Проект-работилница: Колонијалните и постколонијалните дискурси во Робинзон Крусо од Д. Дефо, во Гуливеровите патувања од Џ. Свифт и во Игра на тронови од Р. Р. Мартин 10.11.2023


Соња Витанова-Стрезова
Тамара Јолевска-Попов
Анастасија Анѓеловска
Јана Христовска


This article under the title “Project Workshop: Colonial and Postcolonial Discourses in D. Defoe’s Robinson Crusoe, J. Swift’s Gulliver’s Travels and R. R. Martin’s A Game of Thrones” overviews the project workshop which was realized at “Blaze Koneski” Faculty of Philology in Skopje, on 10.11. 2023. Prof. Vitanova-Strezova was the project workshop coordinator and mentor of the students. It was realized by Anastasija Angelovska and Jana Hristovska, second-year students at the Department of English Language and Literature, as well as by Jolevska-Popov, MA. Aleksandra Trajcevska, second-year student at the Department of English Language and Literature, was the moderator. Prof. Dr. Vitanova-Strezova held the event introduction speech. Angelovska presented her paper under the title “Colonial Discourse in D. Defoe’s Robinson Crusoe”. Hristovska gave a speech entitled “Colonial Discourse of the Anti-Colonial Colonizer”. Jolevska-Popov, MA gave a speech under the title “Postcolonial Discourse in A Game of Thrones”. The goal of this project workshop was to help students identify and study colonial discourses, focusing on Robinson Crusoe and Gulliver’s Travels, the novels studied within Prof. Dr. Vitanova-Strezova’s course,18th and 19th Century English Novel, but also to broaden their knowledge of the topic in the different postcolonial context of A Game of Thrones. The presentations incited interesting discussion among the student and the colleagues.


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