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Revenge: Fantasy and Self Determination in Jewish Discourse

Dr. Max Czollek, Introduced by Professor Jon Cho-Polizzi
Tuesday, September 20, 2022
5:00-7:00 PM
2435 North Quad Map
Dr. Max Czollek studied Political Science at the Free University of Berlin and received his PhD at the Center for Research on Antisemitism at the Technical University of Berlin. Czollek is the curator of numerous events and festivals on contemporary Jewish culture, including the current exhibition Rache: Geschichte und Fantasie [Revenge: History and Fantasy], on display from March through the beginning of October at the Jewish Museum Frankfurt. He is also co-editor for the magazine Jalta—Positionen zur jüdischen Gegenwart [Yalta—Positions on the Jewish Contemporary]. In addition to Desintegriert Euch! (Hanser, 2018)—De-Integrate! A Jewish Survival Guide for the 21st Century (Restless Books, Jan 2023) and Gegenwartsbewältigung [Overcoming the Present] (Hanser, 2020), he is the author of three volumes of poetry published by Verlagshaus Berlin: Druckkammern (2012), Jubeljahre (2015), and Grenzwerte (2019). A third volume of non-fiction will be published by Hanser in early 2023. Czollek lives and writes in Berlin.
Building: North Quad
Event Type: Lecture / Discussion
Tags: Film, German, History, Jewish Studies
Source: Happening @ Michigan from Germanic Languages & Literatures