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Primo Levi for the Public

May
06

This half-day symposium brings together international scholars and writers engaged with the impact of Primo Levi, a chemist, writer, and humanist who survived Auschwitz and, through his writing, has provided the philosophical language to understand the Shoah—and the modern condition. The symposium celebrates the publication of Levi’s complete works in English (by translator Ann Goldstein, published by W. W. Norton in 2015) and probes Levi’s legacy.

Location:

UCLA Faculty Center
480 Charles E. Young Dr. South
Los Angeles, California 90095

For more information, please follow the link below:

http://www.cjs.ucla.edu

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