Parcours Judaïques n°11

Publié le 7 mars 2018 Mis à jour le 9 mars 2018

Thinking and Imaging Existence (2011)

Table of Contents

  • Avron Kulak, York University, Toronto, Canada, "Nietzsche, the Bible, and the Memory of Modernity"
  • Sophie Soccard, Université du Maine, "Locke and the Jews : remembering the Christan reading of Jewish Prophecies"
  • Brayton Polka, York University, Toronto, Canada, "The Work of Memory in Donne’s Two Anniversary Poems, Remembering Biblical Authority"
  • Amalia Rechtman, New York, USA, "Primo Levi: Memory, Testimony and Literature"
  • Marc Chémali, Université Paris Ouest, Nanterre, France, "The Sacred in Lord of the Rings"
  • Danièle Kahn-Paycha, Université Paris-Ouest-Nanterre, "Fiction as the Afterlife of Memory"
  • Iona Dureau, Université Jean Monnet, Saint-Etienne, France, "Nostalgia for the perfect art: synesthesia as the quest of numerous artists since the Renaissance"
  • Mark Whale, PhD., "Recalling the sounds, remembering the music: theme and variation form in Beethoven’s String Quartet, Opus 131"
  • Harry Rand, Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC, USA, "Spontaneity's Passion and The Afterlife of a Societal Memory : When Two Murders are Better Than One"
  • Rui Pimenta, "Image of Creation - Between the Cellular and the Celestial"
  • Manel Grati, Université Paris Ouest-Nanterre, "Post Colonial Literature: Remembering and the Creation of Narrative Identity"
  • Margo S. Gewurtz, York University, Toronto, Canada, "Translating Memory Practices: A Yad Vashem for China’s Cultural Revolution ?"
  • Lee Danes, York University, Toronto, Canada, "The Divine and Human Image in Augustine’s Confessions: The Creation of Interiority “[God] you yourself are the common good of all” (Augustine’s Confessions III.8.66)"
  • Laura Wiseman, York University, Toronto, Canada, "Summoning Memory and Deliberate Forgetting: Zikkaron tamim by Dahlia Ravikovitch"
  • Terri Kulak, York University, Toronto, Canada, "The Practice of Ontology and Aesthetics, A Study of Walt Whitman’s Song of Myself"
  • Jean-François Moisan, Université Paris Ouest-Nanterre, "Loyalties de John Galsworthy, Une pièce singulière aux ramifications plurielles"
  • Danièle Kahn-Paycha, Université Paris Ouest-Nanterre, "Everyman : A pilgrim’s regress"
  • Amalia Rechtman, New York, "Philip Roth, Operation Shylock – a Confession: The theme of Diasporism by the author (singular) through multiple Roths (plural)"
  • Gloria Cigman, University of Warwick, "Mirrored Reflections in Arthur Miller's Broken Glass"
  • Iona Dureau, Université Jean Monnet, "Dr Lopez: singulier/pluriel"
  • Arlette Sancery, Paris-Sorbonne, "Mona in the Promised Land by Gish Jen (1996)"
  • Danièle Kahn-Paycha, Université Paris Ouest, Nanterre, Philip Roth, "Plural Characters and singular voice"

Mis à jour le 09 mars 2018