March 12, 2023

Translated Poetry: Between our Tongues (in Hebrew)

Download these poems When you asked me who I am – Ima or Mummy? Ima dripped between your lips rolling in it the salty taste of the sea and the smells of citrus fruits at the beginning of winter like the sweet drop of milk that my tongue was forcefully cut from Mummy carried an […]

March 12, 2023

Lost in Translation

Download this paper In her book Lost in Translation, Eva Hoffman describes a childhood game that encapsulates something about what is encrypted underneath the overt content of any translation. ‘I want to tell a story, every story, everything all at once’, she writes, ‘not anything in particular that might be said through the words I […]

November 8, 2020

Whose Story? Review: History of Modern Psychology, Lectures Delivered at ETH Zurich, Volume I, 1933-1934, by C. G. Jung, edited by Ernest Falzeder and translated by Mark Kyburz, John Perk, and Ernest Falzeder, Princeton University Press, 2019, ISBN: 978-0-691-18169-1

This volume is a detailed reconstruction of the first semester in a series of public lectures that Jung delivered at the ETH in Zurich between 1933-1941. “Like a complex Jigsaw puzzle”(1i), the editors assembled different transcripts and notes taken by participants at Jung’s lectures which, during many years’ work, has been translated, compared and edited. While […]