Comparisons, n°13/2013

# Article Title Author
1. Contents
2. Introduction
3. Is there a Place for Central-Eastern Europe in Postcolonial Space? Possibilities of Journey Trajectories
4. Cosmopolitanism and the Specifity of the Local in World Literature
5. Colonialism in Another Way. On the Applicability of Postcolonial Methodology for the Study of Postcommunist Europe
6. Preparing the Postcolonial Situation: Polish Drugi Obieg Periodicals, the Europe Topic and the Question of Poland’s Eastern Neighbors
7. Academic Colonialism. Holocaust Studies in Poland
8. Bolesław Prus Reads Bourget. Emancipation, Spiritism and Novel Theory
9. Intertext. Literature Between National Cultures
10. Irony and Nostalgy. On Michał Witkowski's Literary Output
11. „Kto ty jesteś? Polak mały...” Change in the Meaning of the Concepts of „the other” and „the Motherland” in the Polish post-1989 Prose
12. Necessary Fictions in Polish Prose after 1989
13. Ironic and Nostalgic Picture of the 60’ in Péter Tímár’s Film Dollybirds (Csinbaba, 1997)
14. Is Colonial Cinema Possible in Poland these Days? The Case of Pani z Ukrainy by Paweł Łoziński
15. Transylvania in the Contemporary Hungarian Cinematography. The Figures of (Auto)Colonisation
16. Orient in Polish Post-War Feature Film. Reconnaissance
17. The Contflict about Monuments and Remembrance Sites or the New-Old Perception of the Past in Central and Eastern Europe after 1989
18. Uprooted and Resettled. The Drama of Variable Borders in the Contemporary Polish Theater
19. Reviews
20. Overviews, Discussions
21. Authors of „Porównania”