Monthly Archives: September 2019

Deer Coming Down The Hill & Crossing the Street (Syracuse)

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Syracuse Backyard Green Hill

(for Adam Black)

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A Beautiful Circle (5, no, 6 Melancholic Thoughts From and After the New York State Fair 2019)

–Some people post beautiful pictures from a lake. Others spend a warm day at Washington Square Park playing banjo. I look for these kinds of things at the New York State Fair. –Noam Pines’ The Infrahuman: Animality in Modern Jewish Literature and … Continue reading

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(God-Like) Sleeping Heifer (New York State Fair 2019)

Do they all do this when they are sleeping? Asleep, the young heifer folds up into herself like a fetus or an ancient ledger book. The almost utter pliability of the body suggests at rest a kind of perfect, divine … Continue reading

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(Job Opening) Phyllis Backer Professor of Jewish Studies (Judaism)

Assistant Professor: Judaism The Department of Religion and the Jewish Studies Program in the College of Arts and Sciences at Syracuse University (Syracuse, NY) invite applications for the Phyllis Backer Professor of Jewish Studies, who will be appointed as a … Continue reading

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Critique Image Politics Reading Group (Syracuse University)

Organized by Gail Hamner and the CIP (Critique Image Politics) Group in the Department of Religion, Syracuse University

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[Please Don’t Insert Tasteless Holocaust Joke Here] [New York State Fair 2019

Adding this to the list of things you cannot un-see at the New York State Fair.

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