David B. Suchoff
Professor of English
Courses Currently Teaching
|EN120C A||Language, Thought, and Writing: Thinking about Language|
|EN238 A||Art of Fly-Fishing: Maine and Bishop, California|
|EN271 A||Critical Theory|
|EN323 A||Victorian Literature I|
|EN493C A||Ireland and Otherness: James Joyce's Ulysses and Early Writings|
Read About Theodor Adorno, Minima Moralia (1951)
Suchoff on Wittgenstein as a Jewish Philosopher
"Smuggling in the Warsaw Ghetto" by Peretz Opoczynski, Introduction and Translation by David Suchoff, Pakn Treger: Magazine of the National Yiddish Book Center, Fall 2006/5767, no. 52, pp. 32-37.
"Kafka's Languages: Hebrew and Yiddish in The Trial and Amerika, in Doris Sommer, ed., Bilingual Games: Some Literary Investigations (New York: Palgrave/MacMillan, 2003), pp. 251-274.
David Suchoff and Willi Goetschel, ?Das Verm?chtnis des deutschen Judentums: Hermann Levin Goldschmidts unzeitgem??e Betrachtung,? Neue Rundschau 116, Jahrgang 2005:4, December 2005, pp. 168-173.
David Suchoff, "Kafka's Jewish Languages: The Hidden Openness of Tradition," Journal of Jewish Thought and Philosophy, 15:2, 2007, pp. 65-132.
The Legacy of German Jewry, by Hermann Levin Goldschmidt, Translated by David Suchoff, Introduction by Willi Goetschel, and David Suchoff, $50.00, ISBN: 9780823228263, Fordham University Press, 224 pages, 2007.
David Suchoff, "Franz Kafka, Hebrew Writer: The Vaudeville of Linguistic Origins," Nexus: The Duke German and Jewish Studies Yearbook, 2012.
David Suchoff, Kafka's Jewish Languages: The Hidden Openness of Tradition, University of Pennsylvania Press, 2012.
David Suchoff, "Family Resemblances: Ludwig Wittgenstein as a Jewish Philosopher," Bamidbar, 2012:1 pp. 75-92.
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