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Two new books edited by Professor Rochelle Tobias

Two new books edited by Professor Rochelle Tobias

Rochelle Tobias has two books just out or forthcoming: Phenomenology to the Letter: Husserl and Literature (De Gruyter) Hölderlin’s Philosophy of Nature (Edinburgh University Press)


Congratulations to Jason Yonover

Congratulations to Jason Yonover, winner of the 2020 David Baumgardt Memorial Fellowship of the American Philosophical Association.


Aesthetic Theories in Yiddish Conference, Nov 11. – Nov. 12

Aesthetic Theories in Yiddish Conference, Nov 11. – Nov. 12

The Leonard and Helen R. Stulman Jewish Studies Program presents the 15th Lavy Colloquium: Aesthetic Theories in Yiddish Nov 11. – Nov. 12. All sessions will take place at the […]

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