Štrajn, Jelka Kernev

Štrajn, Jelka Kernev (Ljubljana – Slovenia) is a literary critic and translator (de Man, Bourdieu, Mme de Staël, Foucault etc.). She has written on narratology, feminist literary theory and post-structuralism.

Her recent papers include

  • Preliminaries to a Treatment of the Relations between Allegoric Structures and Elements of the Irrational in the Fairy Tales, in Otrok in knjiga 2002,
  • Feminist Literary Theory and Postcolonial Reading in Delta 2002,
  • Chateau de Coppet – “A Site of Modernity”, in Primerjalna knjizevnost 2004 (Special Issue),
  • The Problem of the Relationship between Symbol and Allegory, in Primerjalna knjizevnost 2006,
  • On a Possibility of Ecocritical View on the Thematisation of “Nonhuman Subjectivity” in Literature, in Primerjalna knjizevnost 2007,
  • Memory as Fragment Woven into Text, in Writing Literary History: Selected Perspectives from Central Europe, (Peter Lang) 2006, and
  • Le genre comme absence de genre, in Primerjalna knjizevnost 2006 (Special Issue), where she was the coeditor.

Email: jelka.kernev-strajn@guest.arnes.si

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