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Miryam  Segal

Miryam Segal

Department of Classical, Middle Eastern, Asian languages and Cultures
Office Location: King Hall, Room-210C
Phone: 718-997-5570

She is an Associate Pro-fessor of Classical, Middle Eastern, and Asian Languages and Cultures and 2012 recipient of the Feliks Gross Endowment Award from the CUNY Academy for the Humanities. This past academic year she gave three invited talks, one in fall 2012 based on a chapter of her book, A New Sound in Hebrew Poetry: Poetics, Politics, Accent, and two in spring 2013, based on chapters from her current book project, “Working Writers,” on Labor politics and Hebrew poetry by women in the 1920s. In October 2012 she presented “Hebrew Dialects and the Formation of National Identity” at Northwestern University. In April 2013 she presented “1,000 Arms and the Small Group of Women” at Michigan State University as part of a symposium on Modern Hebrew and Israeli Literature, and in May she gave a talk entitled “From Prophet to Worker: Labor Politics and the Rise of Women’s Poetry” at the University of California–Irvine. In June she served as a respondent at a young scholars’ conference on “Neighbors in Jewish Studies,” organized by graduate students at Columbia University.
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