New article: HOLOCAUST TRANSLATION, COMMUNICATION AND WITNESS IN THE WORK OF H. G. ADLER

Helen Finch

I’m delighted to announce that my article ‘HOLOCAUST TRANSLATION, COMMUNICATION AND WITNESS IN THE WORK OF H. G. ADLER‘ has just been published in German Life and Letters. This is the first piece that I started working on when I commenced my H. G. Adler project in collaboration with Prof. Frank Finlay. It’s the product of much absorbed reading but as importantly, many long conversations with people who have been really helpful as my thoughts on Adler develop: Prof. Frank Finlay, who first introduced me to H. G. Adler; Prof. Peter Filkins, Adler’s translator (featured above); Prof. Peter Davies, co-director of the research network ‘Holocaust Writing and Translation’, and also Prof. Jeremy Adler, H. G. Adler’s son and tireless advocate for his father’s work. I am so very grateful to all of these colleagues and so many more for accompanying me on my journey with Adler’s…

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