“LEVINAS IN LATIN AMERICA,” A Lecture by Erin Graff Zivin
January 20, ACB 330 | 3:30-5 PM | More
Erin Graff Zivin is Professor of Spanish and Portuguese and Comparative Literature at USC. Professor Graff Zivin’s research and teaching interests focus on constructions of Jewishness and marranismo in the Luso-Hispanic Atlantic, aesthetic representations of torture and interrogation, the relationship between ethics, politics, and aesthetics (particularly in the context of Latin American literary and cultural studies), and the intersection of philosophy and critical theory more broadly.
Co-sponsored by Casden Faculty and Graduate Student Research Seminar