Passage - Tidsskrift for litteratur og kritik https://tidsskrift.dk/passage tidsskrift for litteratur og kritik Aarhus Universitetsforlag da-DK Passage - Tidsskrift for litteratur og kritik 0901-8883 <p>Forfattere, der publicerer deres værker via dette tidsskrift, accepterer følgende vilkår:</p> <ol> <li class="show">Forfattere bevarer deres ophavsret og giver tidsskriftet ret til første publicering, samtidigt med at værket 1 år efter publiceringen er omfattet af en <a href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/" target="_new">Creative Commons Attribution-licens</a>, der giver andre ret til at dele værket med en anerkendelse af værkets forfatter og første publicering i nærværende tidsskrift.</li> <li class="show">Forfattere kan indgå flere separate kontraktlige aftaler om ikke-eksklusiv distribution af tidsskriftets publicerede version af værket (f.eks. sende det til et institutionslager eller udgive det i en bog), med en anerkendelse af værkets første publicering i nærværende tidsskrift.</li> <li class="show">Forfattere har ret til og opfordres til at publicere deres værker online (f.eks. i institutionslagre eller på deres websted) forud for og under manuskriptprocessen, da dette kan føre til produktive udvekslinger, samt tidligere og større citater fra publicerede værker (se <a href="http://opcit.eprints.org/oacitation-biblio.html" target="_new"> The Effect of Open Access</a>).</li> </ol> Redaktionelt forord https://tidsskrift.dk/passage/article/view/133258 Redaktionen Copyright (c) 2022 Efter 1 år CCBY 2022-07-12 2022-07-12 37 87 4 7 10.7146/pas.v37i87.133258 Introduktion til Abbas Khider https://tidsskrift.dk/passage/article/view/133260 <p>Introduktion til Abbas Khider</p> Adam Paulsen Copyright (c) 2022 Efter 1 år CCBY 2022-07-12 2022-07-12 37 87 9 12 10.7146/pas.v37i87.133260 Europæiske grænser (ud)foldet https://tidsskrift.dk/passage/article/view/133262 <div class="page" title="Page 1"> <div class="section"> <div class="layoutArea"> <div class="column"> <p>Many border-crossings take an extended form where it seems that travelers and mi- grants crossing a national border have not really crossed the border at all. It is as if they have taken the border with them and still exist in bubble-like extension of the territory they come from. They visit or live in another country, but are bordered off from their surroundings by the symbolic boundaries of culture and language, a border which can follow the topographical contours of a diasporic or touristic community or their own bodies. Or they live on these borders they have nominally crossed, in hybrid cultures and ambivalent spaces: they have both crossed and not crossed the border. In both cases, the external border has moved into the territory and become an internal border, either to the territory or the border-crosser’s self. The (il)logic of ext/internal borders may also apply to larger territories. But mul- tinational continental spaces pose their own challenges, since the folding of exter- nal territorial borders onto internal spaces through travel and migration overlays a space which is already divided into nations and, in the European case, the divides between “real Europes” and “other Europes”. The location of the outer border of Europe is unsure: It may only be an outer border in one conception of Europe, and at the same time be an inner European border in another conception of Europe. In this article, I use border poetics to analyze how memories of in/external borders on both national and continental scales are publicly negotiated in the novel <em>Spaltkopf</em> (2008) by Julya Rabinowich, a coming-of-age narrative whose protagonist migrates from Russia to Vienna as a child.</p> </div> </div> </div> </div> Johan Schimanski Copyright (c) 2022 Efter 1 år CCBY 2022-07-12 2022-07-12 37 87 23 34 10.7146/pas.v37i87.133262 Forhandlinger af grænsens rum https://tidsskrift.dk/passage/article/view/133264 <div class="page" title="Page 1"> <div class="section"> <div class="layoutArea"> <div class="column"> <p>This article explores how, and in which ways, the poems “Home” by poet Warsan Shire and “Brev till Europa” by poet Athena Farrokhzad performs an aesthetic critique of contemporary borders by establishing the figures “the home” and “Europe” as imaginary utopian borderscape formations. Through an analysis of the function of the two figures, the article concludes that the poems offer ways to re-imagine bordered spaces as spaces of solidarity.</p> <p>Utopi, Dystopi, Borderscape, Grænseforestillinger, Grænseæstetik</p> </div> </div> </div> </div> Mikkel Nørregaard Jørgensen Copyright (c) 2022 Efter 1 år CCBY 2022-07-12 2022-07-12 37 87 35 48 10.7146/pas.v37i87.133264 Grænseforhandlende æstetik https://tidsskrift.dk/passage/article/view/133266 <div class="page" title="Page 1"> <div class="section"> <div class="layoutArea"> <div class="column"> <p>The article explores the aesthetic and political potential of multilingual literature to describe and transgress borders. During the past 30 years, a new subgenre of transcultural literature has emerged, in which the author’s multilingual biography is mobilized for aesthetic experiments loaded with subversive power. The article refers to case studies from Denmark, Germany and Sweden: Yahya Hassan’s <em>Yahya Hassan</em> (2013) and <em>Yahya Hassan 2</em> (2019), Feridun Zaimoğlu’s <em>Kanak Sprak. 24 Misstöne vom Rande der Gesellschaft</em> (1995), and Jonas Hassen Khemiri’s <em>Ett öga rött</em> (2003). The works are compared in respect to their ability to create voices that manage to break through the wall of the ghetto, interfering with the political dis- course on themes like migration, racism, and social inequality. The focus of the in- vestigation is on Yahya Hassan.</p> </div> </div> </div> </div> Helle Egendal Copyright (c) 2022 Efter 1 år CCBY 2022-07-12 2022-07-12 37 87 49 65 10.7146/pas.v37i87.133266 Drømmen om Europa https://tidsskrift.dk/passage/article/view/133267 <div class="page" title="Page 2"> <div class="layoutArea"> <div class="column"> <p>This article examines the ability of literature and art to uncover, reflect and differentiate important dimensions in the present-day refugee and migrant crisis in and around the Mediterranean. Through an interdisciplinary study, in which theories of comparative literature and the science of religion are used to gain insight into some of the anthropological and metaphysical complications of the border-crossing, the article concludes that the aesthetic flight narratives bring a multifaceted, nuanced contribution to the complicated migrant and refugee crisis.</p> </div> </div> </div> Sofie Axelsen Copyright (c) 2022 Efter 1 år CCBY 2022-07-12 2022-07-12 37 87 67 81 10.7146/pas.v37i87.133267 Idet landet forsvinder https://tidsskrift.dk/passage/article/view/133268 <div class="page" title="Page 2"> <div class="layoutArea"> <div class="column"> <p>In Jenny Erpenbeck’s novel <em>Heimsuchung</em> (2008), the German national border is subject to continual change as the history of the 20th century is played out over the course of 11 main chapters, in which different occupants of a lakeside property move in and out of the narrative. The article examines the national border as struc- turing principle in Erpenbeck’s novel, and the interplay between border, national identity, Heimat and the plight of the refugee.</p> </div> </div> </div> Even Teistung Copyright (c) 2022 Efter 1 år CCBY 2022-07-12 2022-07-12 37 87 83 97 10.7146/pas.v37i87.133268 Asiatisk resignation https://tidsskrift.dk/passage/article/view/133269 <div class="page" title="Page 2"> <div class="layoutArea"> <div class="column"> <p>This article offers a reading of Herman Bang’s Novel <em>De uden Fædreland –</em> (Those Without a Nation–) under the perspective of the so-called “Yellow Peril”, a wide- spread theory at the beginning of the 20th century, which believed that Europe was threatened by a pan-Asian movement. The article claims that Bang’s fear of Asia and of European decline is mixed with a certain sympathy for Buddhism and the idea of resignation.</p> </div> </div> </div> Anders Ehlers Dam Copyright (c) 2022 Efter 1 år CCBY 2022-07-12 2022-07-12 37 87 99 113 10.7146/pas.v37i87.133269 Mindefalskneren https://tidsskrift.dk/passage/article/view/133261 Abbas Khider Copyright (c) 2022 Efter 1 år CCBY 2022-07-12 2022-07-12 37 87 13 21 10.7146/pas.v37i87.133261 157 ting, man ikke må gå glip af i ny dansk litteratur – mindst https://tidsskrift.dk/passage/article/view/133270 <p>Anmeldelse af: Anne-Marie Mai: <em>Litteraturland. En GPS</em>. Kbh.: Hans Reitzel 2022. 463 sider.</p> Per Stounbjerg Copyright (c) 2022 Efter 1 år CCBY 2022-07-12 2022-07-12 37 87 115 118 10.7146/pas.v37i87.133270 Mellem oprør og konformitet. Om uviljen mod at blive voksen i nordisk samtidslitteratur https://tidsskrift.dk/passage/article/view/133271 <p>Anmeldelse af: Camilla Schwartz: <em>Take me to neverland. Voksenfobi og ungdomsdyrkelse i skandinavisk samtidslitteratur</em>. Hellerup: Spring 2021. 265 sider.</p> Sophie Wennerscheid Copyright (c) 2022 Efter 1 år CCBY 2022-07-12 2022-07-12 37 87 118 121 10.7146/pas.v37i87.133271