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2007 Max Kade Workshop

Max Kade Workshop
October/November 2007
Gila Lustiger, Paris:
Writing and Trauma:
Approaching Tragedy and Loss Through Literature   


A Reading of New Literary Works (in German):

Friday, October 26

Clark Hall, Rm 206, 11130 Bellflower Rd.

4:30 pm


Public Lecture (in English):

Monday, October 29

Clark Hall, Rm 309, 11130 Bellflower Rd.

4:30 pm

The acclaimed writer Gila Lustiger, daughter of the historian and Holocaust survivor Arno Lustiger, was born in 1963 in Frankfurt, Germany. When she was eighteen, she moved to Israel, where she studied Art History and Literature at Hebrew University. She has been living in her chosen homeland, France, since 1987. Lustiger is the author of The Inventory (Die Bestandsaufnahme) and This Is How We Are (So sind wir), among others.

All events are free and open to the public.

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Visitor Parking:

Severance Hall underground lot, entrance on East Boulevard; Metered Lot, corner of Euclid Avenue and Ford Road


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