The Devil, the Saints and the Church: Reading Hochhuth’s ‘The Deputy’ (New York: Peter Lang Publishing House, 2004). (Book review at Literature and Theology, December 2004; vol. 18, p, 495-496, in Newsletter of the Association of Contemporary Church Historians, November 2004, Vol. X, no 11 and in Implicit Religion, Vol 8 No. 3 (2005), p. 321-323). The Nazi Devil:Mann’s Mephisto and Hochhuth’s The Deputy (Hebrew), (Jerusalem: The Hebrew University Magnes Press, 2010). (Book review at: Academic Translations (from English into Hebrew) E. R. Dodds, The Greeks and the Irrational, (Jerusalem: Bialik Institute (in print)). E. E. Evans-Prichard, Theories of … Continue Reading →

Emanuela Barasch-Rubinstein

Emanuela Barasch-Rubinstein is a scholar in the Humanities. She focuses on cultural symbols and themes, and studies their effect on human behavior. Emanuela was born in Jerusalem. Her parents fled their homes in Eastern Europe at the outbreak of World War II, wandered for years during the war, until they finally came to Israel. Her father was an art historian, Moshe Barasch. He encouraged her humanistic education and enthusiastically nurtured any intellectual curiosity. The choice of studying in the faculty of the Humanities at the Hebrew University was a natural one. Her B.A. is in Comparative Literature and Philosophy. Her … Continue Reading →