13 March 2023 - 13 March 2023
4:00PM - 5:00PM
Elvet Riverside 206, Durham University and Zoom
Living Texts Seminar Series presents a reading by Tomer Gardi of his new novel Eine runde Sache.
Tomer Gardi winning the Preis der Leipziger Buchemesse (Leipzig Book Fair prize) 2022 in the fiction category
You are warmly invited by Dr Yael Almog, Gina Wrobel and the research group Living Texts to renowned German Israeli author Tomer Gardi’s reading of his new novel (in German, with English translation provided) followed by discussion on Monday 13 March, 4-5pm in Elvet Riverside 206 and on Zoom.
Access the seminar Zoom link here
Gardi’s work has been greatly celebrated in Germany and Austria. His novel Broken German (2016) was adapted into a prize-winning radio program and was reviewed extensively in the press, following Gardi’s nomination to the prestigious Bachmann Prize. Eine Runde Sache (2022) has already won vast recognition, having been awarded the Leipzig Book Fair prize. Moving between languages (particularly German and Hebrew), Gardi's novels engage with migration as a constitutive literary phenomenon.
The discussion with Tomer Gardi, led by Dr Almog, will be in English.
The event is kindly supported by DAAD London ‘Centre Stage Deutsch’.
Elvet Riverside 206, Durham University and Zoom.
Access the Zoom link here