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This talk discusses the motivations, difficulties and debates around the post-Holocaust translation into Hebrew of a work by Martin Heidegger, the renowned German philosopher who was a member of the Nazi party.

Dr. Daniel M. Herskowitz is the British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow at the Faculty of Theology and Religion, University of Oxford. He was previously a Career Research Fellow in Jewish Studies at Wolfson College, University of Oxford and a postdoctoral fellow at the Religion Department, Columbia University. He is the author of over twenty studies on modern Jewish thought, Jewish-Christian exchanges, political theology, secularization, and nationalism. His first book, Heidegger and His Jewish Reception (Cambridge University Press, 2021) was awarded the 2021 Salo W. and Jeannette M. Baron Young Scholars Award for Scholarly Excellence.

JW3 is delighted to be partnering with the Oxford Centre for Jewish and Hebrew Studies and hosting this series showcasing the Fellows of the Oxford Centre for Hebrew and Jewish studies. 

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This lecture will take place in person and online. Please choose either option at checkout. A Zoom link to join will be included in the confirmation email upon booking.

Date - Mon 31 January 2022 7:30pm

£15 in the building or £10 online

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