Sanja Šoštarić

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Sanja Šoštarić

Biografija

Sanja Šoštarić (rođena 1964. godine u Zadru) diplomirala je 1987. godine na Odsjeku za anglistiku Filozofskog fakulteta u Sarajevu. Potom je studirala engleski i njemački jezik i književnost, te magistrirala (1997) i doktorirala (2000)  na “Karl-Ruprechts” univerzitetu u Heidelbergu. Disertacija istražuje prožimanje engleskog romantizma i američkog transcendentalizma na primjeru S. T. Coleridgea i R. W. Emersona. Od 2004. godine radi kao docentica, a zatim kao vanredna profesorica na Odsjeku za anglistiku Filozofskog fakulteta u Sarajevu, gdje predaje predmete iz oblasti engleske i američke književnosti, te kulturoloških studija. Pisala je književno-kritičke osvrte o američkoj  i engleskoj književnosti i kulturi. U fokusu njezinog naučno-istraživačkog rada je postmoderna američka književnost, te američka književnost 21. stoljeća.

Bibliografija

Knjige

1. Coleridge and Emerson: A Complex Affinity (diss.), Parkland, FL (USA): Dissertation.com, 2003 (štampana i elektronska verzija).

2. English literature to 1500, Sarajevo: Filozofski fakultet u Sarajevu, 2009.

3. Igram se, dakle postojim: postmoderna američka proza kontrakulturnog eksperimenta, Sarajevo: Centar Samouprava, 2017.
4. Žensko raščitavanje dominantne kulture: Sylvia Plath, Kathy Acker, Octavia E. Butler, Sarajevo: University Press, 2021.

Članci i poglavlja u knjigama i zbornicima

“Coleridgeova estetika: umjetnost u slavu Boga” (“Coleridge’s aesthetics: Art for God’s sake”), Novi Izraz 20, Sarajevo, 2003, p. 85-96.

“Emersonova estetika-misticizam iz Nove Engleske” (“Emerson’s aesthetics – New England version of mysticism”), Novi Izraz 21, Sarajevo, 2003, p. 69-83.

“Don DeLillo’s Postmodern (Under)world”,  An Americanist in Sarajevo, Papers Honoring Prof. Zvonimir Radeljković On the Occasion of His 60th Birthday, Sarajevo: Filozofski fakultet, 2003, p. 101-112.

Američka pastorala ili meditacije postmodernog pustinjaka” (“American Pastoral or Meditations of a Post-Modern Hermit”), Novi Izraz 32, Sarajevo, 2006, p. 85-103.

“Osvježavajuća intelektualna neusiljenost” (“A Refreshing Intellectual Spontaneity”), Novi Izraz 33-34, Sarajevo 2006, p. 228-233.

“Doris Lessing: žensko traganje za samospoznajom” (“Doris Lessing: A Female Quest for Self-Knowledge”), Novi Izraz 39, Sarajevo 2007, p. 127-141.

“Doris Lessing: A Female Quest for Self-Knowledge”, Istraživanje (Journal of the Faculty of Humanities in Mostar), Mostar 2008, p. 345-362.

“Voices from the Land of Confusion: American Past, Present and Future in Don DeLillo’s and Philip Roth’s Fiction”, The Sense of America: Histories Into Text, (Rodica M. and Pana I., eds.), Bucharest: Univers Enciclopedic, 2009, p. 54-65.

“Obnavljanje književnosti i dotrajalost patrijarhata u prozi Johna Bartha” (“John Barth: The Literature of Replenishment and the Exhaustion of Patriarchy”), Novi Izraz 49-50, 2010.

Javno spaljivanje R. Coovera kao politička metafikcija: dekonstrukcija konstrukcije Drugog” (“Robert Coover’s The Public Burning as political metafiction: the deconstruction of the construction of the Other”), Novi Izraz 53-54, Sarajevo, 2011, p.66-80.

“Postmodernist ‘formlessness’ as uncommitted commitment in Donald Barthelme’s and Ishmael Reed’s fiction”, English Studies Today: Views and Voices, Selected papers from the first international conference on English studies: English language and Anglophone literatures today (ELALT), Novi Sad: Filozofski fakultet, 2011, p. 309-320.

“Representations of African-americans in American cinema”, A Festschrift for Professor Snežana Bilbija, Sarajevo: Filozofski fakultet, 2014, p.51-70.

“‘If Pynchon be the food of action, read on; Give me excess of it’: Pynchon’s novels of excess and their place in post-postmodernityˮ, English Studies from Archives to Prospects, Vol. 1 – Literature and Cultural Studies, (eds. Stipe Grgas, Tihana Klepač and Martina Domines-Veliki), Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2016, p. 29-42.

“Postmodernist remakes of the fairy-tale: Donald Barthelme‘s Snow White and John Barth’s ‘Dunyazadiad‘ˮ, English Studies Today 3, Selected papers from the third international conference on English studies: English language and Anglophone literatures today (ELALT), (eds. Bojana Vujin and Mirna Radin-Sabadoš), Novi Sad: Filozofski fakultet, 2016, p. 179-192.

“American fiction in the twenty-first century: Posthumanist humanism in the making?”, First International Conference on Language, Literature, Teaching and Translation (CELLTTS), 18-19. 9. 2015, Sarajevo: Dobra knjiga, 2017, 450-463.

“From dancing on the bleeding edge toward taking the road to nowhere: A complementary reading of Pynchon’s Bleeding Edge and McCarthy’s The Road“, Second International Conference on English Language, Literature, Teaching and Translation Studies (CELLTTS), 30. 9. – 1.10. 2016, Anglophone (Inter)cultural Negotiations: Multiculturalism and Globalization in the Era of Uncertainty (Proceedings), Sarajevo: Dobra knjiga, 2018, 339-359.

“Politicizing the transnational turn in 21st-century US fiction – diversity, difference and neoliberalism in the era of perpetual war(s)ˮ, Third International Conference on English Language, Literature, Teaching and Translation Studies (CELLTTS), Living, Reading, Teaching, and Translating in a World Dominated by the Culture of War and War of Cultures (Proceedings), Sarajevo: Dobra knjiga, 2019, 291-306.

“The reappropriation of fantasy in 21st-century American fiction: Michael Chabon’s The Yiddish Policemen’s Union“, Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies: BELLS90 Proceedings, Volume 2, (ed. Biljana Čubrović), Filološki fakultet Univerziteta u Beogradu, Vol. 2 (2020), 271-288, https://doi.org/10.18485/bells90.2020.2.ch20.

“Fitzgeraldov Veliki Gatsby i modernistička paradigma”, Život: časopis za književnost i kulturu 1-4, Sarajevo, mart/ožujak 2020, 126-131.

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