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How Does Literary Theory Cross Boundaries (or Not)?

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Notes on a Case Study

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This article analyzes the obstacles that hinder the reconstruction of the processes of institutionalization and internationalization of literary studies in Argentina within the framework of the project International Cooperation in the Social-Sciences and Humanities: Comparative Socio-Historical Perspectives and Future Possibilities, directed by Gisèle Sapiro. These obstacles were negotiated partly through the creation of two categories: “stories” and “fantasies of nano-intervention.” The article introduces these categories, along with some examples that enable reflection on the factors that impede or condition the international circulation of literary theory.

Affiliations: 1: CONICET and Universidad Nacional del Litoral


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