German literature and Critical Thought - inizio corsi EAAS : Reading and Translating Paul Celan in(to) English 17 marzo con la Visiting professor Christine Invanovic

Reading and Translating Paul Celan in(to) English. Christine Ivanovic
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 where Prof. Ivanovic  will upload all the working materials in PDF format.
AULA C VETRERIE SCIARRA, THURSDAY 13-15 // 15-17 
COURSE START: 17.3.2022
Calendar and Syllabus:
17.3. Lawrence Langer: The Holocaust and the Literary Imagination (1975); On Translating Celan’s Death Fugue (from Clement Greenberg [1955] to Pierre Joris [2013])
 
24.3. Henry Pickford: Philosophical Analyses of Holocaust Art/ On Paul Celan’s Aesthetic-Historical Materialism (2012)
 
[31.3. no class; Conference]
 
7.4. Marjorie Perloff: „Sound Scraps Vision Scraps. Paul Celan’s Poetic Practice“ (2016)
 
14.4. Michael Levine: A Weak Messianic Power (2014) [on Celan, Büchner, Derrida, Kafka]
 
21.4. John Felstiner: Poet, Survivor, Jew; Translating Celan’s Last Poem [Rebleute]
 
28.4. Pierre Joris: „Celan/ Heidegger: Translation at the Mountain of Death“ (1999); Charles Bernstein: „Celan’s folds and veils“ (2004) [Todtnauberg]
 
5.5. George Steiner: After Babel/ „A Terrible Exactness“/ The Idea of Europe/ The Poetry of Thought [Das gedunkelte; In den Flüssen]
 
22.5. Anne Carson: Economy of the Unlost. Princeton UP 1999
 
19.5. Homage to Paul Celan [by American Poets/Writers/Translators] Edited by G.C.Waldrep and Ilya Kaminsky (2012)
 
26.5. Rosemarie Waldrop translates Celan’s Collected Prose (1986) and Walks with Paul Celan by Jean Daive (2020)
 
Basic Books:
Paul Celan: Selections. Edited and with an introduction by Pierre Joris. UC California Press 2005
Paul Celan: Collected Prose. Translated with an introduction by Rosemarie Waldrop. Manchester: Carcanet Press [1986] New edition 2003
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Data inizio: 
Domenica, 13 Febbraio, 2022
Data fine: 
Martedì, 13 Settembre, 2022

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