Anna Lissa ed. | Created from Animals: Thinking the Human–Animal Difference in Jewish and Hebrew Literature | Quest | 2023

Jan Brueghel the Elder (1568-1625), Studies of animals (donkeys, cats and monkeys), via Wikimedia Commons

“Created from Animals: Thinking the Human/Animal Difference in Jewish and Hebrew Literature”, ed. Anna Lissa, Quest. Issues in Contemporary Jewish History. Journal of the Fondazione CDEC, issue 23, no 1 (2023)

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CONTENTS

Introduction

by Anna Lissa

 

A Modern Lycaon: Recalling Ovid’s Metamorphoses in The Merchant of Venice

by Noam Pines

 

Tza’ar ba’ale hayyim: Jewish Animal Rights Advocacy and Vegetarianism, from Rabbi Avraham Yitzhak Ha-Kohen Kook’s A Vision of Vegetarianism and Peace to Jonathan Safran Foer

by Piergabriele Mancuso

 

Kids for Calves: Children Against Slaughter in Fin – de – siècle Jewish Literature

by Naama Harel

 

Troubling the Boundaries: Human and Animal Spaces in Yitzhak Orpaz’s Nemalim (Ants) and Italo Calvino’s La formica argentina (The Argentine Ant)

by Anna Lissa

 

The Expression of Israeli Southern Periphery’s Voices Through the Symbolism of Domestic versus Wild Animal

by Ilanit Ben-Dor Derimian

 

Man, Interrupted: Abjection, Animality and Agency in Donkey by Sami Berdugo

by Riki Traum



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Anne Simon (2023, 6 septembre). Anna Lissa ed. | Created from Animals: Thinking the Human–Animal Difference in Jewish and Hebrew Literature | Quest | 2023. Animots. Consulté le 23 juin 2024, à l’adresse https://doi.org/10.58079/b766

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Anne Simon est Directrice de recherche au CNRS et Professeure à l'Ecole normale supérieure (Paris). Responsable du Centre international d'étude de la philosophie française–PhilOfr, elle anime les carnets PhilOfr, Animots, Pôle Proust et Prix Recherche au présent.

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