Dr. Danielle Gurevitch

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Deputy Director for International Collaborations
Dr. Danielle Gurevitch
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Deputy Director of Bar Ilan's Institute for Nanotechnology and Advanced Materials (BINA).

Former director of the International Affairs office- Asia Division at VP for Research at BIU.

Over the years of activity, promoted International Academia (research and teaching) programs at the International arena, mainly focusing on cultural and historical ties between Israel and Asia.

In addition, Gurevitch stablished, directed, developed and lectures at the Multidisciplinary studies (Liberal Arts) at the faculty of Humanities at BIU, including the regional studies programs focusing on Asian studies and comparative religions studies between East and West.

Recipient of a visiting Professor degree from Nanjing University since March 2017.

Gurevitch is an ethnologist (Cultural studies) and a faculty member since 2003. Her Scientific academic work includes the History of Ideas, Contemporary Cultural studies, Fantasy Literature and cultural Diplomacy.

 

Publications

Books (as Chief editor)

"History of Ideas" Series, Graff Academics and Dangoor Centre, Bar Ilan University  (TBP 2020-2022)

  1. Love - On knights, heroes and forbidden loves: the stories of Marie de France; narrative and interpretation (Danielle Gurevitch)
  1. Tolerance - On the weakness of human judgment: What the West can learn from the East? (Daniel Sperber)
  1. Memory - On memory and forgetfulness: Nanjing Requiem / Ha Jin (Ran Shauli)
  1. Identity - On ethnic identity in a changing reality: the Uyghurs in China; Flood / Mohammed Bagrash (Michal Zeltzer-Lavid)
  1. Freedom – On gender, liberty and self-determination: the stories of Shieka Hhaliwa (Basilious Bawardy)
  1. Resistance – On resistance and bravery: The victory of 8 November 1942 (Jose Alboulker)

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Books (as editor)

  1. Shawn Edrei and Danielle Gurevitch (Eds.) Science Fiction: Beyond Borders. Cambridge Scholars Publishers. (TBP 2016-2017)
  1. Gurevitch, D. & Gomel E. (2013). With Both Feet in the Clouds: Fantasy in Israeli Literature. Boston: Academic Press. 309 pages
  1. Yanai, H. & Gurevitch, D. (2009). With Both Feet in the Clouds: Fantasy in Hebrew Literature. Beer-sheva: Heksherim Institute, Ben Gurion University (in Hebrew). 325 pages.

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Articles and Chapters in Books:

  1. Gurevitch D. The bon fei (happy ending): Juristic vs. poetics justice dilemma in Marie de France's Lai "Lanval", in: Alei-Mishpat, 14, College of Law and Business journal, Ramat Gan (2018)
  1. Gurevitch. D. Angels in Katzenelson Street. In: Science Fiction: Beyond Borders. Cambridge Scholars Publishers. (2016)
  1.  Gurevitch. D.  “Angels on Katzenelson Street: The Israeli Reader’s Attitude towards Fantastic Literature,” in Representations and Identities in the Jewish Diaspora (edited by Song, Lihong, translated into Chinese by Li Jiazhen and Ouyang Yuqian; Beijing: Social Sciences Academic Press, 2018), pp. 233-255.  达尼艾勒·古列维茨:《特拉维夫街头的天使:以色列读者对奇幻文学的态度》,载宋立宏主编:《犹太流散:表征与认同》,北京:社会科学文献出版社,2018年,第233-255页。
  1. Gurevitch. D. (2013). May He Come in Haste: Urban Fantasy in Soothsayer by Asaf Ashery" In Gurevitch, D. and Gomel, E. With Both Feet in the Clouds: Fantasy in Israeli Literature, Boston: Academic Press. pp. 56-86.
  1. Gurevitch, D. (2011). The Weasel, The Rose and Life after Death: Representations of Medieval Physiology in Marie de France's Eliduc. In C.C. Barfoot, C. C.and Tinkler-Villani, V. (Eds.) Restoring the Mystery of the Rainbow: Literature's reflection of Science. Amsterdam and New York: Rodopi. pp. 209-224.
  1. Gurevitch, D. and Bibring, T. (2010). Curia Regis: From the Restrictions of Legal Justice to the Horizons of Emotional Justice in King Arthur's Court. In Stern, Y. (Ed.) My Justice, Your Justice. Jerusalem: The Zalman Shazar Center. pp. 391-420. (in Hebrew).
  1. Gurevitch, D. (2009). The Kingdom of David in King Arthur Legends. In Yanai, H. and Gurevitch, D. With Both Feet in the Clouds: Fantasy in Hebrew Literature. Beer-sheva: Heksherim Institute, Ben-Gurion University. pp. 222-248. (in Hebrew)
  1. Gurevitch, D. (2009). What is Fantasy? In: Yanai, H. and Gurevitch, D. (Eds.) With Both Feet in the Clouds: Fantasy in Hebrew Literature. Beer-sheva: Heksherim Institute, Ben Gurion University. pp. 13-28. (in Hebrew).
  1.  Gurevitch, D. (2013). What is Fantasy? In: Gurevitch, D. and Gomel, E. (Eds.) With Both Feet in the Clouds: Fantasy in Israeli Literature. Boston: Academic Press. pp. 11-25.

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Articles in periodicals

  1. Gurevitch, D. (2015). Symbolism and Fantasy of the biblical Leviathan: From monster of the abyss to redeemer of the prophets. in JISMOR, Journal of the Interdisciplinary Study of Monotheistic Religions, Doshisha University Center for Interdisciplinary Study of Monotheistic Religions, issue 10, pp. 50-68.

1.1   Gurevitch, D. (2015). Symbolism and Fantasy of the biblical Leviathan: From monster of the abyss to redeemer of the prophets. in JISMOR, Journal of the Interdisciplinary Study of Monotheistic Religions, Doshisha University Center for Interdisciplinary Study of Monotheistic Religions, issue 10, pp. 40-58 (in Japanese).

  1. Gurevitch, D. (2014). From midlife crisis to regeneration and personal growth: "Don Quixote" by Cervantes as a psychotherapeutic rehabilitation therapy tool. In Academic Journal of Creative Art Therapies, Haifa University, issue 4 (2). pp. 447-456. (in Hebrew).

3.1 Gurevitch, D. (2014). The Journey to the Self: Stages of Trauma and Initiation in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight. In Academic Journal of Creative Art Therapies, Haifa University, issue 4 (2). pp. 292-304.

3.2 Gurevitch, D. (2014). The Journey to the Self: Stages of Trauma and Initiation in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight. In Academic Journal of Creative Art Therapies, Haifa University, issue 4 (2). pp. 435-446. (in Hebrew)

  1. Gurevitch, D. (2013). Fantastic literature at the beginning of the third   millennium: Terror, Religion, and the Hogwarts Syndrome, In Through the   Looking Glass, issue 3 of 17 (1). 
  2. Gurevitch, D. (2005). Analytical-Psychology approach to the love-hate relationship between King Arthur and Morgan Le Fay in Malory's 'Le Mort D'arthur', In Mirator, University of Jyväsklä, Finland. pp. 1-17.
  3. Gurevitch, D. (2011). (Imagi)nation: Poetic justice in the service of monarchy: On King Arthur legends as political tool in the Plantagenet and Tudor dynasties. In Criticism and Interpretation: Journal for Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and Culture (43), Bar Ilan University. pp. 382-357. (in Hebrew)