Monday 24 February, 18.30
This lecture will focus on The Writing of Bereavement in Israeli Culture: The Case of David Grossman.
Professor Michael Gluzman is the Head of the Laura Schwartz Kipp Center for Hebrew Literature and Culture at Tel Aviv University. Among his publications are The Politics of Canonicity: Lines of Resistance in Modernist Hebrew Poetry (Stanford 2004), The Zionist Body: Sexuality and Gender in Modern Hebrew Literature (Hebrew, 2007) and The Poetry of the Drowned: The Melancholia of Sovereignty in Hebrew Poetry of the 1950s and 1960s (Hebrew, forthcoming in 2017). He is the founding co-editor of Ot: A Journal of Hebrew Literature and Theory.
Obligatory registration till February 20:
In cooperation between Paideia, Jewish Community in Stockholm and Bajit.