Na’ama Rokem, Assistant Professor of Hebrew Literature in the Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations, works on Modern Hebrew and German-Jewish literature, with particular emphasis on genre theory, translation theory, bilingualism, multi-lingual Jewish cultures, and the emergence of Hebrew as a Jewish national language. She is currently completing her first book, in which she argues that prose—as a figure of thought, a mode and a medium—played an instrumental role in the literary foundations of the Zionist revolution. Her future research focuses on German-Hebrew bilingualism, starting with the bilingual drafts of celebrated Israeli poet Yehuda Amichai.
JWSC 20006. Jewish Thought and Literature III: The Intellectual Worlds of the Modern Jew. Spring. 2009
NEHC 30406. Jewish Thought and Literature III: The Multilingual Twentieth Century. Spring 2010
HEBR 30586. Israeli Poetry. Spring 2010