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Update all panels scheduled for room 101 are NOW in 201. Flourish and Decay: Exploring Religion in Process Syracuse University Graduate Student Conference April 13th, 2018 Program Schedule Opens 7:30 a.m. Registration in Falk College 201 8:00-9:30 a.m. Panel Session 1A, Falk College 100 The Virtual, the Sonic, and the Nostalgic Moderator: Danae Faulk, Syracuse […]

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June Hwang

June Hwang (Associate Professor, University of Rochester) specializes in twentieth-century literature, film, and culture, with an emphasis on the topics of German Jewish identity, Holocaust Studies, questions of modernity, film theory, and critical theory. Her book Lost in Time: Locating the Stranger in German Modernity (Northwestern UP, 2014) explores discourses of timelessness in the works of central figures […]

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Sara R. Horowitz

Sara R. Horowitz (Professor, York University in Toronto) is the author of Voicing the Void: Muteness and Memory in Holocaust Fiction, which received the Choice Award for Outstanding Academic Book, co-editor of Encounter with Appelfeld, a collection of essays on Aharon Appelfeld, co-editor of the journal Kerem. She is co-editor of H. G. Adler: Life, Literature, Legacy, which was just awarded […]

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Joaquim Pinto

Joaquim Pinto, director, What Now? Remind Me Joaquim Pinto (b. 1957, Porto, Portugal) is a sound designer, producer, and director. He has been sound designer and mixer on more than 100 films, working with such directors as Manoel de Oliveira, Raúl Ruiz, Werner Schroeter, and André Téchiné. From 1987-1996, he produced some 30 films, including […]

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