Parcours Judaïques n°13

Publié le 7 mars 2018 Mis à jour le 9 mars 2018

Twice Told Tales - Truth, Fiction and Authority (2015)

Table of contents

  • Danièle Kahn-Paycha, Préface 
  • Brayton Polka (York University), "The authority of fictive truth and the truth of fictive authority. On the Difference between Twice Told Tales In the Biblical and Greek Traditions"
  • Martin Lockshin, (York University, "Twice-Told Tales in Medieval Jewish Bible Commentaries"
  • Christopher Bradd and Sonya Scott, (York University), A Truth, Crisis and Authority: Developing the Economic Imagination"
  • Steve Bailey, (York University), "Performance Anxiety: Social Dramas and the Abyss of Twice-Told Subjectivity in Recent Art Cinema"
  • Daniel Bodi, (University of Paris 8 Vincennes Saint-Denis), "Why Does David Refrain from Killing Saul Twice? (1 Samuel 24 and 26)?"
  • Yona Dureau, (Université Jean Monet, Saint-Etienne), "Twice-Told Tales in different Rhetorical and Theological Fameworks"
  • Dr. Michelle Gewurtz, (Ottawa Art Gallery), "Televisual Truth Telling: Gender Meets Genre in The Tunne"
  • Gideon Kouts, (Université Paris 8), "The Ferrymen of Culture: the transfer of the Jewish press centers from Europe to America in the second half of the 19th century"
  • Laura R. Wiseman, (York University, Toronto), "Telling and Retelling Rachel"
  • Manel Grati, (Université Paris Ouest Nanterre la Défense), "Twice Exiled in the Postcolonial Narrative: from an “ex-isle” to another exile"
  • Danièle Kahn-Paycha, (Université Paris Ouest Nanterre la Défense), "The same tale told twice or more…in Philip Roth’s novels"

Mis à jour le 09 mars 2018