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The Genesis of Genesis

Conferência: The Genesis of Genesis, Herbert Marks (Indiana University, Bloomington)
Data: 4 de Junho de 2009, 16:00
Local: Sala 5.2., Faculdade de Letras da Universidade de Lisboa
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Dr. Herbert Marks
 
Adjunct Associate Professor, Department of Comparative Literature; Adjunct Associate Professor, Department of English; Adjunct Associate Professor, Department of Jewish Studies; Adjunct Associate Professor, Department of Near Eastern Languages & Cultures; Adjunct Associate Professor, Department of Religious Studies; Director, Institute for Biblical and Literary Studies
With an expertise that includes biblical studies, medieval Italian masters, the modern novel, and twentieth-century poets, Herbert Marks inspires his students to deepen their understanding of prose, poetry, and scriptural writing. In nearly 20 years at IU, Professor Marks has created many courses and taught not only in the comparative literature department but also in English, Near Eastern languages and cultures, religious studies, and Jewish studies. His popular course Who Wrote the Bible? explores the diversity of biblical writing while introducing students to literary analysis and testing the role of the reader in the "construction" of literary meaning.

EDUCATION

Ph.D. at Yale University, 1985

BACKGROUND

2004 Indiana University President's Award

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Comparative Literature
Medieval Italian Masters
The Modern Novel
Twentieth Century Poets

COURSES RECENTLY TAUGHT

The Lyric Poem
Who Wrote the Bible?
Genesis and Myth
Literature and Psychoanalysis
Blake and the Bible
Modern Elegy
Dante and Medieval Theories and Language






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