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Apl. Prof. Dr. Marc Caplan

  • Juni 1989, Bachelor-Abschluss am Department of English, Yale University, New Haven, CT
  • Juni 1997, Master-Abschluss am Department of Comparative Literature , New York University, New York, NY
  • September 2003, PhD am Department of Comparative Literature , New York University, New York, NY
  • Seit 2022 Akademischer Oberrat (Senior Lecturer), Institut für Jüdische Studien, Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf
  • Jiddische Literatur, Jüdische Literatur, Komparatistik
  • Jüdische Kultur in Ost-Europa
  • Literaturtheorie, Modernismus und Moderne
  • Weltliteratur, Deutsche Literatur, Afrikanische Literatur
  • Maimonides Centre for Advanced Studies, University of Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany, MCAS Senior Fellowship, 2021
  • University of Wroclaw, Taube Department of Jewish Studies, Summer Term Post-Doctoral Fellowship, Wroclaw, Poland, 2019
  • Internationales Forschungzentrum Kulturwissenschaften (IFK), Kunstuniversität Linz in Wien, Vienna, Austria, Senior Fellowship, 2018-2019
  • University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, Fellowship to the Frankel Center for Judaic Studies, 2015-2016
  • Center for Jewish History, New York, NY, Cahnman Senior Scholar-in-Residence, 2014-2015
  • University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, Fellowship to The Frankel Center for Judaic Studies, 2011
  • Universität Konstanz, Germany, Fellowship to the “Excellenzkluster 16: Kulturelle Grundlagen von Integration”, 2009
  • Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, Center for Jewish Studies, Harry Starr Fellowship, 2005-2006
  • University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, Center for Advanced Judaic Studies, Betty and Morris Shuch Term Fellowship, 2004-2005
  • Yiddish Writers in Weimar Berlin: A Fugitive Modernism. Bloomington: Indiana UP, 2021.
  • How Strange the Change: Language, Temporality, and Narrative Form in Peripheral Modernisms. Stanford: Stanford UP, 2011.
  • “Double or Nothing: The Erasure of Jewish Speech and Language in Georges Perec’s W ou le souvenir
    d’enfance.” There’s a Jewish Way of Saying Things: A Volume of Essays Honoring David Roskies. Ed.
    Avraham Rosen and Jillian Davidson. Published Online at In geveb, June 2020
  • “Marking Territory: A Flâneur’s Failure in I.L. Peretz’s Mayses.” Quest: Issues in Contemporary Jewish
    History. Issue 17 (September 2020): 22-42.
  • “Arnold Schoenberg’s Jewish Trauerspiel: Aesthetics, Law, and Ethics in Moses und Aron.” Modernism/
    Modernity, 28.3, 2021: 559-577.
  • “Yiddish Exceptionalism: Lynching, Race, and Racism in Joseph Opatoshu’s Lintsheray.” Inventing a
    Modern Jewish Identity: Joseph Opatoshu, a Yiddish Writer, Thinker, and Activist Between Europe and
    America. Ed. Sabine Koller, Gennady Estraikh, and Mikhail Krutikov. Oxford: Legenda, 2013: 173-87.
    (Reprinted in In Geveb: A Journal of Yiddish Studies, online peer-reviewed publication, June 2016

Eine detallierte Auflistung aller Publikationen finden Sie hier.

  • “Welcome to the Jungle of Cities: Di Kafeterye as New York Dystopia,” (delivered paper), New Approaches to Isaac Bashevis Singer, University of Texas, Austin Texas, März 2022
  • “Don’t Mess with a Median Man: The Contradictions of Mediation and Moderation in Isaac Euchel’s Reb Henoch: Oder Woß tut me damit? (delivered paper), What Was Moderate About the Enlightenment: Moderation in Eighteenth-Century Europe, Newcastle University (online conference), Newcastle, UK, Januar 2022
  • “Echoes of Yiddish on the Streets of Berlin: The Melancholy Picaresques of Alfred Döblin and Sh. Y. Agnon” (Delivered Paper), Association for Jewish Studies (AJS) Conference, Chicago, IL, Dezember, 2021
  • “Filshprakhikayt alts Kritik in Itsik Aykhl’s Reb Henoch, oder: Woß tut me damit” (Delivered Paper in Yiddish), XXIV. Symposium für Jiddische Studien in Deutschland, Universität Trier, Trier, Deutschland, Oktober 2021
  • "Dialogical Praxis: Multilingualism as Critique of the Kantian Sublime in Isaac Euchel's Reb Henoch" (Delivered Paper), Aesthetic Theories in Yiddish: The 15th Annual Lavy Colloquium, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland, November 2019
  • "On the Threshold of a Metropolis: Warsaw Spaces in I. L. Peretz's Mayses" (Delivered Paper), Jiddisches Europa: Thinking Yiddish in Europe. Heinrich-Heine Universität, Düsseldorf, Deutschland, Juni 2018

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