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Saturday, 23 Sep 2017

Events Archive 2009-2010 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 2009 - 2010. Please check the Events page for updated information on forthcoming events.

<< 2009-2010 >>

Prof. Jonathan Kramnick, Rutgers University, "Problems of Literary Consciousness," Chair: Dr. Elana Gomel. Thursday, 27 May, 4-6 PM, Rosenberg 01.

Nadav Vardi Memorial Lecture, Prof. Marilyn Reizbaum, Bowdoin college, "Urban Legend: Blood Libel in Irish Literature," Sunday, 16 May, 4 PM, Gilman 496 

Annual Lecture in memory of Sheila and Yossie Carmel, Prof. John Carey, Oxford University, law School.
Thursday, 6 May, 5 PM, Hoffein Hall

Prof. Marcus Coelen, Ludwig-Maximilian University, Munich (our guest for the semester, co-hosted with the French and Literature Departments) - "Blanchot and Psychoanalysis"
Thursday, 15 April, 4 PM

Symposium, The Symptom in Psychoanalysis and the Humanities, co-hosted with the Lacanian Network, under the auspices of the Department of Psychoanalysis, University of Paris-8
Wednesday, 24 March, 10-15 PM

Prof. Marc Fumaroli, Academie Francaise, 
"Literature and National Identity," co-hosted with the Departments of French, Literature, Philosophy, and History,
Tuesday, 16 March, 4 PM, Gilman 144

Michael Cunnigham, Yael Levin Writer-in-Residence, public lecture and reading, 
Monday, 15 March, 4 PM, Webb 001 

Talma Yzraeli memorial lecture, Prof. Anne Pasternak-Slater, Oxford University, "The Iconic in English Renaissance Literature, Especially Shakespeare," 
11 March,  4 PM, Gilman 496   

Crisis and Turmoil at the New York Times
Prof. Daniel Schwarz, Frederic J. Whiton Professor of English Literature & Stephen H. Weiss Presidential Fellow of Cornell University.

Thursday, December 31 2009, 4-6 p.m. Gilman Building Room 496