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The 2019–2020 Fellowship competition is now open and will close on November 15, 2018.
2019-2020 MANDEL CENTER FELLOWSHIPS
The Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies awards fellowships to support significant research and writing about the Holocaust.
CALL FOR Papers, panels, and roundtables:
It was no less a figure than Plato who said that those who imitate are in danger of imbibing the reality of the imitation. Rather than adhering to a poetological notion of mimesis that has its theoretical roots in Aristotle’s Poetics and whose diverse repercussions were felt throughout the Renaissance and the modern era, the present conference seeks to approach mimesis as a ‘dangerous’ mode of existence. It therefore aims to provide a forum for historical, epistemological, and media-related approaches to a conception of mimesis that incorporates a range of cultural and social processes.
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