Idit Alphandary Senior Lecturer The Lester and Sally Entin Faculty of the Humanities The Yolanda and David Katz Faculty of the Arts Tel Aviv University, Israel




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Idit Alphandary

Senior Lecturer

The Lester and Sally Entin Faculty of the Humanities

The Yolanda and David Katz Faculty of the Arts

Tel Aviv University, Israel

Home: 41 Shalom Alechem Street, Apartment 6, Tel Aviv 63344, Israel

Tel.: 972-(3)-524 2663

alphanda@post.tau.ac.il

aidit@netvision.net.il

Education: September 2013

2001 Ph.D. Comparative Literature, Yale University, New Haven, CT

1998 MA Comparative Literature, Yale University, New Haven, CT

1993 BA Philosophy / Comparative Literature, Tel-Aviv University, Israel



Ph.D. Dissertation

The Subject of Autonomy and Fellowship in: Guy de Maupassant, D. W. Winnicott, and Joseph Conrad


Director: Peter Brooks

Academic Positions


Tel Aviv University:
October 2014-October 2015 Senior Lecturer Part-time, the Literature Department, the Interdisciplinary Program of the Arts, the International B.A in Liberal Arts.

October 2013-August 2014 Senior Lecturer Part-time, the Literature Department, the Interdisciplinary Program of the Arts

October 2012-August 2013: Lecturer Part-time, the Literature Department, the Interdisciplinary Program in the Arts and NCJW Women and Gender Studies Program.

October 2011-August 2012: Lecturer Part-time, the Literature Department, the Interdisciplinary Program in the Arts and NCJW Women and Gender Studies Program.

October 2010-August 2011: Lecturer Part-time, the Literature Department, the Interdisciplinary Program in the Arts and NCJW Women and Gender Studies Program.

October 2009-August 2010: Lecturer Part-time, the Literature Department, the Interdisciplinary Program in the Arts and NCJW Women and Gender Studies Program.

October 2008-August 2009: Lecturer Part-time, the Literature Department, the

Interdisciplinary Program in the Arts and NCJW Women and Gender Studies Program.

October 2007-August 2008: Lecturer Part-time, the Literature Department, NCJW Women

and Gender Studies Program.

October 2006-August 2007: Lecturer Part-time in the Literature Department, NCJW Women and Gender Studies Program.

July 2005-June 2006: Research Fellow in the English Department, the Literature Department.

July 2004-June 2005: Research Fellow in the English Department, the Department of Poetics and Comparative Literature.

Yale University:
December 2001-December 2002: Lecturer Part-time, the Department of English.

Courses Taught in Academia


Tel Aviv University:
Spring 2015: (a) On Dreaming

(b) The Logic of Dream

(c) The Hollywood Novel/Film

Fall 2015: (a) From Shakespeare to Hollywood: Psychoanalysis in the Arts

(b) From Tragedy to Melodrama: Art and Psychoanalysis

Spring 2014: (a) Repetition and Everyday Aesthetics

(b) The Dialogical Nature of Autonomy and Influence

Fall 2013: (a) Psychoanalysis and Modernism

(b) On Money: Theory and Fiction

(c) Psychoanalysis in the Arts: From Shakespeare to Hollywood

Spring 2013: (a) The Logic of Dreams

(b) Forgiveness Between Israel and Germany

(c) Justice and Feminism in Film and Literature

Fall 2012: (a) From Shakespeare to Hollywood: Psychoanalysis in the Arts

(b) The Imagination of Disaster in Realism and Modernism

Fall 2011: (a) The Science of the Real: Love, Envy, Hate, Boredom.

(b) Freud and Modernism.

Spring 2012: (a) Forgiveness Between Israel and Germany.

(b) Justice and Feminism in Film and Literature.

Fall 2010: (a) Psychoanalysis in the Arts: From Shakespeare to Hollywood.

(b) Hysteria and Paranoia: Flaubert, James, Conrad.

Spring 2011: (a) Freud's Melodrama

(b) Justice in Film and Literature.

Spring 2010: (a) The Feminine Subject from the 18th Century to the Present: Literature and Film.

(b) Justice in Film and Literature.

Fall 2009: (a) Film, Literature, and Psychoanalysis: From Murder! To Crash.

(b) Hysteria and Paranoia: Flaubert, James, Conrad.

Spring 2009: (a) Theoretical Aspects of Autobiographical Writing.

(b) The Feminine Subject from the 18th Century to the Present.

(c) Justice in Film and Literature.

Fall 2008: (a) Beauty, Justice and Evil: Literature, Art and Film.

(b) Desire, Melancholy and Mimesis: Renoir, Balzac, Eliot, Zola.

Spring 2008: (a) Justice in Film and Literature.

(b) The Feminine Subject.

Fall 2007: The Exotic and the Other.

Spring 2007: Balzac and Henry James.

Fall 2006: Film, Literature and Art as an Embodiment of the Ethical Gaze.

Spring 2006: Literature and Justice.

Fall 2005: Romanticism and the Sublime.

Spring 2005: The Subject and Discontinuity – Nineteenth-Century Novel and

Psychoanalysis.

Fall 2004: Romantic Poetry.


Yale University:
Fall 2002: English 120a, Modern Prose: Advanced Writing.

Summer 2002: Literature 120s, Fiction and the Forms of Narrative.

Spring 2002: English 120b, Modern Prose: Advanced Writing.

Spring 2002: English 129b, The European Literary Tradition.

Fall 2001: English 129a, The European Literary Tradition.

Spring 2000: French 115b, Elementary and Intermediate French.

Fall 1999: French 115a, Elementary and Intermediate French.

Spring 1999: English 281, Nineteenth Century American Literature 1865-1910.

Fall 1998: English 250, Romantic Poetry.

Spring 1998: English 343b/Literature 244b, Introduction to Post-Colonial Literature.

Fall 1997 English 343a/Literature 244a, Problems in Cultural Criticism.

Selected Papers and Presentations at International Conferences



Invited Speaker:
Winter 2014, Wroclaw seminar, Poland “Resentment, forgiveness, and the moral stakes of contemporary Jews and Germans.”

Winter 2014, University at Buffalo: “Pure Forgiveness in German-Jewish Contemporary Theory: “Max Ferber” by W. G. Sebald”

Winter 2013, University at Antwerp, Belgium: “David Grossman’s To the End of the Land and the Palestinian-Israeli Conflict.”

Summer 2013, Yale University: “At the Other’s Play: to Dream.”

Summer 2013, Yale University: “The Cultural Politics of Forgiveness in German-Israeli Relations.”

Winter 2012, Charles University, Prague: "Love and Worldliness in Psychoanalysis and in

the Work of Hannah Arendt."

Summer 2011, Yale University: The Summer School, "D. H. Lawrence and Gilles Deleuze on The Escaped Cock." And "Envy in Melanie Klein and in Shakespeare's Othello."

Winter 2011, Yale University: Department of Comparative Literature, "Thou Shalt Love Thy Neighbor as Thyself:' the Ethics of Psychoanalysis or A Fundamental Defense

Mechanism?"

Fall 2009, University at Buffalo, SUNY: Department of Comparative Literature, "Just

Theory," Lecture Series: "Religion and the 'Rights

of Man' in the Julia Kristeva's Work."

Fall 2007, University at Buffalo, SUNY: Department of Comparative Literature, "Just Theory," Lecture Series: "Strong as Death – the Image of Autonomy and the Insight of the Object."



MLA Conventions:
Winter 2014, Chicago: Panelist: “The Desire to Read and the Reading of Desire in Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein.”

Winter 2011, Lost Angeles: Panelist: "Thou Shalt Love Thy Neighbor as Thyself:' the Ethics of Psychoanalysis or A Fundamental Defense Mechanism?"

Winter 2006, Philadelphia: Panelist: "'The Rights of Man' in the Work of Julia Kristeva." Presentation of a paper for the division of "Literature and Psychology;" "Case Studies in Psychoanalysis and Religion."

Winter2003, MLA: Panelist: “Memory: Humboldt’s Gift and the Gift of Psychoanalysis” An analysis of memory in Saul Bellow and The Interpretation of Dreams. The abstract was accepted yet I could not attend the conference and offered my excuse to the Jewish American Discussion Group; panel on “Psychoanalysis and Jewish American Literature”

Winter 2002, New York: Panelist: “Religion beyond Desolation and Beauty”

Presentation of paper for the Division of Comparative Studies; panel on “Freud and Fundamentalism.”


Participant as Presenter of Lecture or Panelist:
2014, Tel Aviv University: Panelist: “Resentment, forgiveness, and the moral stakes of contemporary Jews and Germans.”

2013, Tel Aviv University: Panelist: “Love and Worldliness in Psychoanalysis and in the Work of Hannah Arendt.”

2012, Tel Aviv University: Panelist: “Remembering and Mourning in Nowhere in

Africa by Caroline Link.”

2009, NAPH

London University College: Panelist: “Temimut: The Encounter of Ethics and the Survivor in Until the End of the Land and See Under: 'Love'.”

2009, Tel Aviv Universtiy: Panelist: "Self-Reliance" in Robert Altman's McCabe and Mrs. Miller and Quintet. Paper on Emerson, Cavell, and Altman's conception of Self-Reliance for an international conference: Expertise: Media Specifity and Interdisciplinarity.

2009, Tel Aviv University: NCJW Women and Gender Studies, International Women's Day, Panelist: "A Theory of Influence: Woolf, Arendt, Kristeva."

Spring 2009, Freie Universität Berlin:Panelist: "Temimut or Encounter and Performance in Levinas, Cavell and David Grossman." German Israeli Foundation—A Workshop

Fall 2008, Tel Aviv University: Panelist, "Temimut: The Encounter of Ethics and the Survivor in Until the End of the Land and See Under Love by David Grossman." German Israeli Foundation—A Workshop.

Spring 2008, Tel Aviv University: Panelist: "The Moral Imperative of Images in Sontag and Godard." Just Images: An International Conference on Film and Ethics.

Spring 2008, Bar Ilan University: Panelist: "Strong as Death: The Image of Autonomy and the Insight of the Object." Second Workshop on Research in Visual Culture.

Spring 2007, Bar Ilan University: Panelist: " 'Miracle' and 'Magic' in Arendt's The Promise of Politics and Mary McCarthy's Birds of America."



International conference on Hannah Arendt.

2006, Tel Aviv University: "Motar" Conference: The Bible in the Arts: speaker, "Moses, Michelangelo and Freud: Between Aesthetic Experience and Knowledge Transmission." Presentation of the relation of art and trauma with the institution of tradition in The Moses of Michelangelo and Moses and Monotheism.

2006, Tel Aviv University: Whose Science? Women, Gender and the Sciences. Speaker, "Astronomy and Psychoanalysis as Metaphors of Human Relations in Modernism: A Reading of Mrs. Dalloway". Presentation of the role that Arthur Eddington and Freud's notions of the "cosmical constant" and "trauma" play in Mrs. Dalloway.

2005, Tel Aviv University: Yossef Haefrati Memorial Lectures. Speaker: "Percy Shelley: Sublimation and the Limits of Conversation". Presentation of Shelley's Julian and Maddalo and Hans Lowald's Sublimation.

2005, Tel Aviv University: Synopsis 7: Literature and Culture in an Era of Historical Turmoil. Presentation of the paper: “Self, Nation, and State in Philip Roth’s Operation Shylock".

2005, Tel Aviv University: Jean-Paul Sartre: A Current View; International Conference on the 100th Anniversary of his birth. Speaker: “ ‘Loser Wins’ or Repetition and Bad Faith in Sartre’s Literary Criticism”

2005, Tel Aviv University: NCJW Women Studies Forum Annual Convention

Disgust, Shame, and the Law: The Judgment of Flaubert’s Madame Bovary.

Spring 2003, Tel Aviv University: Speaker: “Freud Approaches Judaism.” A lecture about language and redemption in Moses and Monotheism and Jewish exegesis. Lecture for Poetics and Comparative Literature.

Fall 2000, Yale University: Speaker: “The Subject of Autonomy and Fellowship”

Paper about voice in Yvette by Guy de Maupassant: Open Forum Lecture Series.

Fall 2000, Yale University : Reader: poetry reading at Beinecke Library.

Homage to Yehuda Amichai’s poetry in the collection in Beinecke.

Fall 1998, Yale University: Speaker: Wide Sargasso Sea, Lecture.



Presentation of the novel by Jean Rhys to students in the lecture course: “Introduction to Postcolonial Literature”.

Fall 1997, Yale University: Speaker: Civilization and Its Discontents, Lecture.



Presentation of Freud’s work to students in the lecture course: “Problems in Cultural Criticism”.

Summer 1996, Tel-Aviv University: Panelist: “Anthropomorphism and the Paradox.” Conference in collaboration with Women’s Studies.

Paper on Douze dialogues de bêtes by Colette and the concept of anthropomorphism in literary theory.

Summer 1995, Tel-Aviv University: Panelist: “A Moral Obligation to Signification.” Conference by the Department of Political Science. Paper about the films: Life According to Agfa directed by Assi Dayan and Sh’chur directed by Hanna Azulai-Hasfari.



Professional Functions

Membership of Organizations:

MLA: 2000—(Present)

ISF: 2010 – 2011

NAPH: 2008 – (Present)

GIF: 2008 – 2010.

SPEP: 2006 – 2007

ACLA: 2006 – (Present)
Membership of Research Groups:
2012 – (Present), Minerva Foundation of EoL: An Interdisciplinary Research Group of the Minerva Foundation of the End of Life at the Law School and the Faculty of Social Sciences at Tel Aviv University

2008 – 2010, GIF: A Research Group of the German Israeli Foundation at the Faculty of the Arts at Tel-Aviv University

2002 – 2003 Yale University: Whitney Humanities Center—Mind, Brain, Culture, and Consciousness.

2000 – 2003 Yale University: Whitney Humanities Center—Western New England Psychoanalytic Society.


Scholarships, Grants and Honors:


2014: GIF, submission of research proposal in collaboration with Freie Universität, “The Cultural Politics of Forgiveness in German-Israeli Relations.”

2013: Minerva Foundation at the Humanities, conference and article for publication, “Love and Worldliness in Psychoanalysis and in the work of Hannah Arendt.” (NIS 8000)

2013: ISF, submission of proposal for an edited book in the humanities, Writing in Progress: The Aesthetics and Politics of Contemporary Interdisciplinary Studies of Gender and Feminism. (Requesting NIS 30000. I did not win).

2012: GIF, submission of research proposal in collaboration with Freie Universität, “The Cultural Politics of Forgiveness in German-Israeli Relations.” (We did not win but we are invited to resubmit next year and we intend to resubmit).

2012: Research Grant, Minerva Foundation of the End of Life. (NIS 5000)

Summer 2010: Research Grant, Cluster of excellence Languages-of-emotion at Freie Universität, Berlin ($2000)

Summer 2010: Research Grant, Minerva Foundation of Human Rights at the Law School at Tel Aviv University ($1500)

Spring 2010: GIF, Research Fellow, Faculty of the Arts at Tel Aviv University ($2500)

Summer 2008: GIF, Research Fellow, Faculty of the Arts at Tel-Aviv University ($2500)

Summer 2007: Library Fellow, Humanities Institute at the University at Buffalo, SUNY ($7500)

2005 – 2006: Research Fellowship, Israeli Government and the Foundation of Research, Israel (NIS 62000)

2005-2006: Research Foundation at Tel Aviv University (NIS 11000)

2004 – 2005: Research Fellowship, Israeli Government and the Foundation of Research, Israel (NIS 62000)

2004-2005: Research Foundation at Tel Aviv University (NIS 18000)

Summer 2001: John Perry Miller Research Grant, Yale University, New Haven, CT ($2500)

2000 – 2001: University Dissertation Fellowship, Yale University, New Haven, CT ($13000)

Summer 2000: John F. Enders Research Grant, Yale University, New Haven, CT ($2500)

1997 – 2000: Teaching Fellowship, Yale University, New Haven, CT($39000)

1995 – 1997: University Fellowship, Yale University, New Haven, CT ($24000)

Academic Service

2010, ISF: Israeli Science Foundation: Evaluator/Reader of MS for publication.

2008–(Present), Tel Aviv University: "Writing in Progress—A Lecture Series of Papers in Interdisciplinary Studies of Women and Gender," for the NCJW Women and Gender Studies Program and The Porter Institute of Poetics and Semiotics. Founding Coordinator.

2000 – 2001, Yale University: Liaison Committee for the Department of Comparative Literature. Facilitator for the Baldwin-Dahl Memorial Lecture.


Languages


Hebrew – native

English – near-native

French – near-native

German – proficient




List of Publications



Books:

MS Submitted:
Alphandary Idit, Autonomy and Fantasy: An Essay About Fantasized Objects and Real Others in Guy de Maupassant and D. W. Winnicott. (300 pp. Columbia University Press)
MS In Writing:
Alphandary Idit, Love, Forgiveness, and Resentment. (300 pp. Fordham University Press is interested in the MS)
Books Edited:

MS Invited:

Alphandary Idit, (ed.), Writing in Progress: The Aesthetics and Politics of Contemporary Interdisciplinary Studies of Gender and Feminism. (400 pp. Hakibutz Hameuchad)


Articles Published in Refereed Academic Journals:
1. Alphandary, Idit. “The Ethics of Lévinas's Temimut and Kristeva's Abjection in To the End of the Land by David Grossman.” (Forthcoming) CR: The New Centennial Review, Vol. 14, No. 3, 2014, pp. 000–000. ISSN 1532-687X. © 2014 Michigan State University. All rights reserved.
2. Alphandary, Idit. “Love and Worldliness in the Work of Hannah Arendt and in Psychoanalysis.” (46pp. Forthcoming from Philosophy Today, DePaul University Press.)

3. Alphandary, Idit. "Desire, Culture and Memory in the Works of D. W. Winnicott."



Textus XXII (2009). 381 – 400.
4. Alphandary, Idit. "Radical Hope or the Moral Imperative of Images in the Work of

Susan Sontag and Jean-Luc Godard." Culture Unbound, Volume 1, 2009: 487 – 501. Linkoping University Electronic Press: http://www.cultureunbound.ep.liu.se


5. Alphandary, Idit. "Wrestling with the Angel and the Law or the Critique of Identity: The Demjanjuk Trial, Operation Shylock: A Confession, and 'Angel Levine.'" Philip Roth Studies, Volume 4, Number 1, Spring 2008: Purdue University Press. 57 – 74.



Chapters Published in Edited Volumes:
1. Alphandary, Idit. "Religion and the 'Rights of Man' in Julia Kristeva's Work." Psychoanalysis,

Aesthetics, and Politics in the Work of Julia Kristeva. Eds. Kelly Oliver and S. K. Keltner.

Albany: SUNY Press, 2009. 229 – 239.


Work in Progress:

1. “Dream, Real, and Technical Works in Kafka’s Amerika and Peter Weir’s The Truman Show.” (25pp.)

2. “The Desire to Read and the Reading of Desire in Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein.” (25pp.)

3. "The Art, Psychoanalysis, and Politics of Forgiveness in Henry James's The Tragic Muse." (26pp.)



4. "W. G. Sebald: An Ethics of Death Representation.” (40pp)




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