International Comparative Literature Association (ICLA)
Association internationale de littérature comparée (AILC)
1954-09 Oxford UK
Founded at congress of A-XA1831 - International Federation for Modern Languages and Literatures, Sep 1954, Oxford (UK).
Statutes adopted during General Assembly, 28 Sep 1955, Venice (Italy); modified: 5 Sep 1964, Fribourg (Switzerland); 5 Sep 1970, Bordeaux (France); 20 Aug 1979, Innsbruck (Austria); 28 Aug 1982, New York NY (USA); 20 Aug 1985, Paris (France); 1997, Leiden (Netherlands); 2016, Vienna (Austria); 28 July 2022, Tbilisi (Georgia).
Sponsor research in comparative literature with the goal of furthering international exchange and cooperation among comparatists.
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