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A new review of “Literary Passports” in Modernism/Modernity

Rachel Harris published a review essay on Literary Passports and other books in Hebrew and Jewish modernism in the Winter 2014 issue of the journal Modernism/Modernity : Rachel Harris: “Modernism/Modernity,”  21:1, January 2014: “Pinsker’s approach thus challenges the premises of epoch-defining critic Gershon Shaked, who has suggested that Hebrew modernism was a movement quashed by its failure to …

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Conference in London, 11–13 May 2014: Hebrew in Europe, 1800 to the present

Conference in London, 11–13 May 2014: Language, Nation, and Modernity – Hebrew in Europe, 1800 to the present A joint King’s-UCL international workshop Shachar Pinsker, University of Michigan “A Hebrew Table at Café Monopol”? The Place of Hebrew in European Modernism     Co-organized by Lily Kahn (UCL) and Andrea Schatz (King’s College London) Academic advisors: Israel Bartal(Hebrew University) and Lewis Glinert (Dartmouth College)