Naziv
Teorija književnosti: Empirijski pristupi književnosti
Organizacijska jedinica
Odsjek za komparativnu književnost
ECTS bodovi
6
Šifra
125459
Semestri izvođenja
zimski
Satnica
Predavanja
30
Seminar
15

Cilj
Uputiti studente u suvremene metode proučavanja književnosti koje polaze od empirijskih temelja. Ti će se pristupi na kolegiju nastojati obrazložiti kroz jednostavnu trodijelnu podjelu koja uzima u obzir jesu li pristupi usmjereni na pojedinačnog čitatelja, na skupinu čitatelja, ili na književno djelo. Također će se ukazati kako takvi pristupi često nastaju u bliskom dodiru s drugim humanističkim disciplinama, ali i društvenim te prirodnim znanostima – sociologijom, etnologijom, (evolucijskom) psihologijom, (kognitivnom) lingvistikom – te će se kritički razmotriti implikacije takvih interdisciplinarnih i transdisciplinarnih spojeva. Osim teorijskih aspekata, u seminarskom će se dijelu kolegija pokušati oprimjeriti specifična praktična dimenzija izdvojenih pristupa.
Sadržaj
  1. Konstituiranje kolegija
  2. Geneza empirijskih pristupa književnosti
  3. Pristup pojedincu I – uvodno
  4. Pristup pojedincu II – memorijski
  5. Pristup pojedincu III – psihički
  6. Pristup pojedincu IV – zaključno
  7. Pristup publici I – uvodno
  8. Pristup publici II – kvantitativni
  9. Pristup publici III – kvalitativni
  10. Pristup publici IV – zaključno
  11. Pristup tekstu I – uvodno
  12. Pristup tekstu II – kognitivistički
  13. Pristup tekstu III – evolucijski
  14. Pristup tekstu IV – zaključno
  15. Završna evaluacija kolegija

Ishodi učenja
  1. opisati razvoj empirijskih pristupa književnosti
  2. primijeniti književnoteorijske pojmove i (empirijske) metode u analizi strukture književnih tekstova, kao i drugih kulturnih fenomena
  3. interdisciplinarno povezati i integrirati znanja i vještine stečene na studiju komparativne književnosti s drugim studijskim programom u društveno-humanističkim grupama
Metode podučavanja
Metode ocjenjivanja

Obavezna literatura
  1. Alderson-Day, Ben, Bernini, Marco i Fernyhough Charles. 2017. "Uncharted features and dynamics of reading: Voices, characters, and crossing of experiences". U Consciousness and Cognition, sv. 49, str. 98-109.
  2. Bartlett, Frederic. 1995 [1932]. Remembering: A Study in Experimental and Social Psychology. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  3. Boyd, Brian. 2009. On the Origin of Stories: Evolution, Cognition, and Fiction. Harvard: Belknap Press of Harvard University Press.
  4. Copeland, David, Radvansky, Gabriel i Goodwin, Kerri. 2009. "A novel study: Forgetting curves and the reminiscence bump". U Memory, sv. 17, br 3: 323-336.
  5. Elfenbein, Andrew. 2006. "Cognitive Science and the History of Reading". U PMLA, sv. 121, br. 2: 484-502.
  6. Gavins, Joanna i Steen, Gerard (ur.). 2003. Cognitive poetics in practice. London: Routledge.
  7. Gerrig, Richard. 1993. Experiencing narrative worlds: on the psychological activities of reading. New Haven i London: Westview Press.
  8. Gottschall, Jonathan i Wilson, David. S. 2005. The Literary Animal: Evolution and the Nature of Narrative (Rethinking Theory). California: Northwestern University Press.
  9. Guillory, John. 2002. "The Sokal Affair and the History of Criticism". U Critical Inquiry, sv. 28, br. 2: 470-508.
  10. Hartley, Jenny. 2002. The Reading Groups Book: 2002-2003 Edition. New York: Oxford University Press.
  11. Holland, Norman. 2009. Literature and the brain. Cambridge, Massachussets: The PsyArt Foundation.
  12. Jockers, Matthew L. i Mimno, David. 2013. "Significant themes in 19th-century literature". U Poetics, sv. 41: 750-769.
  13. Kraaykamp, Gerbert i Dijkstra, Katinka. 1999. "Preferences in leisure time book reading: A study on the social differentiation in book reading for the Netherlands". U Poetics, sv. 26: 203-234.
  14. Long, Elizabeth. 2003. Book clubs: Women and the uses of reading in everyday life. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
  15. Nalbantian, Suzanne. 2004. Memory in Literature: From Rousseau to Neuroscience. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
  16. Nell, Victor. 1988. Lost in a Book: The Psychology of Reading for Pleasure. Yale University Press.
  17. Rose, Jonathan. 2011. "Altick's Map: The New Historiography of the Common Reader". U Rosalind Crone i Shafquat Towheed (ur.), The History of Reading, Volume 3. Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan.
  18. Schreier, Margrit. 2001. "Qualitative methods in studying text reception". U Dick Schram i Gerard Steen (ur.), The Psychology and Sociology of Literature: In Honor of Elrud Ibsch. Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Company.
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  20. Stockwell, Peter. 2002. Cognitive poetics: An introduction. London: Routledge.
  21. Turner, Mark. 2002. The Literary Mind. New York: Oxford University Press.
  22. Wolf, Maryanne. 2007. Proust and the Squid: The Story and Science of the Reading Brain. New York: Harper.
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Dopunska literatura
  1. Dović, Marijan. 2004. Sistemske in empirične obravnave literature. Ljubljana: Založba ZRC, ZRC SAZU.
  2. Moretti, Franco. 2007. Graphs, maps, trees: Abstract models for literary history. London, New York: Verso.
  3. Snow, Charles Percy. 2000 [1959]. The Two Cultures. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  4. Zyngier, Sonia i dr. (ur.) 2008. Directions in Empirical Literary Studies. In honor of Willie van Peer. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
  5. Gerrig, Richard. 2010. "Readers' Experiences of Narrative Gaps". U StoryWorlds: A Journal of Narrative Studies, sv. 2: 19-37.
  6. Holland, Norman. 1975. 5 Readers Reading. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press.
  7. Seilman, Uffe i F. Larsen, Steen. 1989. "Personal Resonance to Literature: A Study of Remindings while Reading". U Poetics sv. 18: 165-177.
  8. Steen, Gerard. 1991. "The empirical study of literary reading: Methods of data collection". U Poetics sv. 20: 559-575.
  9. Adoni, Hanna i Nossek, Hillel. 2011. "Between the Book and the Reader: The Uses of Reading for the Gratification of Personal Psychosocial Needs". U Rosalind Crone i Shafquat Towheed (ur.), The History of Reading, Volume 3. Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan.
  10. Andringa, Els. 2004. "The Interface between Fiction and Life: Patterns of Identification in Reading Autobiographies". U Poetics Today sv. 25, br. 2: 205-240.
  11. Collinson, Ian. 2009. Everyday Readers: Reading and Popular Culture. London: Equinox Publishing.
  12. Escarpit, Robert. 1970. Sociologija književnosti. Zagreb: Matica hrvatska.
  13. Archer, Jodie i Jockers, Matthew L. 2016. The Bestseller Code: Anatomy of the Blockbuster Novel. New York: St. Martin's Press.
  14. Gottschall, Jonathan. 2010. Silovanje Troje: evolucija, nasilje i Homerov svijet. Zagreb: Kigen.
  15. Moretti, Franco. 2013. Građanin: između povijesti i književnosti. London, New York: Verso.
  16. Tsur, Reuven. 1992. Toward a theory of cognitive poetics. Amsterdam: North-Holland, Elsevier Science Publishing.

Izborni predmet na studijima
  1. Komparativna književnost, sveučilišni diplomski jednopredmetni studij, 1., 3. semestar
  2. Komparativna književnost, sveučilišni diplomski dvopredmetni studij, 1., 3. semestar
Fakultetska ponuda
  • Diplomski studij: Zimski semestar