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Peter Rabinowitz
OSU Series, Co-Edited by Peter Rabinowitz, Publishes New Book
"Theory and Interpretation of Narrative," the Ohio State University Press series co-edited by Professor of Comparative Literature Peter J. Rabinowitz and James Phelan, has just published its 29th volume: Patrick Colm Hogan's Understanding Nationalism: On Narrative, Cognitive Science, and Identity. More ...
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Peter Rabinowitz Gives Paper at International Conference on Narrative
Professor of Comparative Literature Peter J. Rabinowitz delivered a paper, "The Absence of Her Voice from that Concord," during a session on the "implied author" at the International Conference on Narrative in Birmingham, England, on June 5. The session, which grew out of debates about the implied author generated at the 2008 Narrative Conference, offered three significantly different perspectives on the validity of the concept, originally developed by Wayne Booth in The Rhetoric of Fiction. More ...
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Peter J. Rabinowitz Gives Paper at MLA Convention
Professor of Comparative Literature Peter J. Rabinowitz delivered a paper, "Inside the Text, Outside the Classroom: The Ethics of Narrative Ethics," during a special session at the MLA Convention in San Francisco on Dec. 28. More ...
Rabinowitz Presents at Feminism and Classics Conference
Nancy Sorkin Rabinowitz presented a paper, "Women for Sale on Attic Painted Pots," in a session she chaired titled "Out of the Margins: Women in Public Space" at "Bringing it All Back Home," the Feminism and Classics V conference, at the University of Michigan held May 8-11. More ...
Peter J. Rabinowitz Gives Paper at International Conference on Narrative
Professor of Comparative Literature Peter J. Rabinowitz delivered a paper, "Can a Sonata Have an Unreliable Narrator?: Focalization, Style, and Musical Rhetoric," at the International Conference on Narrative in Austin, Texas, on May 4. Intended as a contribution to the on-going theoretical discussions of the value of narrative theory in the analysis of music, the paper argued that the concept of the unreliable narrator—normally viewed as an essentially literary device without any musical equivalent—can illuminate the processes by which we listen to music and can increase our appreciation of music's expressive potential. More ...
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