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Author: Professor of Hebrew Bible Danna Nolan Fewell,Gary A Phillips,Professor of Biblical Cultures and Politics Yvonne Sherwood
ISBN13: 978-1879985186
Title: Representing the Irreparable: The Shoah, the Bible, and the Art of Samuel Bak
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Publisher: Pucker Art Publications; First Edition edition (November 24, 2008)
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Representing the Irreparable: The Shoah, the Bible, and the Art of Samuel Bak by Professor of Hebrew Bible Danna Nolan Fewell,Gary A Phillips,Professor of Biblical Cultures and Politics Yvonne Sherwood



Bak, Samuel Criticism and interpretation. Personal Name: Fewell, Danna Nolan. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners.

Fewell, Danna Nolan and Phillips, Gary A. and Sherwood, Yvonne, eds. (2008) Representing the Irreparable: The Shoah, the Bible, and the Art of Samuel Bak. Pucker Gallery, Boston, MA, 220 pp. ISBN 978-1-879985-18-6. Contact us about this Publication).

Pucker Art e University Press, 2008. The art of Samuel Bak depicts a world destroyed and yet provisionally pieced back together. Across nearly seven decades of artistic production Samuel Bak has explored and reworked a set of metaphors, a visual grammar and vocabulary, that ultimately privileges questions

Representing the Irreparable book. Across nearly seven decades of artistic production Samuel Bak has explored and reworked a set of metaphors, a visual grammar and vocabulary, that ultimately privileges questions. Bak's pictorial readings invite reconsideration of the Post-Reformation privileging of word over image, The art of Samuel Bak depicts a world destroyed and yet provisionally pieced back together

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Danna Nolan Fewell, Professor of Hebrew Bible at Drew University; Christine White, Associate Professor of English at DePauw University; and Gary A. Phillips, Dean of the College and Professor of Religion at Wabash College are coordinating the effort. With the permissions of Cubism and Expressionism, Bak sets time and space askew. Pucker Art Publications, Boston, 2008. Representing the Irreparable: The Shoah, the Bible, and the Art of Samuel Bak, Danna Nolan Fewell, Gary A. Phillips, and Yvonne Sherwood, Eds. Pucker Art Publications, Boston and Syracuse University Press, Syracuse, 2008.

Professor of religion, edgar h. evans chair in religion. Gary A. Phillips returned to full-time teaching in 2015 after serving for eight years as Wabash’s Dean of the College (2006-2014). Before coming to Wabash, Prof. Invited presentation to the Bible and Visual Culture section, Society of Biblical Literature International Meeting, Helsinki, Finland, August 1, 2018. After The Postmodern Bible: Theory, Silences, and Other Barbarisms. Invited presentation to the Deconstructive Poetics section of the European Association of Biblical Studies, Helsinki, Finland, August 2, 2018. Representing the Irreparable: The Holocaust and the Art of Samuel Bak. Invited presentation to the Jewish Studies Program of Kent State University. Trauma, Pedagogy, and Teaching the Holocaust.

Representing the Irreparable: The Shoah, the Bible, and the Art of Samuel Bak, Danna Nolan Fewell, Gary A. Phillips and Yvonne Sherwood, Eds. Pucker Art Publications, Boston, and Syracuse University Press, Syracuse, 2008. Icon of Loss: The Haunting Child of Samuel Bak, Danna Nolan Fewell and Gary A. Phillips. Pucker Art Publications, Boston, and Syracuse University Press, Syracuse, 2009. Retrospective Journey into the art of Samuel Bak. Ute Ben Yosef. The South African Jewish Museum.

Danna Nolan Fewell, Professor of Hebrew Bible at Drew University; Christine White, Associate Professor of English at DePauw University; and Gary A. SAMUEL BAK and the ART OF THE QUESTION he art of Samuel Bak entrances. Dismembered figures of flesh, metal, wood, and stone. Representing the Irreparable: The Shoah. Kaufman and Paul T. Germany McMullen Museum. A. United Kingdom Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.

Across nearly seven decades of art production, Samuel Bak has explored and reworked a set of metaphors, a visual grammar and vocabulary, that ultimately privilege questions. Preserving memory of the Holocaust, he depicts a world destroyed and yet provisionally pieced back together.