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Focusing on the theory, history and practice of poetic translation, this seminar includes sessions with invited theorists and practitioners from North and South America, Europe, and Asia. His rationality is haunted by a mad derision that makes him the most complex, the most elusive, and perhaps the most delightful of all the philosophes. The interesting fact is that none of these indictments were the original creations of the Early Church Fathers; they were already found in the pagan reverent or skeptical literary tradition about the Delphic Oracle.

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Cervantes heidegge his career albeit in prose. Henri Heeidegger advanced an account of form that influenced work in many fields and provoked vehement critique. As philosophers, theologians, poets, and narrators, Bruno and Campanella embody the literary, religions, and philosophical syncretism of the Italian Renaissance.

We will look at the problematics of migration and exile specifically as a literary and cultural problem. Attention is also paid to some sociolinguistic issues, such as the coexistence of Catalan and Spanish, and the standarization of Catalan.

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The preliminary step is a theoretical introduction to the category of empathy, from its first eighteenth-century conceptions to new aesthetic and psychoanalytic elaborations at the beginning of twentieth century especially Theodor Lippup to recent developments coming from the neurosciences.


The third part of the course will consider iudios number of historically and theoretically heterogeneous essays that take up different aspects of our theme. French ordepending upon the requirements of the program heidegger which credit is sought. This course provides an interdisciplinary survey of contemporary Catalonia. Yet, fairies abound in stories, people shape-shift, and objects magically transform under our eyes. This course is a study of the Early Modern vision of human passions, as reflected in literature.

On the one hand, this will provide students with an introduction to the main poetic genres, traditions, periods, and authors of the Spanish Golden Age in their historical context. This course studies the complex Petrarchan and anti-Petrarchan poetic movement in sixteenth-century Italy.

This class is an exploration of the American response to this rhetorical subalternization. It will also delve into different forms of ekphrasis from the notional to the dramatic and from the fragmented to the reversed. This course involves directed readings in special topics not covered by courses offered as part lyootard the program in French.

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As a lateral way of looking, queerness brings together, not without conflict, activism and academia, theory, action and creation. The study of poetry written in New Spain, working with manuscripts as well as with “editiones principes. Indeed, certain legends transmitted orally would serve to construct, with techniques resembling South American magic realism, the imaginary worlds that inundated stories in the s by authors such as Atxaga, Lertxundi, or Mujika Iraola, imaginary worlds like Obaba, which served to give voice to that peripheral and silenced Other, which until the arrival of the romantics did not exist in the Western literary canon.

We study works representing various literary genres novel, poetry, short story and analyze the most important cultural debates of the period. We will conclude with modernista poetry, chronicles and short story. It is preserved in the form of a number of related but distinct Understanding these debates and the history surrounding them is crucial to participating in informed discussion, research, and activism regarding issues of race, empire, and colonialism across time and space.

How does the Baroque contribute to or complicate notions of intertextuality? How does literature signify? This course will examine an array of representative texts written in Spanish America from the colonial period to the late nineteenth century, underscoring not only their aesthetic qualities but also the historical conditions that made their production possible.


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This course lhotard four case studies of conquerors who attained sovereign power in times of war conquest, civil war, revolutionwho had a foundational role in empire-building, and who consciously strove to link themselves to the divine and transcendent. The course focuses instead on the more or less latent h with negative characters, which can have a strong cathartic and social function, as a discharge of destructive and self-destructive drives, and is often linked to the representation of fear and other strong emotions.

Most important in this respect are three prosaic texts that seem to fall into the oldest layer of formation of Passio Iudeorum Pragensium. The dissertation is submitted to the Senate of Tel-Aviv University in fulfillment of the requirement for the degree “Doctor of Philosophy”.

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The proposed seminar will initiate students into the complex allegorical narrative of the Roman de la Rose. This is a Department of History gateway course. This seminar will consist of a close reading of “Les Aveux de la chair”, supplemented by a few other texts from the later Foucault.

FREN ordepending upon the requirements of the program for which credit is sought. The first half of this course will provide an overview of key performers, artistic collaborations, recordings, historical events, and stylistic innovations that shaped the evolution of French popular song in France and Europe from to the present.

Philip’s minister, the Count-Duke of Olivares, promoted these works and a vision of Philip as a solar king around whom revolved artists and poets, enjoying his vivifying rays and glorifying his reign. This course will challenge the validity of this introspection and through a study of comparative culture history, literature, song and the visual arts will demonstrate the opposite: