Jewish Studies Workshop, Winter 2021
January 19 | Adriana Jacobs, Associate Professor of Modern Hebrew Literature, University of Oxford: “Translation and Catastrophe: Hezy Leskly’s ‘Zombie Memories'” 5:30 PM CST (Zoom).
February 1 | Matthew Johnson, PhD Candidate, Germanic Studies, University of Chicago: “Glikl’s Circulation: Philology, Gender, and Translation” 2:00 PM CST (Zoom).
February 15 | David Barak-Gorodetsky, Visiting Fellow, Divinity School, University of Chicago: “Judah Magnes: The Prophetic Politics of a Religious Binationalist” 5:30 PM CST (Zoom).
March 1 | Samuel Catlin, PhD Candidate, Divinity School and Comparative Literature, University of Chicago: “No Sin to Limp: Geoffrey Hartman and the Question of Secular Criticism” 5:30 PM CST (Zoom).
March 15 | Kirsten Collins, PhD Student, Divinity School, University of Chicago: “Examining the Witness: Race and Judaism in the French Philosophical Imaginary” 5:30 PM CST (Zoom).
For a continuously updated calendar of events related to Jewish Studies at the University of Chicago, please consult the calendar of Greenberg Center for Jewish Studies.