Dr. Gal Hertz

Fellowships

2015-2016 Post-doc Minerva-Fellow at ZfL Berlin with the project Language Criticism as a Critique of Morals. The Unclaimed Legacy of Karl Kraus.

2014 Guest scholar at Simon Dubnow Institute, Leipzig.

2010-2012 Various guest scholarships at the ZfL on invitations by Prof. Sigrid Weigel.

2012 Guest Scholar at the Research Center for Historical Humanities at Goethe-University Franfurt a. M. on an invitation by Prof. Moritz Epple.

Jury, Council, and Board Memberships

Project coordination:

„Literatur and War: Germany and the First World War“ . Reserach project directed by Prof. Galili Shahar at Minerva Institute for German History, Tel Aviv University, 2013-2014.

„The Formation of the Humanities and the Order of Academic Disciplines“. Joint research project between Minerva Humanities Center at Tel Aviv University, the Institute for Philosophy and the Center for the History of Science at Goethe University Frankfurt am Main as well as the Van Leer Jerusalem Institute submitted to the Minerva Foundation, directed by Prof. Rivka Feldhay, 2010-2012.

„Metamorphoses: Experience, Representation and Performance between Renaissance, Baroque and Enlightened Europe“. Research project submitted to the Minerva Foundation, directed by Prof. Rivka Feldhay at Tel Aviv University.

Publications

Monographien

Staging Discourse – Critique of Language, Identity and Ideology in Karl Kraus, Berlin: De Gruyter, 2017, in Vorbereitung.

Aufsätze

„Syphilis und Theologie: Oskar Panizzas Liebeskonzil“, Würzburg: Ergon, in Vorbereitung.

„Büffelhaut, die Kreatur und der Jüdische Salto mortale – Karl Kraus liest Rosa Luxemburg“, Hakibutz Hameuchad, in Vorbereitung (auf Hebräisch).

„Truth and Theater of Power: Brecht's Life of Galileo“. In: Metamorphosis – The Baroque Theater of Science, Tel Aviv University Press, in Vorbereitung.

„Epigone in The Old House of Language – Karl Kraus and the theatricality of Language“. In: New Perspectives on Vienna 1900, Carmel, in Vorbereitung (auf Hebräisch).

„Schmerz und Seligkeit – Walter Flex und die Tragödie des Offiziers“ (mit Luca Beisel). In: Tel Aviver Jahrbuch für Deutsche Geschichte, v. 47, Göttingen: Wallstein, 2016.

„Spiegelmenschen – Karl Kraus und Franz Werfel über Sprache und Identität“. In: Jahrbuch des Simon Dubnow Instituts, v. 14, Göttingen: Vandenhoek & Ruprecht, 2015.

„Commentary as Disruption: Karl Kraus and his Glossen // Die Sprengkraft des Kommentars. Die satirischen Glossen von Karl Kraus“. In: Trajekte, v. 31, Berlin: Kadmos, 2015.

„War and Citationality – Between War Experience and Poetic Language“. In: Tel Aviver Jahrbuch für Deutsche Geschichte,v. 43, Göttingen: Wallstein, 2015.

„Karl Kraus, World War I and the Issue of Wartime Criticism“. In: Zmanim, v. 130, Open University Press (auf Hebräisch).

„Experts“. In: Reading the Protest, Hakibutz Hameuchad, 2013 (auf Hebräisch).

„Between Theology and Aesthetics – Baruch Kurzweil and the Hebrew Literature“. In: Chidushim, v. 16, Jerusalem: Leo Baeck Institute, 2012 (auf Hebräisch).

„The Destructive Character and Dilemma of Education in the Talmud“. In: Streams into the Sea. Studies in Jewish culture and its context, Alma College, 2001.

Courses

2016: “Language at War” - MA Seminar, Institute for Cultural Studies, Humboldt-Universität Berlin.

2016: “Karl Kraus - Sprache und Moralkritik im Wien der Jahrhundertwende" - BA Seminar, Peter Szondi-Institute for Comparative Literature, FU Berlin.

2016: Guest Lecturer at the Institute for Social and Cultural Research, Ilia State University, Tbilisi, Georgia.

2013: "German Literature and the Narration of War: Germany 1900" - MA Seminar with Prof. Galili Shahar, Tel Aviv University.

2012: "Walter Benjamin - Der Schauspieler, der Engel, der Dämon" MA-Seminar with Prof. Galili Shahar, Tel Aviv University.

2011: "Migrating Knowledge" - MA-Seminar with Prof. Rivka Feldhay, Tel Aviv University.