International Conference on the reception of Hebrew Literature in Europe and the USA

Dal 14 al 16 marzo 2011

International Conference on the reception of Hebrew Literature in Europe and the USA

Il programma:

 

MONDAY, MARCH 14

 

5:00PM

 

Opening Remarks by Alide Cagidemetrio, Dean of the Faculty, and Tiziana Lippiello, Head of the Department

 

David Grossman in conversation with Vered Karti Shemtov

 

7:00PM

 

Reception dinner for participants and partners

 

TUESDAY, MARCH 15

 

David Grossman and the reception of Hebrew literature in Europe

 

9:00- 10:00AM

 

“To the End of the Land” in Israeli Scholarship

 

Moderator: Emanuela Trevisan Semi, Ca’Foscari University, Venice

 

Avi Lipsker: Talking and Writing \ Or Why David Grossman is a Vegetarian?

 

Uri Cohen: Captives, Defectors and Lovers: To the End of Hebrew Figures of War and Beyond

 

Amir Eshel: “I am doing this for you”: David Grossman’s To the End of the Land and the Imperative of Action

 

10:15-10:30AM Break

 

10:30AM-12:00PM

 

David Grossman in Italian and Japanese Scholarship

 

Moderator: Nancy Ruttenburg, Stanford University

 

Elisa Carandina: Rewriting of the Samson Myth

 

Kazue Hosoda: The Reception and Translation of David Grossman and Hebrew Literature in Japan

 

12:00PM Lunch

 

1:00-3:00PM

 

“To the End of the Land”: Translators Roundtable

 

Moderator: Vered Karti Shemtov, Stanford University

 

with:

 

Anne Birkenhauer (German)

 

Jessica Cohen (English)

 

Ana Maria Bejarano (Spanish)

 

Ruben Verhasselt (Dutch)

 

Alessandra Shomroni (Italian)

 

3:00-3:20PM Break

 

3:20-5:30PM

 

The Reception of Grossman and of Hebrew Literature in Europe – A Publisher’s Roundtable

 

Moderator: Steve Zipperstein, Stanford University

 

Anne Freyer, Le Seuil, France

 

Michael Krüger, Hanser Verlag, Germany

 

Silvia Querini, Lumen, Spain

 

Eva Cossee, Cossee Publishers, Netherlands

 

Luigi Sponzilli, Mondadori, Italy

 

Dan Franklin, Random House, UK

 

7:00PM Dinner

 

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16

 

Contemporary Hebrew Literature today in Israel, Europe and the US

 

9:00- 10:00AM

 

The Reception of Contemporary Hebrew Literature in Europe

 

Moderator: Amir Eshel, Stanford University

 

Gisèle Sapiro: Modern Hebrew Literature in the World Market of Translation. “Viewed From Its Reception in France.”

 

Masha Itzhaki: Literature, Politics and Translation: the Israeli narrative in France. “To the End of the Land” in Israeli scholarship (in English)

 

10:00-10:15AM Break

 

10:15AM-12:00PM

 

New Leading Voices in Hebrew Literature Today (Italian Perspective)

 

Moderator: Noam Pines, Stanford University

 

Emanuela Trevisan Semi: Sami Berdugo and the end of auto-censorship by Mizrahi writers

 

Dario Miccoli on Missing Pictures: Ronit Matalon and the literary history of Egyptian Jews

 

Stefano Zolli and Davide Mano “Tanin Pigu’a of Assaf Gavron: how to tell the two voices of the conflict”.

 

12:00-12:45PM Lunch

 

1:00-3:00PM

 

Leading Voices in Hebrew Literature and their Reception in Europe Roundtable/Open Conversation:

 

Moderator: Chana Kronfeld, UC Berkeley

 

Yigal Schwartz

 

Chana Kronfeld

 

Uri Cohen

 

Reading: Maya Arad, Stanford Writer in Residence

 

3:00PM

 

Afternoon visit to the Jewish ghetto in Venice:

 

The Venice Center for International Jewish Studies invites you to an English-language guided tour of the Ghetto and synagogues of Venice and a meeting with the local Jewish community

Scheda Evento

Location:
Auditorium Santa Margherita, Campo Santa Margherita 3689 - VENEZIA