The 2nd Annual Lecture on Exile in Comparative Literature and the Arts, 20-23 June, Constanta, Romania – ALECLA 2019



Czech Republic






Conference Proceedings

Over the Green Divide by Ute Carson

Tuwgan Tíl by Abdulla Tukay

Native Language by Abdulla Tukay, The Anthem of the Tatar People

Keynote Speaches

  • Interethnic Relations in the Years of Independence by Prof. Dr. Kurmanbek Kyyanovich Abdyldaev, Rector of Issyk-Kul State University K. Tynystanov, Karakol, Kyrgyzstan (Эгемендик жылдардагы улут аралык мамилелер)
  • Two Types of Polyfunctionality (and their Relevance for Endangered Languages) by Senior Lecturer Dr. Alan Reed Libert, University of Newcastle, Australia

Research Papers

  • The Last Farewell from the Exile: Resistance and twilight in Ovid's heroic poetry by Donato Gagliastro, Department of Greek and Latin Studies, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic
  • The Unofficial Anthem of the Tatar People "Tugan tel" as a Reflection of Historical Memory by Rezeda Khurmatullina, PhD, Kazan Federal University, Kazan, Russia
  • The Philosophical Concept of God’s Essence in the Theology of Hugo Ripilinus by Mohamed Ahmed Suleiman Ahmed, PhD, Faculty of Arts, Beni Suef University, Egypt
  • Mircea Eliade: A pilgrim in search of the sacred by Anastasia Dumitru, PhD, Independent Researcher, Constanța, Romania (Mircea Eliade – un pelerin în căutarea sacrului)
  • Dimitrie Cantemir in Exile by Alexandra Flora Munteanu, Independent researcher, Constanta, Romania (Dimitrie Cantemir și exilul)
  • Lili(ana) Filișan: The Creator of Walls (The Second Coming) by Professor Nuredin Ibram, PhD, Independent researcher, Constanta, Romania (Lili(ana) Filișan: Întemeietorul de ziduri (a doua venire a apocalipsei))

The Ancient City of Tomis: The Universal Epicenter of Exile in Literature