Writing Beyond the Homeland:

Intellectual Pilgrimages and Trans/National Identification in Comparative Perspective


21 June 2018, 9:30 - 19:30 
Tel Aviv University, Gilman 496 
Writing Beyond the Homeland:

9:30  Gathering

9:45  Greetings and announcement of the 2018
Tzvi Medin Prize winner for an outstanding M.A. student
in Latin American history

10:00 – 11:45

Moderator: Iris Rachamimov (Tel Aviv University)

Mark Frost (University of Essex), The Empire Debate:
Patriotism and Universalism in Britain's Asian Empire, 1880-1920

Lina Barouch (DLA Marbach/Hebrew University of Jerusalem), Heteroglossia and the Splitting of the Authorial Voice: German-Jewish Literature in British Mandate Palestine

11:45 – 12:15  Coffee Break

12:15 – 14:00

Moderator: Oded Rabinovitch (Tel Aviv University)

Ori Sela (Tel Aviv University), Pan-Asianism, Nationalism, and the Discourse of Civilization: Chinese, Japanese, and Indian Intellectuals in the Early 20th century

Mark Gamsa (Tel Aviv University), Three Foreign Patriots of China, 1900s to 1920s


15:30 – 17:15

Moderator: Gerardo Leibner (Tel Aviv University)

Michael Goebel (Free University of Berlin), Forging a Proto-Third World? Latin Americans and the League against Imperialism

Ori Preuss (Tel Aviv University), “Repertorio Americano”: Toward a New Geography of Latin American Intellectual Life, 1820s-1920s


17:15 – 17:45  Coffee Break

17:45 – 18:30

Moderator: Mark Gamsa (Tel Aviv University)

Vera Kaplan (Tel Aviv University), “Russia Abroad” and Its Historians

18:30 – 19:30

Concluding Round Table: Writing Beyond the Homeland

Opening comments: Israel Gershoni (Tel Aviv University) 

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