⇔ Area: Comparative Literature

Comparative Literature entails a comparative attitude oriented by wide and ambitious objectives. The formalization and systematization of its methodology entails to think the literary through comparative procedure considered as the founder of a reflection that enables an over-national, trans-historical and inter-artistic sense of literary phenomenon. As an area of concentration, Comparative Literature becomes a privileged reflexive space to the study of the literary text considering its historical, theoretical and cultural aspect. The tendencies of comparative studies are settled in the spheres of multidisciplinarity, interdiscursiveness and intersemiotics, established in the sensitive area of the limits among nations, languages, discourses, artistic practices, cultural problems.