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Amir Eshel

Amir Eshel’s new book on the concept of "Futurity"

News / July 12, 2012
Amir Eshel's new book, "Futurity: Contemporary Literature and the Quest for the Past" challenges the traditional view of literature written about traumatic events.
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Europe, beyond bashing

News / July 2, 2012
With Europe's financial crisis front and center in the news for months, and in light of prognosticators' dire warnings of imminent collapse, TEC Director Amir Eshel talks about the strength and ability of Europe to overcome its economic troubles.
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The fall of the Berlin Wall 20 years later

News / November 6, 2009
November 9, 2009 marks the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. The historic event symbolizes the end of the Cold War, and for the Germans living there, 1989 marks a turning point that continues to shape their culture. Amir Eshel, professor of comparative literature and director of FSI's Forum on Contemporary Europe and history professor James Sheehan reflect on the legacy of this important anniversary.
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