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New Issue of Dibur Literary Journal: Archives

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New Issue of Dibur Literary Journal: Archives

Jan 18, 2017
New Issue of Dibur Literary Journal: Archives 
Archives: Literary Perspectives on The Intersections Between History And Fiction
We are excited to announce the publication of the third issue of 'Dibur Literary Journal'. The issue is devoted to the topic of Archive, and includes an exclusive interview with Julia Kristeva. You can read the new issue online: 
The new issue creates an interesting conversation between Hebrew, Yiddish, French, English and German literary works. Below please find this issue's TOC. 
'Dibur' is a peer-reviewed academic journal dedicated to Hebrew, Jewish, and Comparative Literature. It is part of Stanford's Division of Literatures, Cultures, and Languages 'Arcade' project as well as of the Open Access Movement in scholarly publishing.
Editors-in-chief: Vered Karti Shemtov (Stanford University) and Anat Weisman (Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Israel). 
Executive Editor: Giddon Ticotsky (Stanford University).
This issue is co-edited by Vered Karti Shemtov, Marie-Pierre Ulloa (Stanford University) and Anat Weisman.
 
Best wishes,
'Dibur' Editors
 
 
TOC
Vered Karti Shemtov, Anat Weisman, and Marie-Pierre Ulloa | The Archive: Literary Perspectives on the Intersections between History and Fiction - Introduction
Michal Ben-Naftali | The Deleted Archive: Revisiting Alice Munro, Amnon Shamosh, Annie Ernaux and Yehoshua Kenaz
Yotam Popliker | “The Need to Be Recorded”: Gabriel Preil’s Archival Prosthesis in the American Diaspora
Marie-Pierre Ulloa | Lost In Fire, Lost In Letters: Archives of the Algerian War
Jean-Michel Frodon | Trace, Archive, Imaginary 
Eli Friedlander | Walter Benjamin's Arcades Project and the Heightened Intuitability of History
Dina Stein | Archival Recollections: Rabbinic Figures as Folk Heroes
Keren Mock | The Need to Believe and the Archive: Interview with Julia Kristeva
Yael Neeman | Archives in Literature: Chapter from 'We Were The Future' — A Memoir of the Kibbutz