30 June 2013, 15:30
Eshkolot Project and Department of Hebrew Literature of the Hebrew University (Jerusalem, Israel) offer a series of free public lectures on Odessa Jewish authors by leading Israeli scholars.
The lectures will take place at the Odessa Museum of Literature (2 Lanzheronovskaya St.)
27 June (Thursday), 15.30
PROF. AMINADAV DYKMAN “SHAUL TCHERNICHOVSKY: POET AND TRANSLATOR”
28 June (Friday), 10.30
PROF. ARIEL HIRSCHFELD “BIALIK: BETWEEN ROMANTICISM AND ANTI-ROMANTICISM”
28 June (Friday), 15.00
PROF. ROMAN TIMENCHIK “EZRA ZUSSMAN: BETWEEN TWO WORLDS”
29 June (Saturday), 18.00
PROF. ARIEL HIRSCHFELD “ODESSA HISTORICAL SOCIETY AND BIALIK’S BE-IR HA-HAREGA”
30 June (Sunday), 12.30
PROF. AMINADAV DYKMAN “BOOKS, SCHOLARS, AND MEMOIRS IN ODESSA”
AUDIO RECORDINGS OF THE LECTURES
Prof. Ariel Hirschfeld on Bialik's "In the City of Slaughter" (in Hebrew), mp3
Prof. Ariel Hirschfeld on Bialik's Romanticism and Anti-Romanticism (in Hebrew), mp3
The lecture series is part of the Eshkolot's Festival of Jewish Texts and Ideas.
THE ESHKOLOT FESTIVALS ARE SUPPORTED BY THE GENESIS PHILANTHROPY GROUP, THE ROTHSCHILD FOUNDATION (HANADIV) EUROPE, CAF AND THE AVI CHAI FOUNDATION.