Collegium Helveticum
Aleksandr Barbuch

Crimea’s Polylinguism
Reflections in World Literatures


The talks were in German and Russian.
No registration required.
This was a hybrid event.

This workshop collected perspectives on a variety of languages that have been spo- ken in Crimea and that have founded traditions in different literatures: in Eastern and Western Slavic ones but also in Greek, Hebrew, Yiddish, and Crimean Tatar. The workshop was a kick-off for further cooperation between the invited scholars and other interested researchers aiming to conceptualize a transnational literary history of this multicultural region in the Black Sea.

Tatjana is currently writing a collective monography on Crimea’s polylinguism together with other participants of the workshop.

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