Our Pelin Kivrak has won a national fiction award in Turkey with her first book manuscript. The 2017 Yaşar Nabi Nayır Short Story Award is annually given to an unpublished book by a young writer. The book’s title is “There is Possibility in Nothingness”, and it will be released by the end of this calendar year. Congratulations, Pelin!
Dearest Mary Jane,
My warmest congratulations on your 45th anniversary at Yale! Words cannot express how grateful and honored I am to be working with you. Your experience, wisdom, and genuine care makes everything else possible in the department. All of us, and Yale as an institution, are so lucky to have you.
Yale University’s Program of Judaic Studies and the Department of Comparative Literature Present the
Yale Annual Seminar on Modern Hebrew Literature and Jewish Literatures
MIGRATION AND IMMIGRATION
IN MODERN HEBREW LITERATURE AND JEWISH LITERATURES
WEDNESDAY, MAY 10
10:30 am Professor Chana Kronfeld, UC Berkeley Keynote: Migration and Immigration in Modern Hebrew Literature
1:00 pm Professor Adam Rovner, University of Denver American Jewish Literature
3:30 pm ...
Yale Comparative Literature Open Forum presents:
Prof. Marc Caplan (Judaic Studies)
“An Overture to Modernism: Georg Büchner, Karl-Emil Franzos, and the Evolution of Alban Berg’s Wozzeck.”
This lecture will discuss the textual history of Georg Büchner’s posthumous dramatic fragment Woyzeck, from its first publication in the 1870s, forty years after Büchner’s death, to its theatrical debut just before World War I, to its transformation into Alban Berg’s first opera, ...
THE DEPARTMENT OF COMPARATIVE LITERATURE PRESENTS
Andrew B. Hammond Professor of French and Comparative Literature
“In Praise of Depth: or, How I Stopped Worrying and Learned to Love the Hidden”
Monday, March 27, 5 pm
The Comparative Literature Library
Old Campus, Bingham Hall
Reception to Follow