Paderborn und München: Wilhelm Fink, 2011, 291-303.
  26. Biti, Vladimir, “The Self, the Novel and History: On the Limits of Bakhtin´s Historical Poetics”, Orbis Litterarum 66:4 (2011), 255-279.
  27. Biti, Vladimir, “The Divided Legacy of the Enlightenment: Herder´s Cosmopolitanism as Suppressed Eurocentrism, in: Marc Maufort & Caroline de Wagter, eds., Old Margins and New Centers: The European Literary Heritage in the Age of Globalization, Bruxelles et a.: Peter Lang, 2011, 73-83.
  28. Biti, Vladimir, “Die zerstreute Erbschaft: Das Ausagieren und das Durcharbeiten des Traumas imMuseum der bedingungslosen Kapitulationvon Dubravka Ugrešić, Arcadia2: 47 (2012): 1-16.
  29. Biti, Vladimir, “Anschlussfähigkeit und postkoloniale Welt. Grizelj, Mario / Daniela Kirschstein, eds.,'Black Luhmann'. (Wie)können sich Postkoloniale Theorien und Systemtheorie beobachtenBerlin: Kadmos, 2012.
  30. Biti, Vladimir, The Double-Edged Legacy of the Republic of Letters: Emancipation and Trauma”, Journal of Literature and Trauma Studies 2/2012 (accepted, forthcoming)
  31. Biti, Vladimir, “Szétszórt otthon”, Filológia közlöny2: LVIII (2012): 111-132.
  32. Biti, Vladimir, “The Adulterous Theory”, Neohelicon1: 40 (2013), accepted, forthcoming
  33. Biti, Vladimir, “The Fissured Identity of Literature: National Universalism vs. Cosmopolitan Nationalism”, Journal of Literary Theory1: 7 (2013), accepted, forthcoming


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