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Convegno internazionale

Philip Roth between past and future: Literature, history and ethics

 

Auditorium Santa Margherita Dorsoduro 3689, 30123 Venezia. Thursday, Feb 16th – Friday, Feb 17th.

Dipartimento di Studi Linguistici e Culturali Comparati, Philip Roth Society, The Venice Center for International Jewish Studies

Thursday, Feb 16th beginning at 14:00

HISTORY  

Victoria Aarons (Trinity University, San Antonio) - ‘There’s no remaking reality’: Roth’s Nemesis and the Perils of History

Andrew Gordon (University of Florida) - Alternate Jewish History:  The Plot Against America

Mark Shechner (University at Buffalo) - Serious About History: Roth’s Prague Moment

Michael Kimmage (The Catholic University of America Washington) - In History’s Grip: Philip Roth's Newark Trilogy

ETHICS

Rémi Astruc (University of Cergy-Pontoise) - Philip Roth’s Ethic Carnival

Miriam Jaffe Foger (Rutgers University) - Philip Roth: Death and Celebrity

Leona Toker (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem) - The Ending of The Plot Against America: Between Dystopia and Allohistory

Till Kinzel (Technische Universität Braunschweig) - Philip Roth, Intertextuality, and the Complexities of Cultural Memory

Friday, Feb 17th beginning at 9:30

FROM TRANSLATION TO INTERPRETATION

Velichka Ivanova (University Paris 3 – Sorbonne Nouvelle) - When The Professor of Desire Looks at His French Reflection

Gustavo Sánchez Canales (Autónoma University of Madrid) - ‘Lectura para personas de amplio criterio’: A Comparative Study of Different Translations of Philip Roth’s 1970s novels

Pia Masiero (Università di Venezia) - The Difference in One Word. But Who Cares?

Jerzy Jarniewicz (University of Lodz) - Writer, Lover, Translator. The Art of Ventriloquism in Philip Roth's Deception

LITERATURE

Debra Shostak (Wooster College) - “Lateness”

David Brauner (University of Reading) - Queering Philip Roth: Homosocial Desire in the American Trilogy

Hana Wirth-Nesher (Tel Aviv University) - The Writing on the Wall: Philip Roth and Jewish Letters

Ira Nadel (University of British Columbia) - The Fate of Sex or Philip Roth’s Late Style

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