Interférences littéraires - literaire interferenties (Literary Interferences) aims to take into account the interferences through which, in the course of its history, literature has constituted itself in the interaction with other discourses, cultural forms and social practices. More specifically, it intends to study, on the one hand, the models that literary texts have borrowed from other discursive, pragmatic and imaginary domains and, on the other hand, the representations and usages of literature as they appear in other forms of discourse and sectors of socio-cultural activity.The transdisciplinary make-up of the journal springs in fact from the way in which literature itself constitutes, proves and transforms itself. Such an approach presupposes that no a priori privilege will be bestowed on any method, but that the topics themselves determine what tools are most suited to account for them.
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