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Saturday, 23 Sep 2017

Events Archive 2005-2006 PDF Print E-mail

Each year, the Department of English and American Studies organizes and sponsors guest lectures, conferences, symposia, readings, and other events, open to the TAU community and to the public at large.

Below is an archive of events from the academic year 2005 - 2006. Please check the Events page for updated information on forthcoming events.

2005-2006 >>

SYMPOSIUM
Marking the publication of Call It English, by Hana Wirth Nesher (Princeton University Press)

SYMPOSIUM
Marking the publication of Inexpressible Privacy: The Interior Life of Antebellum American Literature, by Milette Shamir (University of Pennsylvania Press)

SYMPOSIUM
Cultural Pilgrimages: Beyond Multiculturalism?

Annual Awards Ceremony in Memory of Nadav Vardi
Lecture: "Uncle Tom's Cabin Without Tears: Harriet Beecher Stowe at the World's Columbian Exposition, 1893"

Professor Barbara Hochman, English Department,Ben Gurion University

The Annual Lecture in Memory of Sheila and Yossi Carmel
Lecture: "Avoiding the Mirror: Reflections on Caribbean Women's Writing"

Jamaica Kincaid, Harvard University

Award Ceremony in Memory of Talma Yzraely
Lecture: "Reasonableness and Domestic Fiction"
Dr. Amit Yahav-Brown, University of Haifa

M.L. Liebler 
"Nationally and Internationally known and widely traveled populist poet, performance poet, workshop facilitator and arts activist."


The Yael Levin Writer in Residence Program
Guest author: Amitav Ghosh
Lectures: 
"Wild Fictions: Narratives of Nature and the Politics of Forests."
"The Greatest Sorrow: Times of Joy Recalled in Wretchedness."