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Kantoříková, Jana

Jana Kantoříková, M. A.

PhD Student in Slavic Philology

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Université Paris-Sorbonne (Paris IV)
Centre universitaire Malesherbes – UFR d’Etudes slaves
108 boulevard Malesherbes
75017 Paris
France


Doctoral Project

Das Werk Miloš Martens und die Frage der Intertextualität

The Work of Miloš Martens and the Question of Intertextuality

My project is a comparative analysis that relates the work of the Czech-speaking writer and critic Miloš Marten (1883-1917), who was an initiator between the metropolises of Prague and Paris, to contemporary German, French and English literature. Marten was described in 1917 by the influential critic FX Šalda as an epigone and plagiarist. Marten condemned his work as a "copy of late romantic western fiction", which was one of the reasons for the marginalization of Marten's work. Objectives of the dissertation is 1.) to explain this negative attitude in the literary context of the time and to analyze the so-called plagiarism debate - the critical disqualification of discourses (categories such as non-originality, epigone, plagiarism, imitation) 2.) to present the so-called concretization of Marten's work and the "Marten's paintings" in the history of literature 3.) to provide another interpretation of Marten's prose - "Cyklus rozkoše a smrti", "The cycle of pleasure and death" and "Pohádky a podobenství", dt. "The fairy tales and the parable" 4.) to analyze Marten's works linguistically through individual editorial departments. As a methodological basis, I use the discourse analysis, the impulses of the Prague school and the aesthetics of reception.

Curriculum Vitae

Jana Kantoříková was born in Česká Lípa (Czech Republic). In 2007 she graduated in Historical and Literary Studies at the University of Pardubice (B.A.) and in 2010 she studied Czech Philology at the University of Olomouc (M.A.). She started her PhD at the Charles University in Prague in 2011. Since 2014 she has been doing her PhD at the University of Regensburg as part of a bi-national procedure.

She received a scholarship at the Friedrich Schiller University Jena (WS 2009-2010), attended the University of Leipzig (May-June 2012 as a visiting scholar at the GWZO), attended the Humboldt University Berlin (summer school), at the University of Regensburg (BAYHOST Scholarship, German-Czech Future Fund) and studied at the Paris-IV Sorbonne (Sept.-Nov 2014, scholarship of the French Government). From 2011-2012 she worked as a high school teacher, lecturer and freelance translator. From March 2013 to April 2014 she worked as a research assistant at the Chair of Slavic Literatures and Cultures of the University of Passau. Since November 2014 she has been a member of the Graduate School for Eastern and Southeast European Studies. On October 1, 2015, she accepted a teaching assignment at the Université Paris-Sorbonne.

Positions, Assignments and Memberships

Former Member of the Study Group Literature - Narrativity - Discourse

Publications

Journal Articles and Book Chapters

„Za zastřeným profilem. Martenův Suarès a smysl sakurového květu.“ In: Tahy 2015: Literárněkulturní ročenka. Červený Kostelec a Pardubice 2015.

„Die doppelte bemerkenswerte Marginalie: ´Cikáni´ a česká vesnice von Daniel Soukup.“ In: Zeitschrift für slawische Philologie 2014.

„Decadence before? Několik poznámek k Šaldově ideji dekadence.“ In: Revue Pandora č. 26/27 2013, S. 179-186.

„L´invisible et le visible dans le discours de la literature tchèque moderne: ´la vue intérieure´.“ In: Ostium. Internetový časopis pre humanitné vedy 2014.

„L´ornement. Entre la nature, la culture et la civilisation. A l´example de Miloš Marten.“ In: Opera romanica, České Budějovice.

„Intertextuální dialog v raném díle Miloše Martena.“ In: Moderna&Moderny. Olomouc, Univerzita Palackého 2013, S. 214-232.

„Dvě moci. Dekadence jako forma subverze.“ In: Tahy 2012: Literárněkulturní ročenka. Červený Kostelec a Pardubice 2012, S. 24-35.

„Miloš Marten: Varianta Przybyszewského psychického naturalismu.“ In: Hranice v literatuře – literatura a její hranice. Studia slavica. Opole, Uniwersytet Opolski 2012.

„Šestý smysl dekadentního symbolismu.“ In: WIENDL Jan (ed.): Tělo, smysly, emoce v literatuře. FF UK, Praha 2012, S. 80-91.

Presentations

2014

Jul. 2014 „L´invisible et le visible dans le discours de la literature tchèque moderne: ´la vue intérieure´.“ (dt. „Das sichtbare und das unsichtbare im Diskurs der modernen tschechischen Literatur: ´Die innere Sehekraft´“), XXIIIème Université d’Été de l’Association Jan Hus, Modra (Slowakei)

2013

Jul. 2013 „L´ornement. Entre la nature, la culture et la civilisation. A l´example de Miloš Marten“ (dt. Das Ornament. Zwischen der Natur, der Kultur und der Zivilisation. Am Beispiel Miloš Martens“), XXIIème Université d’Été de l’Association Jan Hus, České Budějovice

Ap. 2013 „Intertextualität als zentrales Verfahren der klassischen tschechischen Moderne am Beispiel Miloš Martens“, SPIM Kolloquium, Salzburg

Jan. 2013 „Geschichte eines Verweises“, Junge Slawistik im Dialog, Kiel

2012

Okt. 2012 „Šestý smysl dekadentního symbolismu“ (dt. „ Der sechste Sinn des dekadenten Symbolismus“), Tschechisch-polnische Konferenz „Körper, Sinn und Emotion in der Literatur“ (dt.), Prag

Sept. 2012 „Miloš Marten: Varianta Przybyszewského psychického naturalismu“ („Miloš Marten: Die Variante des psychischen Naturalismus Przybyszewskis“)