Courses by instructor: Amir Engel
Amir Engel teaches at the German department at the Hebrew University. He studied philosophy, literature and culture-studies at the Hebrew University and completed his Ph.D. at the German Studies department at Stanford University. He also taught and conducted research at the Goethe University in Frankfurt am Main. His current project is a historical analysis of the term "Jewish mysticism" and a project on the Postwar European Culture, titled "After the Shock: The uniqueness of the Immediate Postwar".
Between Historiography and Literature: Gershom Sholem's Intellectual Biography
The famous Kabbalah scholar, Gershom Scholem (1897–1982) occupies a central role in our intellectual imagination. He was “the creator of an academic discipline,” according to Martin Buber and is discussed by historians, literary scholars, and ...