Relikti in rituali: kanonizacija kulturnih »svetnikov« z družbene perspektive

Jón Karl Helgason

Povzetek

Razprava izhaja iz Even-Zoharjevega razlikovanja med kulturo v smislu kulture-kot-dobrine in kulture-kot-orodja ter obravnava družbeno vlogo evropskih kulturnih svetnikov na podlagi primerov treh literarnih ustvarjalcev iz 19. stoletja: Slovenca Franceta Prešerna, Danca Hansa Christiana Andersena in Islandca Jónasa Hallgrímssona. Po eni strani preučuje načine, kako so poznejše generacije obravnavale različne preostanke njihovih življenj v smislu reliktov, po drugi strani pa zasleduje procese, v katerih so ti relikti postajali vir družbenih ritualov. V tem smislu skuša pojasniti dvojno politično funkcijo, ki jo imajo evropski kulturni svetniki v kontekstu kulturnega nacionalizma: bodisi kot vir za proizvajanje različnih kulturnih dobrin (goods), kot so na primer kipi in muzeji, ali pa kot orodja (tools) za organiziranje prostora, časa in idej znotraj nacionalnih držav.

Ključne besede

nacionalni literarni kanon; slovenska književnost; islandska književnost; danska književnost; nacionalni pesniki; Prešeren, France; Halgrímsson, Jónas; Andersen, Hans Christian; primerjalne študije

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