Gastwissenschaftler 2014

 

Hilla Lavie (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel)

German-Israeli Relations and the German Cinema

1. Mai bis 31. Juli 2014

 

Birgit Schäbler (Universität Erfurt)

Zivilisation(en) im Diskurs, Modernität(en) im Disput: Europa und die arabisch-islamische Welt in der Auseinandersetzung um die Moderne

1. bis 31. Mai 2014

 

Jason Dawsey (University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, Mass., USA)

The Limits of the Human in the Age of Technological Revolution. Günther Anders, Post-Marxism, and the Emergence of Technology Critique

1. bis 30. Juni 2014 

 

Karen Auerbach (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, N. C., USA)

Language, Community, and National Belonging. Jewish Publishers and the Polish Book in the Nineteenth Century

1. bis 31. Juli 2014

 

Natasha Gordinsky (University of Haifa, Israel)

Learning the Mother Tongue. Native Speakers in Jewish Literatures

1. bis 31. Juli 2014

 

Dimitry Shumsky (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel)

Beyond the »Myth of Deportation.« Stalinism and the Soviet »Jewish Question« Reconsidered

1. bis 31. Juli 2014

 

Yaakov Ariel (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, N. C., USA)

Conversions and De-Conversions during the Holocaust Era

1. bis 31. August 2014

 

Sven-Erik Rose (University of California, Davis, Calif., USA)

The Holocaust and the Archive from the Cold War to Postmemory

1. bis 31. August 2014

 

Gal Hertz (Tel Aviv University, Israel)

Der Spiegelmentsch between Jewish Identity and Mimesis: Kraus and Werfel

1. September bis 31. Oktober 2014