Workshop: "Dialogical Textures. Theory and the German-Jewish Literary Tradition"
The second workshop in the framework of the Cooperative Research Project Dialogical Textures was dedicated to conjoint readings of texts from the German-Jewish literary tradition. The workshop was designed in the framework of Chavruta, "learning–together", that implies the concentrated joint studying of key-texts of theoretical significance. The task of this workshop was gaining a new theoretical experience of what is tradition, dealing with issues such as textuality and language, the notion of study, sacredness and secularism, the gender-difference and the critique of violence. The goal of the workshop was to define the German-Jewish literary tradition as a field of study and to discuss future research directions.
|12. Oktober 2014|
Galili Shahar/Susanne Zepp
Chair: Stephanie Bung
Walter Benjamin, Zum Planetarium (1928)
Chair: Jan Gerber
Theodor W. Adorno, Thesen über die Sprache des Philosophen (1932)
Chair: Uri Ganani
Arnold Schönberg, Komposition mit zwölf Tönen (1935)
The Future Agenda of the Cooperative Research Project
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