2022 Issue 1

VOLUME XII, NUMBER 1
DISASTER DISCOURSE: REPRESENTATIONS OF CATASTROPHE (I)

(Write it!) Like Disaster: Precarious Futures in North American Poetry
Sascha Pöhlmann (saschanico@web.de)
University of Innsbruck; Austria.
doi: 10.31178/UBR.12.1.1

Ethical Dilemmas of Trauma Representation; Considering Art Spiegelman as a Liminal Mediator
Maya Gal (mayagal727@gmail.com)
University of British Columbia; Canada.
doi: 10.31178/UBR.12.1.2

How to narrate urbicides? Lidija Ginzburg’s and Miron Białoszewski’s portrayals of urban destruction
Anna Seidel (seidelax@hu-berlin.de)
Humboldt-Universität; Germany.
doi: 10.31178/UBR.12.1.3

A Subverted Eden, López Velarde’s Jerez: A Past, and Present, Disaster
Luis Juan Solís Carrillo and Alma Leticia Ferado García (luisjuanajones@yahoo.com)
Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México (UAEMEX); Mexico.
doi: 10.31178/UBR.12.1.4

“Beyond the Threshold of War, There Seemed to Be No Reality and No Past”:  Third Generation Jewish American Writers and the Inherited Memory of the Holocaust
Laura Gimeno-Pahissa (laura.gimenopahissa@fulbrightmail.org)
Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona; Spain.
doi: 10.31178/UBR.12.1.5

Death as Disaster: Andy Warhol’s Aesthetics of Catastrophe
Ileana Botescu-Sirețeanu (ileana_si@yahoo.com)
Transylvania University of Brașov; Romania.
doi: 10.31178/UBR.12.1.6

Partial Cognizance and Delayed Inscription in Edgar Allan Poe’s Discourse of Trauma
Daniela Cârstea (daniela.carstea@lls.unibuc.ro)
University of Bucharest; Romania.
doi: 10.31178/UBR.12.1.7

War as Disaster in the Novels of Ismail Kadare
Soham Mukherjee; Madhumita Roy (soham.rs2019@hss.iiests.ac.in)
Department of Humanities and Social Sciences; IIEST, Shibpur, India.
doi: 10.31178/UBR.12.1.8