Borders and Crossings

Broj 2 - Godina 10 - 04/2020


Mirna Šolić, University of Glasgow, UK

Mirna Šolić (B.A.(Hons), University of Zagreb; M.A. and Ph.D., University of Toronto) is a lecturer in Comparative Literature Programme in the School of Modern Languages and Cultures at the University of Glasgow. She is also a co-director of the University of Glasgow’s College of Arts Research Lab on the theme of migration and displacement in arts and humanities research. She has recently published a monograph entitled In Search of a Shared Expression: Karel Čapek’s Travel Writing and Imaginative Geography of Europe (Prague: Faculty of Philosophy Press, 2019), which examines Karel Čapek’s travel opus from different theoretical perspectives, contextualizes it within Czech and European interwar modernist travel writing poetics, and explores the links with visual art of the period. She is also a principal investigator of the project How to Talk About Migrations: Current Academic Research in Migration Studies and Its Relevance for School Curriculum in Scotland and Further Afield (2020-2021; funded by Royal Society of Edinburgh). Her research interests include travel writing, text/image studies, different discursive practices of representations of memory, trauma, and history, including cinematic and media representations of migration and crisis situations. 

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