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Vivian Liska  
    

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    gewoon hoogleraar
afdeling:
    Departement Letterkunde
interne mandaten:
    Departementsraad Letterkunde
Directeur Instituut Joodse Studies
Leescommissie IV
Onderwijscommissie Taal-en Letterkunde
Onderwijscommissie Wijsbegeerte
Onderzoeksraad
Raad Centrum voor Migratie-en Integratiestudies (CeMIS)
bedrijfsadres:
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Grote Kauwenberg 18
2000 Antwerpen
Stadscampus
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lange Winkelstraat 40
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ACADEMIC PROFILE
Distinguished Visiting Professor

Professor




Assistant
Lecturer
Hebrew University, Jerusalem

University of Antwerp
Senior Professor (Gewoon Hoogleraar) (Ordinarius)
Professor (Hoogleraar)
Senior Lecturer (Hoofddocent)
Lecturer (Docent)
University of Antwerp
University of Maryland (European Division)
2014-


2008-
2003
1999
1996
1991-1996
1989-1990
Director Institute of Jewish Studies (University of Antwerp) since 2001
PhD
Licentiate
BA
University of Antwerp
University of Antwerp
University of Maryland (European Division)
1996
1987
1984


VISITING ASSIGNMENTS
Visiting Professorship New York University
Visiting Professorship Hebrew University
Fellow at the Center of Advanced Judaic Studies, University of Pennsylvania
Universität Köln (Lehrauftrag Hauptseminar)
Fellow at the Zentrum für Literatur- und Kulturforschung, Berlin
Member of the Visiting Staff at New York University
Honorary Guest-Chair Emile Verhaeren, Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB)
Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
Universität Wien
2013
2013
2010
2008
2007
2006-
2004
2002
2001


EXTRA-UNIVERSITY ACTIVITIES & MEMBERSHIPS

Editor of the book series "Perspectives on Jewish Texts and Contexts", De Gruyter
Member of the Leescommissie IV, OZR UA
Editor of the Yearbook of the Society for European-Jewish Literature (with A. Bodenheimer)
Member of the Scientific Advisory Board of the Fakultät für Philologie und Kulturwissenschaften, Universität Wien
Member of the Advisory Board of the Zentrum für Literatur- und Kulturforschung Berlin - ZfL Berlin
Member of the FWO Commission "Literatuur en Kunst"
President of the Scientific Board for the Martin Buber Werkausgabe
Member of the Executive Board of the Society for European-Jewish Literature
Member of the Executive Board of the International Walter Benjamin Society
Editor of arcadia. International Journal of Literary Studies (with J. Neubauer)
Member of the Editorial Board of Benjamin-Studien
Member of the Editorial Board of KulturPoetik
Treasurer of the Coordinating Committee of the International Comparative Literature Association (ICLA)
Director of the Project “Modernism” in the ICLA Series “History of the European Literatures” (with Astradur Eysteinsson)
Member of the Executive Board of the Museum of Modern Art, Antwerp (M HKA)
Member of the Board of the Centre for Migration and Intercultural Studies (CeMIS), University of Antwerp
Member of the Board of the Center for Active Pluralism Pieter Gillis, University of Antwerp

2013
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2010-
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2007-
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2000-
2007-
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2004-2012


AWARDS

Ehrenkreuz der Republik Österreich für Wissenschaft und Kunst (Cross of Honor of the Republic of Austria for Sciences and the Arts)
Prize of the Modernist Studies Association

2012                           
2008

PUBLICATIONS
MONOGRAPHS, EDITED BOOKS AND SPECIAL ISSUES

Liska, Vivian, “Messianic Language and the Idea of Prose: Benjamin and Agamben”, in Anna Glazova and Paul North (eds.) Messianic Thought Outside Theology, New York: Fordham University Press 2014, ISBN 978-0-8232-5672-3, 93-104.

Liska, Vivian, "Before the Law stands a doorkeeper. To this doorkeeper comes a man...": Kafka, Narrative, and the Law. Rutgers German Studies Occasional Papers No. 16 (2014), (The Rodig Lecture 2013). New Jersey, Rutgers University 2014, 26 p.

Liska, Vivian (ed.). Gershom Scholem, Lament and Lamentation. Special issue of Jewish Studies Quarterly 21:1. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2014. ISSN 0944-5706-21, 2014, 100 p.

Liska, Vivian, Sylvia Jaworski (ed.). Am Rand: Grenzen und Peripherien in der europäisch-jüdischen Literatur. Text + Kritik, München 2013. ISBN-13: 978-3869162034, p. 230.

Liska, Vivian, Jumping out of History. Hannah Arendt and Franz Kafka (in Hebrew). Ramat Gan: Bar Ilan University Press, 2012, 25 p. (Braun lectures in the history of the Jews in Prussia; 17).

Liska, Vivian. Fremde Gemeinschaft. Deutsch-jüdische Literatur der Moderne, Göttingen: Wallstein, 2011. ISBN 978-3-8353-0927-6, p. 342.

Liska, Vivian, Sonja Klein, Karl Solibakke, Bernd Witte. Gedächtnisstrategien und Medien im interkulturellen Dialog, Würzburg: Königshausen & Neumann, 2011. ISBN 978-3-8260-4183-9, p. 312.

Liska, Vivian. Hameshichut ha'rikah shel Giorgio Agamben. Tel Aviv: Resling, 2010. Dana Code 0058500004110, p. 157.

Liska, Vivian, Sascha Kirchner, Karl Solibakke, and Bernd Witte, eds. Walter Benjamin und das Wiener Judentum zwischen 1900 und 1938. Würzburg: Königshausen und Neumann, 2009. ISBN 3-8260-4246-1978, p. 156. 

Liska, Vivian. When Kafka Says We. Uncommon Communities in German-Jewish Literature. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2009. ISBN 978-0-253-35308-5, p. 256.

Liska, Vivian, and Eva Meyer, eds. What Does the Veil Know?. Zürich: Edition Voldemeer. Wien/New York: Springer, 2009. ISBN 978-3-211-99289-0, p. 101.

Liska, Vivian. Giorgio Agambens leerer Messianismus. Wien: Schlebrügge Editor, 2008. ISBN 978-3-85160-112-1, p. 67.

Liska, Vivian, Ortrud Gutjahr, and Béatrice Dumiche, eds., Geschlechterdifferenzen als Kulturkonflikte. “Germanistik im Konflikt der Kulturen”, Akten des XI. Internationalen Germanistenkongresses Paris 2005, Band 10, Jahrbuch für Internationale Germanistik, Vol. 86.. Ed. J.-M. Valentin. Bern et al.: Peter Lang, 2007. ISBN 978-3-03910-801-5  

Liska, Vivian, and Thomas Nolden, eds. Contemporary Jewish Writing in Europe: A Guide. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2007. ISBN 0-253-34875-7

Liska, Vivian, and Astradur Eysteinsson, eds. Modernism. A Comparative History of Literatures in European Languages XXI. 2 vols. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 2007. ISBN 978-90-272-3454-2 (Winner of the 2008 MSA Book Prize)
 
Liska, Vivian, and Mark Gelber, eds. Theodor Herzl between Europe and Zion. Conditio Judaica 67. Tübingen: Niemeyer Verlag, 2007. ISBN 978-3-484-65167-8
 
Liska, Vivian, Arthur Cools, Sabine Hillen, and Erik Oger, eds. De macht van de sirene: kennis en verleiding in de moderniteit. Gent: Academia Press, 2007. ISBN 13 978 90 382 1139 8

Liska, Vivian. Det utidssvarende i den tyske ekspressionisme. Publication Series of the Center for Modernismeforskning. Arbejdspapir 2. Aalborg:  Aalborg Universitet, 2006. ISBN 87-90830-22-9

Liska, Vivian. Irgendwo/Ergens. Wetteren: Cultura nv, 2005. ISBN 90-728-2830-5

Liska, Vivian, and Ortwin De Graef, eds. Special Issue on Trauma Studies. EJES European Journal of English Studies 7:3. London: Routledge, 2003. ISSN 1382-5577

Liska, Vivian. Die Moderne - ein Weib. Am Beispiel von Romanen Ricarda Huchs und Annette Kolbs. Tübingen: Francke, 2000. ISBN 3-7720-2751-2

Liska, Vivian. Die Dichterin und das schelmische Erhabene. Else Lasker-Schülers "Die Nächte Tino von Bagdads". Tübingen: Francke, 1998. ISBN 3-7720-2181-6

Liska, Vivian, and Geert Lernout, eds. (Festschrift Jean Paul Bier) . Zwischen allen Stühlen: opstellen en voordrachten. Leuven: Acco, 1998. ISBN 90-334-4029-6

Liska, Vivian. Die Nacht der Hymnen: Paul Celans Gedichte 1938-1944. Bern: Peter Lang, 1993. ISBN 3-9067-5029-9
 

ARTICLES AND REVIEWS

2014

Liska Vivian, Gesetzlose Erbschaft. Hannah Arendt und Giorgio Agamben. Hannah Arendt zwischen den Disziplinen, Ulrich Baer und Amir Eshel [eds.], (Manhattan Manuscripts Eckart Goebel, Paul Fleming und John T. Hamilton [eds.], vol. 10) ISBN: 978-3-8353-1373-6, Göttingen, Wallstein, 2014, p. 183-195.

Liska, Vivian, "On Lament and Lamentation", introduction Jewish Studies Quarterly 21:1, ISSN 0944-5706-21, 2014, p. 1-3.

Liska, Vivian, "The End or the Beginning: Jewish Modernity and the Reception of Rahel Varnhagen". In: Jewish Culture in Early Modern Europe. Richard Cohen, Nathalie Dohrmann, Adam Shear and Elchanan Reiner (eds.), University of Pittsburgh Press, 2014. ISBN 978-0-8229-4433-1, p. 344-355.

2013

Liska, Vivian, "On German-Jewish Thinkers not knowing Hebrew". In: Prooftexts 33:1, ISSN 1086-3311-33, 2013, p. 140-146.

Liska, Vivian, Benyamini Itzhak, Cohen Joseph, Zagoury-Orly Raphael. Al Ha'avraham shel Kafka (On Kafkas Abraham: a midrash on a modern page). Kafka: perspectivot chadashot (Kafka: new perspectives) / Shamir, Ziva [edit.]; e.a., Sifra, Tel Aviv, 2013, p. 322-345.

Liska, Vivian, Tamara Eisenberg. "A Travel Guide to Palestine. Walter Benjamin in Israel.” In: Benjamins Grenzgänge / Benjamin‘s Frontiers. Gerhard Richter, Karl Solibakke and Bernd Witte (eds.) Würzburg: Königshausen & Neumann, 2013. ISBN: 978-3-8260-4223-2, p. 121-150.

Liska, Vivian, "Sprache und Gesetz im Messianismus Walter Benjamins und Giorgio Agambens". In: Wilhelm Voßkamp, Günter Blamberger und Martin Roussel (ed.), Möglichkeitsdenken. Utopie und Dystopie in der Gegenwart. Fink Verlag, Reihe "Morphomata", München 2013, ISBN 978-3-7705-5554-3, p. 137-155.

Liska, Vivian, "Man kann verjuden: Paradoxes of Exemplarity", in: Against the Grain. Intellectuals in Hard Times. Edited by Ezra Mendelsohn, Stefani Hoffman and Richard Cohen, Berghahn, New York, Oxford 2013, ISBN 978-I-78238-002-3, p. 198-210.

Liska, Vivian, "Kafka und das Andere", in Alterität. Festschrift für Heidy Margrit Müller, Inge Arteel, Katja Lochman (ed.) Stauffenburg, Tübingen 2013, ISBN 978-3-86057-515-4, p. 31-44.

Liska, Vivian, "Exil und Exemplarität. Jüdische Wurzellosigkeit als Denkfigur", in Literatur und Exil. Neue Perspektiven, Doerte Bischoff et al. (ed.), De Gruyter, Berlin 2013, ISBN 978-3-11-028564-2, p. 239-255.

Liska, Vivian, "Walter Benjamins dialectiek van de opmerkzaamheid", in Filosofie, jg. 23, nr. 4/134, juli-augustus 2013, ISSN 2034-1229, p. 15-20.

Liska, Vivian, "Before the Law stands a doorkeeper. To this doorkeeper comes a man...": Kafka, Narrative, and the Law. Naharaim, Vol. 6/2. ISSN 1862-9156, p. 175-194.

Liska, Vivian, "Kafka, Modernism, and Literary Theory". In: Jean-Michel Rabaté (ed.) A Handbook of Modernism Studies, Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2013, ISBN 978-0-470-65873-4, p. 75-86.

Liska, Vivian, "Die Idee des Albums. Zu einer Poetik der Potentialität". In: Anke Kramer, Annegret Pelz (ed.), Album. Organisationsform narrativer Kohärenz. Göttingen: Wallstein Verlag, 2013, ISBN 978-3-8353-1174-9, p. 35-40.

Liska, Vivian, "Winged Words and Wounded Voices: Geoffrey Hartman on Midrash and Testimony." In: The Jewish Quarterly Review - ISSN 0021-6682-103:2(2013), p. 133-140.


2012

Liska, Vivian, "Vom Zentrieren der Ränder: Rahel Varnhagen im Spiegel der Gegenwart." In: Traditionen jüdischen Denkens in Europa, Schönberg, Sibylle [edit.]. ISBN 9783503137138, Berlin, Erich Schmidt (2012), p. 43-63.

Liska, Vivian, "Messianic Language and the Idea of Prose: Benjamin and Agamben." In: Bamidbar. Journal for Jewish Thought and Philosophy, 2/2012, 44-57.

Liska, Vivian, "Aneignung und Abwehr: jüdische Tradition im neuen Denken". Jahrbuch - Yearbook XI / Simon-Dubnow-Institute, ISBN 978-3-525-36941-8, Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, Göttingen, 2012, p. 35-55.

Liska, Vivian, recensie: Sarah Hammerschlag, "The Figural Jew. Politics and Identity in Postwar French Thought". In: European Journal of Jewish Studies [The Journal of the European Association for Jewish Studies], ISSN: 1025-9996, 6/2 (2012), 303-308.

Liska, Vivian, "Messia davanti alla Legge: Giorgio Agamben, Walter Benjamin e Kafka." Studi su Agamben / Dell'Aia, Luca [edit.], ISBN 9788867050260, Milano, Ledizioni Ledi Publishing, 2012, p. 44-60.

Liska, Vivian, "Elusive Pasts". In: Dispersal and redemption: the future dynamics of memory studies: a roundtable with Vermeulen Pieter, Craps Stef, Crownshaw Richard, de Graef Ortwin, Huyssen Andreas, Miller David. Memory studies - ISSN 1750-6980 - 5:2(2012), p. 223-239.

Liska, Vivian, "Two Kinds of Strangers. The Correspondence between Ingeborg Bachmann and Paul Celan." In: 'Die Waffen nieder! Lay Down your Weapons!' Ingeborg Bachmanns Schreiben gegen den Krieg, Karl Ivan Solibakke (edit.) e.a., Königshausen & Neumann, Würzburg 2012. ISBN 978-3-8260-4910-1, p. 95-103.

Liska Vivian, "Vom Talmud zur Frankfurter Schule", Illustrierte Neue Welt (2012.06/07), p. 12.

Liska, Vivian, "On Getting it Right. Moshe Idel's Old Worlds, New Mirrors", in The Jewish Quarterly Review, Vol. 102/2 Spring 2012, ISSN 0021-6682 - 102:2(2012), p. 297-302.

Liska, Vivian, "A Marvelous Leeway. Walter Benjamin's Farewell to Europe", in: Eckart Goebel (ed.) Escape to Life. German Intellectuals in New York, De Gruyter, Berlin, New York, 2012, ISBN 978-3-11-025867-7, p. 111-128. (Republished in paperback 2013)

Liska, Vivian, "A Lawless Legacy: Hannah Arendt and Giorgio Agamben", in: Hannah Arendt and the Law, Marco Goldoni and Christopher McCorkindale (eds.) Hart Publishing, Oxford and Portland 2012, ISBN 9781849461436, p. 89-97. (Republished in paperback from 2013)

Liska, Vivian, "Wir" sagen. Zur Frage der Zugehörigkeit und Gemeinschaft. In: Lebensmodell Diaspora. Über moderne Nomaden. Isolde Charim, Gertraud Auer Borea (Ed.), Transcript Verlag, Bielefeld 2012, ISBN 978-3-8376-1872-3, p. 175-185.

Liska, Vivian, "Wat ertoe doet: de eeuw van Paul Celan." In: actuele joodse kunst. Kunsttijdschrift Vlaanderen / Christelijk Vlaams Kunstenaarsverbond - ISSN 0042-7683 - 61 (2012), p. 17-21.

Liska, Vivian, The Blind and the Lame. Marie Luise Kaschnitz's Zoon Politikon. In: Nathanael Riemer [edit.] - Jewish Lifeworlds and Jewish Thought. ISBN 978-3-447-06634-1, Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag, 2012, p. 333-343.

Liska, Vivian, Ausschluss und Gleichschaltung. Franz Kafkas Gemeinschaften. In: Assmann, Baasner, Wertheimer (ed.), Normen, Standards, Werte - was die Welt zusammenhält, Nomos Verlag, Baden-Baden 2012, ISBN 978-3-8329-7019, 157-164.


2011

Liska, Vivian, Bernd Witte. Europa. In: Dan Diner [edit.] Enzyklopädie jüdischer Geschichte und Kultur. Stuttgart, Weimar: Metzler 2011, Bd.2, S. 278-285.
 
Liska, Vivian, Brittaniens Töchter und andere Ergebungen. Ilse Aichingers "Surrender". In: Wort-Anker Werfen. Ilse Aichinger und England, ed. Rüdiger Görner, Christine Ivanovic and Sugi Shindo Königshausen & Neumann, Würzburg 2011. ISBN 978-3-8260-4780-0, p. 103-120.
 
Liska, Vivian, Arvi Sepp. "Kafka, Franz", in: Judaism and Jewish Culture, Judith Baskin (ed.), Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, New York, Melbourne et al., 2011 ISBN 978-0-521-82597-9, p. 355-356.
 
Liska, Vivian, Arvi Sepp. "Literature: Contemporary Jewish European", in: The Cambridge Dictionary of Judaism and Jewish Culture, Judith Baskin (ed.), Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, New York, Melbourne et al., 2011 ISBN 978-0-521-82597-9, p. 376-377.
 
Liska, Vivian. Auf den Plätzen des Schweigens: späte Begegnungen mit Paul Celan, Jahrbuch für internationale Germanistik - ISSN 0449-5233 - 43:1 (2011), p. 15-34.
 
Liska, Vivian. Review of Sandro Pignotti. Walter Benjamin - Judentum und Literatur. Tradition, Ursprung, Lehre mit einer kurzen Geschichte des Zionismus (=Cultura, Bd. 46). Freiburg i.B. [u.a]: Rombach 2009. In: Pardes. Zeitschrift der Vereinigung für Jüdische Studien, 17, Universitätsverlag Potsdam, 2011, ISSN 1614-6492, p. 285-288.
 
Liska, Vivian. "Walter Benjamin's Dialectics of Attentiveness," in: Symposium: A Quarterly Journal in Modern Literatures 64.1 (2011): 16-25.

Liska, Vivian. "Märtyrertum als interreligiöses Skandalon in moderner jüdischer Literatur." Geschichte und Gegenwart von Märtyrern in verschiedenen Religionskulturen. Ed. Martin Treml. München: Fink Verlag, 2011. 83-99.

Liska, Vivian. "Den europäischen Kreis im Rücken: Walter Benjamins langer Abschied von Europa." Jüdisches Schreiben zwischen 1930 und 1950. Hg. Alfred Bodenheimer, Barbara Breysach. München: Edition Text+Kritik, 2011. 32-53. 

Liska, Vivian. "Die Reproduzierbarkeit des Angelus Novus im Augenblick der Gefahr.Walter Benjamins Engel der Geschichte in Israel." Gedächtnisstrategien und Medien im interkulturellen Dialog. Ed. Bernd Witte. Würzburg: Königshausen & Neumann, 2011. ISBN 978-3-8260-4183-9


2010

Liska, Vivian. "Der Messias in der Schriftmaschine: Gesetz und Schrift in Giorgio Agambens Lektüre von Giorgio Agambens 'In der Strafkolonie'." in: Heilige versus unheilige Schrift. Ed. Martin A. Hainz. Wien: Passagen Verlag, 2010. 173-183.

Liska, Vivian. "Der Bau." Kafka Handbuch. Leben - Werk - Wirkung. Eds. Manfred Engel und Bernd Auerochs. Weimar: Metzler Verlag. 337-343.

Liska, Vivian with Arthur Cools. “The Glory and the Abyss, Blanchot’s Le Ressassement eternél.” Clandestine Encounters. Ed. Kevin Hart. Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 32-61.

Liska, Vivian with Thomas Nolden. "Transregional regionalitet: Europa." Literatur i bevaegelse: nye tilgange til verdenslitteratur. Ed. Dan Ringgaard et. al. Aarhus: Aarhus Universitetsforlag, 2010. 97-106. 

Liska, Vivian. “As if not. Giorgio Agamben reading Kafka.” Messianism and Politics. Kabbalah, Benjamin, Agamben. Eds. Vittoria Borso, Claas Morgenroth, Karl Solibakke und Bernd Witte. Würzburg: Königshausen und Neumann, Königshausen & Neumann, 2010, 159-174.

Liska, Vivian. “Messianism and the Law.” Preface to Messianism and Politics. Kabbalah, Benjamin, Agamben. Eds. Vittoria Borso, Claas Morgenroth, Karl Solibakke und Bernd Witte. Würzburg: Königshausen und Neumann, Königshausen & Neumann, 2011, 11-12.

Liska, Vivian. “Zur Aktualität von Walter Benjamins messianischem Erbe. Giorgio Agamben und andere Anwärter: In: Daniel Weidner (ed.), Profanes Leben. Walter Benjamins Dialektik der Säkularisierung. Frankfurt a.M., Suhrkamp 2010, ISBN: 978-3-518-29563-2, p. 213-238.

Liska, Vivian, “Bloedwens. Bij een vroeg gedicht van Paul Celan,” Ingrijpende gedichten. Ed. Ton Naaikens, Armada nr. 56, Wereldbibliotheek, 2010. http://literairetijdschriften.org/vervolg.php?id=28&af=96


Liska Vivian. “The Uprising of Things”, Animism / Francke, Anselm [edit.] - ISBN 978-1-933128-95-5 - Berlin, Sternberg Press, 2010, p. 132-134.

Liska, Vivian Het grote besluit en het kleine verschil. Kafka, het vrouwelijke en het einde, Kafka Katern jg. 18/1 2010, 9-14.


2009

Liska, Vivian. "Bloedwens. Bij een vroeg gedicht van Paul Celan." Armada. Tijdschrift voor wereldliteratuur 56, 'Ingrijpende Gedichten' (October 2009): 109-114. 
Liska, Vivian. “Upon Revisiting: the Veil.” What Does the Veil Know? Eds. Vivian Liska and Eva Meyer. Zürich: Edition Voldemeer. Wien/New York: Springer, 2009. 12-18.

Liska, Vivian. “Kafka, das Andere und das Ende.” Finis. Paradoxien des Endens. Eds. Peter Brandes and Burckhardt Lindner. Frankfurt: Fink Verlag, 2009. 131-151.

Liska, Vivian. “Messianic Endgames in German-Jewish Expressionism.” Europa! Europa? The Avant-Garde, Modernism and the Fate of a Continent. Berlin, New York:Walter de Gruyter, 2009.

Liska, Vivian. Rev. of 86 und die Folgen: Robert Schindel, Robert Menasse und Doron Rabinovici im literarischen Feld Österreichs, by Matthias Beilein. The German Quarterly 82.3 (2009): 402-404.

Liska, Vivian. “In the Wake of the Child.” European Judaism 42:1 (2009): 107-120.

Liska, Vivian. “Eros, Narzissus und Grammaton. Else Lasker-Schülers Erfindung der modernen Poesie.” Narziss und Eros. Bild oder Text? Ed. Eckart Goebel. Göttingen: Wallstein Verlag, 2009. 208-229.

Liska, Vivian. “The Legacy of Walter Benjamin’s Messianism. Giorgio Agamben and other Contenders.” Walter Benjamin Companion. Ed. Rolf Goebel. Rochester: Camden House, 2009. 195-216.

Liska, Vivian. “Die Mortifikation der Kritik: zum Nachleben von Walter Benjamins Wahlverwandtschaften-Essay.” Walter Benjamin und die romantische Moderne. Ed. H. Brüggemann. Würzburg: Königshausen und Neumann, 2009. 247-262.

Liska, Vivian. “Wie Sonntagskinder. Walter Benjamins und Giorgio Agambens Ideen der Prosa.” Narration und Ethik. Ed. Claudia Öhlschläger. Münster: Fink Verlag, 2009. 37-52.

2008

Liska, Vivian and Tamara Eisenberg. “A Travel Guide to Palestine. Walter Benjamin in Israel.” Naharaim. Zeitschrift für deutsch-jüdische Literatur und Kulturgeschichte, Vol. 2, issue 2 (2008): 301-328.

Liska, Vivian, and Arvi Sepp. Rev. of Anglo-American Modernity and the Mediterranean, by Caroline Patey, Giovanni Cianci and Francesca Cuojati (eds.) Rivista di letterature moderne e comparate, 61:3 (2008): 365-369.

Liska, Vivian. “The Right Theory, the Abysmal Song, and the Cunning of Literature: Adorno, Kafka, Blanchot and the Sirens.” Phrasis: Studies in Language and Literature, 49:1 (2008): 43-59.

Liska, Vivian. “Making it mean and making it matter: Modernism for the Twenty-First Century.” Translocal Modernisms: International Perspectives. Ed. Irene Ramalho Santos, et al. Bern: Peter Lang, 2008. 121-138.

Liska, Vivian. “Brücken. Robert Schindel gedenkt Paul Celan” Germanistische Mitteilungen 67 (2008): 213-220.

Liska, Vivian. “Het grote besluit en het kleine verschil. Kafka, het vrouwelijke en het einde,” Deus ex machina, tijdschrift voor actuele literatuur, nr. 125/32, juni 2008. 20-28.

Liska, Vivian. “Die Tradierbarkeit der Lücke in der Zeit. Arendt, Agamben und Kafka.” Hannah Arendt und Giorgio Agamben. Parallelen, Perspektiven, Kontroversen. Eds. Eva Geulen, Georg Mein, and Kai Kauffmann Kai. Münster: Fink Verlag, 2008. 191-206.

Liska, Vivian. “Nach dem Schweigen. Memoria in der österreichisch-jüdischen Gegenwartsliteratur.” Literatur im Krebsgang. Totenbeschwörung und memoria in der deutschsprachigen Literatur nach 1989. Eds. Anke Gilleir, and Arne de Winde. Amsterdamer Beiträge zur Neueren Germanistik 64. Amsterdam, New York: Rodopi, 2008. 215-227.

Liska, Vivian. “Kafka und die Frauen.” Kafka-Handbuch: Leben, Werk, Wirkung. Ed. Bettina von Jagow. Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2008. 61-71.

2007

Liska, Vivian. “La voix d’Israël. Prosopopée et signe messianique dans les “Chœurs d’après minuit” de Nelly Sachs.” Nelly Sachs. Ethique et Modernité. Eds. André Lerousseau, Claude Cazalé-Bérard, and André Combes. Lille: Editions Travaux et recherches, 2007. 111-124.

Liska, Vivian. “Als ob nicht: Messianismus in Giorgio Agambens Kafka-Lektüren.” Die gouvernementale Maschine: zur politischen Philosophie Giorgio Agambens. Ed. Janine Böckelmann. Münster: Unrast, 2007. 75-89.

Liska, Vivian, and Astradur Eysteinsson. “Approaching modernism.” Introduction. Modernism. A Comparative History of Literatures in European Languages XXI. Eds. Vivian Liska, and Astradur Eysteinsson. Vol. 1. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins. 2007. 1-10.

Liska, Vivian. “Secret Affinities: Contemporary Jewish Writing in Austria.” Contemporary Jewish Writing in Europe: a Guide. Eds. Vivian Liska and Thomas Nolden. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2007. 39-66.

Liska, Vivian. “A spectral mirror image: Stefan Zweig and his critics.” Stefan Zweig Reconsidered: New Perspectives on his Literary and Biographical Writings. Ed. Mark H. Gelber. Tübingen: Niemeyer Verlag, 2007. 203-217.

Liska, Vivian. “The Untimeliness of German Expressionism.” Modernism. A Comparative History of Literatures in European Languages XXI. Eds. Vivian Liska, and Astradur Eysteinsson. Vol. 1. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 2007. 195-206.

Liska, Vivian, and Astradur Eysteinsson. Afterword. Modernism. A Comparative History of Literatures in European Languages XXI. Eds. Vivian Liska, and Astradur Eysteinsson. Vol. 2. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 2007. 1009-1012.

Liska, Vivian. “Van feministische literatuurkritiek naar Gendered Cultural Studies: een kritische toetssteen.” Een vrouw die schrijft! Literatuur en literatoren feministisch bekeken. Eds. Heidy Margit Müller and Inge Arteel. Brussel: Politeia, 2007. 5-22.

Liska, Vivian. “Judenstimmen, Menschenton. Die Frage nach dem Jüdischen in Robert Menasses Die Vertreibung aus der Hölle.” Was einmal wirklich war. Zum Werk von Robert Menasse. Ed. Eva Schörkhuber. Wien: Sonderzahl, 2007. 134-147.

Liska, Vivian. “A Vision out of Sight. Theodor Herzl’s Late Philosophical Tales.” Theodor Herzl between Europe and Zion. Conditio Judaica 67. Eds. Vivian Liska and Mark Gelber. Tübingen: Niemeyer Verlag, 2007. 161-173.

Liska, Vivian. “Het lied van de sirenen en het zwijgen van de goden.” De macht van de sirene: kennis en verleiding in de moderniteit. Eds. Vivian Liska, Arthur Cools, Sabine Hillen, and Eric Oger. Gent: Academia Press, 2007. 57-70.

Liska, Vivian, and Thomas Nolden. “Prismatic Spaces. Europe, Literature and the Jews.” Yearbook of Comparative and General Literature. Bloomington, Indiana: Department of Comparative Literature, Indiana University, and The University of Toronto Press, 2007. 141-154.

2006


Liska, Vivian. “Saving Confusions. Else Lasker-Schüler’s Poetics of Redemption.” Transversal. Zeitschrift des Centrums für jüdische Studien. Ed. Klaus Hödl. Innsbruck – Wien – Bozen: Studienverlag, 2006. 43-55.

Liska, Vivian. “La grande décision et la petite différence.” Europe: revue littéraire mensuelle 923 (2006): 63-78.

Liska, Vivian. “Ein Meridian wider die Zeit: von Paul Celan zu Franz Kafka.” Kafka und die Weltliteratur. Ed. Manfred Engel, et al. Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2006. 210-234.

Liska, Vivian. “Der Messias in der Schriftmaschine: Gesetz und Schrift in Giorgio Agambens Kafka-Lektüren.” Trans: Internet-Zeitschrift für Kulturwissenschaften 16 (2006).  

Liska, Vivian, and Anke Brouwers. “Between two worlds: the Jewish presence in Austrian and German film, 1910-1938.” Journal of modern Jewish studies 5,2 (2006): 258-260.

Liska, Vivian. “Para que tenha significado e para que tenha importância: um modernismo para o seculo 21.” Revista crítica de ciêcias sociais 74 (2006): 9-29.

Liska, Vivian. “I want to go into the boundless back to myself.” Paradoxa: international feminist art journal 17 (2006): 51.

Liska, Vivian. “Österreichisch-jüdische Gegenwartsliteratur. Juden und Judentum in der deutschen Literatur.” Ed. Jasper Willi, et al. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 2006. 115-138.

Liska, Vivian. “Positions. On Franz Kafkas “Poseidon”.” Franz Kafka, Kafka's Selected Stories: A Norton Critical Edition. Ed. Stanley Corngold. New York: W.W. Norton & Company, 2006. 288-301.

Liska, Vivian. “Ricarda Huch.” Werklexikon deutschsprachiger Prosaautorinnen und Dramatikerinnen 1730-1900. Eds. Gudrun Loster-Schneider, and Gaby Pailer. Tübingen: Francke, 2006. 226-230.

2005

Liska, Vivian. “ “Blüt” und “Toit”: Kafkas Rede über die Jiddiche Sprache.” Kafka Katern 13,1/2 (2005): 23-26.

Liska, Vivian. “Ergens.” Monopolis - Antwerpen. Catalogus van de tentoonstelling. Ed. Hans Maarten van den Brink. Rotterdam: Witte de With, 2005. 30-31.

Liska, Vivian. “Ontmoetingen: over het gedicht “Zum Storchen, Zürich” van Gregor Laschen.” Poëziekrant 29,2 (2005): 48-53.

Liska, Vivian. “Die Stimme Israels: das lyrische Wir in Nelly Sachs Chöre nach der Mitternacht.” Links: Zeitschrift für deutsche Literatur- und Kulturwissenschaft 5 (2005): 41-54.
    
Liska, Vivian. “L’enchantement à deux voix. Le détournement des Sirènes chez Maurice Blanchot et Theodor W. Adorno.” Numéro spécial Maurice Blanchot, la singularité d’une écriture. Lettres Romanes (2005, hors série): 75-85.

2004
 
Liska, Vivian. “Voorhoede en retroactieve werking: het oneigentijdse van het Duitse Expressionisme.” De Witte Raaf 108 (2004): 15-17.
 
Liska, Vivian. “Mainstreaming the Margins. Rahel Varnhagen at the End of  the Twentieth Century.” Confrontations/Accomodations. German-Jewish Literary and Cultural Relations from Heine to Wassermann. Ed. Mark H. Gelber. Tübingen: Niemeyer Verlag, 2004. 123-149.
 
Liska, Vivian. “Das Aktenkundige und die Dichtung. Zu Marie Luise Kaschnitz’ Zoon Politikon.” Rechenschaften. Juristischer und literarischer Diskurs in der Auseinandersetzung mit den NS- Massenverbrechen. Ed. Stefan Braese. Göttingen: Wallstein, 2004. 102-116.
 
Liska, Vivian. “Was weiss die Literatur? Das Wissen der Sirenen: Adorno, Blanchot, Sloterdijk (– und Kafka).” KulturPoetik 4,1 (2004): 1-18.
 
Liska, Vivian. “Das Jahrhundert Paul Celans.” Czernowitz war ein Familienbegriff’. Jüdisches Leben in Europa vor der Shoah und des Einfluβ in Israel heute. Ed. Andrea Peschel. Tel Aviv: Heinrich Böll Stiftung, 2004. 45-49.

Liska, Vivian. “Hameah shel Paul Celan.” Czernowitz, Makom shel Eduth. Ed. Andrea Peschel. Tel Aviv: Heinrich Böll Stiftung, 2004. 56-61. Translated into Hebrew by Udi Levi.
 
Liska, Vivian. “Nachbarn, Feinde und andere Gemeinschaften. Kafka und der Zionismus.” Kafka und der Zionismus. Ed. Mark Gelber. Tübingen: Niemeyer Verlag, 2004. 89-106.

Liska, Vivian, and Katrien Vloeberghs. “Die grössere Hoffnung.” Dictionary of Literary Biography. Holocaust Novelist. Vol. 299. Ed. Ephraim Sicher, et al. Detroit: Thomson Gale, 2004. 3-10.
 
Liska, Vivian. "Ce qui compte.” Ba’al milim. Liber Amicorum Julien Klener. Ed. Katrien de Graef. Gent: Academia Press, 2004. 91-100.
 
Liska, Vivian. Rev. of The Difficulties of Modernism, by Leonard  Diepeveen. Modern Language Quarterly 65,4 (2004): 624-628.
 
Liska, Vivian. “Two Sirens Singing. Literature as Contestation in Maurice Blanchot and Theodor W. Adorno.” The Power of Contestation. Eds. Kevin Hart, Geoffrey Hartman and Maurice Blanchot. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2004. 80-101.
 
Liska, Vivian. “Vorhut und Nachträglichkeit. Das Unzeitgemässe des deutschen Expressionismus.” Das Jahrhundert der Avant-Garden. Eds. Cornelia Klinger and Müller-Funk. München: Wilhelm Fink Verlag, 2004. 133-145.
 
Liska, Vivian. “Toverwoord en noodlotsdroom. Kafka in Paul Celans gedicht ‘Sprüchlein-deutsch’.” Kafka-Katern 12, 4 (2004): 90-92.
 
Liska, Vivian. “Roots against Heaven. An aporetic Inversion in Paul Celan.” New German Critique 91 (2004): 24-36.

2003
 
Liska, Vivian. “Wurzelgeträum, blutunterwaschen. Zu einem Motiv im Werk Paul Celans.” Identität und Gedächtnis in der jüdischen Literatur nach 1945. Ed. Dieter Lamping. Berlin: Erich Schmidt Verlag, 2003. 104-115.
 
Liska, Vivian. “Sofie's Angel. Ilse Aichinger and the Gruppe 47." Die deutsch-jüdische Erfahrung. Beiträge zum kulturellen Dialog. Stern, Frank, and Maria Gierlinger. Berlin:Aufbau-Verlag, 2003. 147-163.
    
Liska, Vivian. “Das Wissen der Sirenen und die Verlockungen der Literatur.” Der blaue Reiter, Journal für Philosophie 16 (2003): 83-89.
 
Liska, Vivian. "The Archive as Tool and Monument", Newsletter Fortunoff Video Archive for Holocaust Testimonies. Spring (2003): 8-9.
 
Liska, Vivian. “O século de Paul Celan.” Amastra-n-gallar, inverno 2003, p. 38-48. - Themanummer Paul Celan. Spanish Translation of Liska, Vivian “Le siècle de Paul Celan.”  Amastra-n-gallar 5, inverno (2003): 119-124.
 
Liska, Vivian. “Femmes bibliques dans la poésie de Else Lasker-Schüler.”, Quatre poétesses juives de langue allemande. Else Lasker-Schüler, Gertrud Kolmar, Rose Ausländer, Nelly Sachs. Eds. Claude Cazalé-Bérard, André Combes, and Andrée Lerousseau. Lille: Editions Traveaux et recherches, 2003. 15-31.
 
Liska, Vivian. “The ‘New Woman’ as Foreigner: Individual and National Identity in Annette Kolb’s Novel “Das Exemplar”.” Writing Against Boundaries: Gender and Nation. Eds. Barbara Kosta, and Helga Kraft. Amsterdam/New York: Rodopi, 2003. 39-47.
 
Liska, Vivian. “The Gap between Hannah Arendt and Franz Kafka.” Special issue: Cultural History: Straddling Borders. John Neubauer zum 70. Geburtstag. Eds. Mieke Bal, and Jan van Luxemburg. Arcadia 38,2. Berlin/New York: de Gruyter, 2003. 329-334.
 
Liska, Vivian, Ortwin De Graef, and Katrien Vloeberghs. “Introduction: The Instance of Trauma.” European Journal of English Studies 7:3. London: Routledge, 2003. 247-55.

2002

Liska, Vivian. “Die Versuchung der Bilder und der Anspruch des Denkens: Hannah Arendts “Eichmann in Jerusalem” und Rony Braumans und Eyal  Sivans “Un spécialiste”.” KulturPoetik: Zeitschrift für kulturgeschichtliche Literaturwissenschaft 2,1 (2002): 68-81.

Liska, Vivian. “Die wilden Jüdinnen. Biblische Frauen in der Lyrik Else Lasker-Schülers.” Liebender Streit. Else Lasker-Schüler und Gottfried Benn. Tagungsprotokolle - Institut für Kirche und Gesellschaft. Iserlohn: Evangelische Akademie Iserlohn im Institut für Kirche und Gesellschaft, 2002. 36-58.

Liska, Vivian, and Dirk van Hulle. “Mollen en muilwerpselen. Over Günther
Eichs “Maulwürfe” (1968).” Yang 2 (2002): 349-360.

Liska, Vivian. “Odradeks Schwestern.” Dinge. Medien der Aneignung – Grenzen der Verfügung. Eds. Gisela Ecker, Claudia Breger, and Susanne Scholz. Königstein: Helmer, 2002. 276-290.

Liska, Vivian. “Vorhut und Nachträglichkeit. Das Unzeitgemässe des Deutschen Expressionismus.” Avantgarde, Transit. Europäische Revue 23 (2002): 11-23.
          
Liska, Vivian. “Eine kritische Bestandsaufnahme: Von feministischer Literaturwissenschaft zu kulturwissenschaftlichen Gender Studies.” Gender Revisited. Subjekt- und Politikbegriffe in Kultur und Medien. Eds. Katarina Baisch, et al. Stuttgart: Metzler Verlag, 2002. 3-33.
 
Liska, Vivian. “Messiaanse rebellen. Bijbelse vrouwen in de poëzie van Else Lasker-Schüler.” Verbeeldingen van de ander. Over literatuur, filosofie en religie. Eds. Bart Philipsen, et al. Budel: Damon, 2002. 168-189.
 
Liska, Vivian. “Schönhheit.” Metzler Lexikon Gender Studies - Geschlechterforschung. Ansätze, Personen, Grundbegriffe. Ed. Renate Kroll. Stuttgart: J.B. Metzler Verlag, 2002. 350.

Liska, Vivian. “Jane Flax.” Metzler Lexikon Gender Studies - Geschlechterforschung. Ansätze, Personen, Grundbegriffe. Ed. Renate Kroll. Stuttgart: J.B. Metzler Verlag, 2002. 111.

Liska, Vivian. “Nancy K. Miller.” Metzler Lexikon Gender Studies - Geschlechterforschung. Ansätze, Personen, Grundbegriffe. Ed. Renate Kroll. Stuttgart: J.B. Metzler Verlag, 2002. 269.

Liska, Vivian. “Vorhut und Nachträglichkeit: Das Unzeitgemäße des deutschen Expresiionismus.” Expressionism. Ed. Tymofiy Havryliv. Kiew: VNTL-Klasika, 2002. 19-33. Translated into Ukranian by Petra Ruchla
 
Liska, Vivian. (2003) Österreich-Konzeptionen und jüdisches Sebstverständnis. Identitäts- Transfigurationen im 19. und 20. Jahrhundert, by Hanni Mittelmann, and Armion A. Wallas (Hg.) Jahrbuch der ungarischen Germanistik. Bonn/Budapest: Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst, 2002. 395-399.

2001

Liska, Vivian. ““Bout rêve-racine qui me retient ici…” Radicalité et résidu dans le refus par Paul Celan de l'identité juive.” Paul Celan. Europe Jan./Feb. 2001 861-862. Ed. Charles Dobzynski. Paris, 2001. 123-132.

Liska, Vivian. “Between Silence and Babel.” Signal: Catalogus van de tentoonstelling Luc Tuymans. Hamburger Bahnhof, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, 2001. 4-10.

Liska, Vivian. “Die Verwandlung des Patriarchen. Franz Kafka aus feministischer Perspektive.” Kafka-Katern 9,1 (2001): 10-15.

Liska, Vivian. “Walter Benjamins Dialektik der Aufmerksamkeit.” Aufmerksamkeiten. Archäologie der literarischen Kommunikation VII. Eds. Aleida Assmann, and Jan Assmann. München: Fink, 2001. 141-151.

Liska, Vivian. “Wat weet de literatuur?” De Witte Raaf 93 (2001): 13-16.

Liska, Vivian. ““Und dieser Schatten wird mich streifen solange ich atme”.” Was wir einsetzen können, ist nüchternheit. Zum Werk Ilse Aichingers. Eds. Britta Herman, and Barbara Thums. Würzburg: Königshausen und Neumann, 2001. 189-204.

Liska, Vivian, and Katrien Vloeberghs. Rev. of Die Familie Mosse. Deutsch- jüdisches Bürgertum im 19. Und 20. Jahrhundert, by Elisabeth Kraus.
Paedagogica Historica. International Journal of the History of education XXXVII,2 (2001): 471-473.

Liska, Vivian. “From Feminist Literary Criticism to Gendered Cultural Studies: A Critical Touchstone.” Literature and Society. The Function of Literary Sociology in Comparative Literature. Eds. Bart Keunen, and Bart Eeckhout. Brussel: Lang, 2001. 93-113.

Liska, Vivian. “Lieben Sie Rilke? Eine Hinführung.” Germanistische Mitteilungen 54 (2001): 9-14.

2000

Liska, Vivian. “Parricidal Autobiographies. Sarah Kofman between Theory and Memory.” European Journal of Women’s Studies Studies 7,1 (2000): 91-101.

Liska, Vivian. “Die Mortifikation der Kritik. Das Nachleben von Walter Benjamins Wahlverwandtschaften-Essay.” Spuren, Signaturen, Spiegelungen. Zur Goethe-Rezeption in Europa. Eds. Bernhard Beutler, and Anke Bosse. Köln/Weimar/Wien: Böhlau, 2000. 581-601.

Liska, Vivian. “Neighbors, Foes and other Communities. Kafka and Zionism.” The Yale Journal of Criticism 13,2 (2000): 343-360.

Liska, Vivian. “Biblische Frauen in der Lyrik Else Lasker-Schülers.” Else Lasker-Schüler Jahrbuch zur Klassischen Moderne. Eds. Lothar Bluhm, and Andreas Meier. Trier: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier, 2000. 36-55.

Liska, Vivian. “Walter Benjamins Dialektik der Aufmerksamkeit.” Arcadia 35,2 (2000): 285-295.

1999

Liska, Vivian. “Taalvlucht. Over Martin Walser.” Yang 15,1 (1999): 114-120.
    
Liska, Vivian. “Vom Schutteimer zum Schüttelreim. Überlegungen zu Ilse Aichingers Erzählung “Der Enge”’.” Verschwiegenes Wortspiel. Kommentare zu den Werken Ilse Aichingers. Ed. Heidy Müller. Bielefeld: Aisthesis, 1999. 95-110.

Liska, Vivian. “Sprachflucht.” Wirkendes Wort 49,2 (1999): 273-280.

Liska, Vivian. “Kafka und Brecht. Zum Geleit.” Germanistische Mitteilungen 48 (1999): 7-8.
    
Liska, Vivian. “Ödön von Horvàth in unseren Tagen.” Germanistische Mitteilungen 50 (1999): 7-16.

Liska, Vivian, and Katrien Vloeberghs. “La critique littéraire féministe / De feministische literatuurkritiek.” SOPHIA Bulletin / Nieuwsbrief (1999): 25-35.

1998

Liska, Vivian. “Ich sterbe am Leben und atme im Bild wieder auf: Else Lasker-Schülers “Die Nächte Tino von Bagdads” als weibliche Autobiographie.” Das erdichtete Ich - eine echte Erfindung : Studien zu autobiographischer Literatur von Schriftstellerinnen. Ed. Heidy Margrit Müller. Aarau: Sauerländer Verlag, 1998. 73-84.

Liska, Vivian. “Das kleine Ja und das grosse Nein: ein Märchen für Dialektiker in Gerhard Roths Roman “Landläufiger Tod”.” Studia Austriaca VI (1998): 205-215.
    
Liska, Vivian. “La littérature et la femme.” SOPHIA Bulletin/Nieuwsbrief 2. Brussel, 1998. 114-117.

Liska, Vivian. “Sarah Kofman: autobiografie en vadermoord.” De Vlaamse Gids 2 (1998): 20-24.
    
Liska, Vivian. “De holocaust en apartheid.” Streven 65,11 (1998): 991-999.

1997

Liska, Vivian. “Van herinnering naar geschiedenis.” Streven 64,3 (1997): 250-254.
    
Liska, Vivian. “Johnson, kennt einer Johnson? Erzählreflexion und Wirklichkeitssuche in Uwe Johnsons Roman Mutmassungen über Jakob.” Beiträge zum Werkverständnis und Materialien zur Rezeptionsgeschichte. Internationales Uwe-Johnson-Forum 6. Eds. Carsten Gansel, and Nicolai Riedel. Bern: Peter Lang, 1997. 13-30.

Liska, Vivian. “Der Handgeher: ein Märchen für Dialektiker in Gerhard Roths Roman Landläufiger Tod.” 50 Jahre 2. Republik - 1000 Jahre ostarrîchi. Eds. Clemens Ruthner, and Roland Duhamel. Brussel: Belgischer Germanistenverband, 1997. 141-150.
    
Liska, Vivian. “Hou jij je mond maar, ik ben een historicus: een open brief aan Gie van den Berghe.” Streven 64 (1997): 538-542.
    
Liska, Vivian. “Anarchie der Schrift: die Aktualität von Ricarda Huchs “Erinnerungen von Ludolf Ursleu dem Jüngeren”.” Jubiläumsband Ricarda Huch: Studien zu ihrem Leben und ihrem Werk. Ed. Hans Werner Peter. Braunschweig: PP-Verlag, 1997. 1-22.

1996

Liska, Vivian, et al., eds. Zijsporen: kunst op het spoor. Wommelgem: Blondé, 1996.
    
Liska, Vivian. “Postmodernistisch Feminisme en Leo Apostel: een ontmoeting.” Verslagen van het RUG-Centrum voor Genderstudies 5. Eds. Inge Arteel, et al. Gent: Academia Press, 1996. 83-99.
    
Liska, Vivian. “Stellungen: zu Franz Kafkas “Poseidon”.” Zeitschrift für deutsche Philologie 115,2 (1996): 226-238.
    
Liska, Vivian. “Schaduwbeelden: over Else Lasker-Schüler.” An Unexpected Journey. Vrouw en Kunst. Woman and Art., Wommelgem: Blondé, 1996. 176-182.

1995

Liska, Vivian. “Medusa und Undine: mythopoetische Intertextualität in Ricarda Huchs “Erinnerungen von Ludolf Ursleu dem Jüngeren”.” Ricarda Huch: Studien zu ihrem Leben und ihrem Werk 6. Ed. Hans Werner Peter. Braunschweig: PP-Verlag, 1995. 110-129.

Liska, Vivian, and Irving Wohlfarth. “A Dialogue Across the Ghetto Walls.” Sense and Transcendence: Essays in Honour of Herman Servotte. Eds. Ortwin de Graef, et al. Leuven: Universitaire Pers Leuven, 1995. 225-297.

Liska, Vivian. “Feminist Revisions of Modernism.” The Turn of the Century. Eds. Christian Berg, et al. Berlin: Walter De Gruyter, 1995. 66-76.

Liska, Vivian. “Tussen slagen en falen: Ingeborg Dusar over Ingeborg Bachmann.” Yang 31,2 (1995): 83-84.

Liska, Vivian. Rev. of Choreographien der Differenz: Ingeborg Bachmanns Prosaband “Simultan”, by Ingeborg Dusar. Arbitrium: Zeitschrift für Rezensionen zur germanistischen Literaturwissenschaft 3 (1995): 400-402.

1994

Liska, Vivian. “Alles wordt nieuw in Polen.” Yang 30,5 (1994): 24-31.

1993

Liska, Vivian, and Wim Neetens, eds. Reader: Vrouw en Literatuur 1. Antwerpen: Vrouwenstudies UA, 1993.
    
Liska, Vivian. “Wat is feministische literatuurkritiek?” Reader : Vrouw en Literatuur 1. Eds. Vivian Liska, and Wim Neetens. Antwerpen: Vrouwenstudies UA, 1993. 12-24.
    
Liska, Vivian. “De gebeurtenis van het ontoereikende.” Tmesis (1993): 145-152.
    
Liska, Vivian. “Vermoedens omtrent Jakob: Uwe Johnsons roman van de twee Duitslanden.” Streven 60,4 (1993): 316-326.
    
Liska, Vivian. “Wurzelgeflecht: Variationen zu einem Thema.” Provinzialismus, Entwurzelung. Eds. Bart Verschaffel, and Mark Verminck. Köln: Dinter, 1993. 86-100.
    
Liska, Vivian. “Wortelvlecht: variaties op een thema.” Provincialisme, ontworteling. Vertoog en literatuur 93,3. Eds. Bart Verschaffel, and Mark Verminck. Leuven: Kritak, 1993. 113-130.
    
Liska, Vivian. “Who is afraid of Camille Paglia?” Vlaamse Gids 77 (1993): 20-27.
    
Liska, Vivian. Rev. of Liebesverrat: über die Treulosen in der Literatur, by Peter von Matt. Streven 60,10 (1993): 963.

1992

Liska, Vivian. “Een ethiek van het lezen.” Streven 59,4 (1992): 358-362.

Liska, Vivian. “Gegengebet: zu Paul Celans Gedicht “Vor einer Kerze”.” Zwiesprache: vier Beiträge zu Paul Celan. Studia Germanica Gandensia 29. Ed. Jaak De Vos. Gent: Studia Germanica Gandensia, 1992. 91-118.

Liska, Vivian. “Over J. De Visscher, Kafka: de tragiek van het bestaan.” Streven 59,8 (1992): 761-762.

1991

Liska, Vivian. “Over Stephan Heym, Auf Sand gebaut: sieben Geschichten aus der unmittelbaren Vergangenheit.” Streven 59,1 (1991): 90.

Liska, Vivian. “Over Irene Dische, Fromme Lügen: sieben Geschichten.” Streven 59,2 (1991): 181.

1990

Liska, Vivian. “Julia Kristeva s'en va-t-en guerre.” Rev. of Les Samouraïs, by Julia Kristeva. Sardonicum 1,4 (1990): 40-42.

Liska, Vivian. “Paul de Man. Wordt vervolgd.” (Dis)continuities. Eds. Geert Lernout, Kris Humbeeck, and Luc Herman. Boek en Bibliotheek 3 (1990): 11-13.

1989

Liska, Vivian. Rev. of Über die Fähigkeit zu trauern: das Bild der Wandlung im Prosawerk von C. Wolf und F. Fühmann, by Uwe Wittstock. Streven 56 (1989): 762-763.
    
Liska, Vivian. Rev. of Lexikon literarischer Gestalten, by A.W. von Rinsum. Streven 56 (1989): 281.
    
Liska, Vivian. Rev. of Brenner, by H. Burger. Streven 56 (1989): 281-282.

1988
 
Liska, Vivian. “Notizen eines Zaungastes.” Descriptio Linguistica (1988): 387-392.
    
Liska, Vivian. “Das Kind in der Morgensonne: Nietzsches Also sprach Zarathustra oder der Philosoph als Dichter.” Restant XV,3 (1987): 147-170.
    
Liska, Vivian. Rev. of Unlesbarkeit dieser Welt: Spannungsfelder moderner Lyrik und ihr Ausdruck im Werk von Paul Celan, by Elizabeth Kummer.  Streven 55 (1988): 760-761.

Liska, Vivian. Rev. of De/constructie: kleine diergaerde voor kinderen van nu. Tweede reeks. Eds. Philip Buyck, and Kris Humbeeck. Boek en Bibliotheek 4,4 (1988): 15-17.



SCHOLARLY PRESENTATIONS AND INVITED LECTURES
SCHOLARLY PRESENTATIONS AND INVITED LECTURES

2014

Liska, Vivian, "Giorgio Agamben's Empty Messianism", Conference Messianismus ohne Messias, Jüdische Geschichtsphilosophie und Messianismus im 19. und 20. Jahrhundert, ETH Zurich, 2-3 November 2014.

Liska, Vivian, "Messianic Language and its Aftermath. A Case Study in the Reception of Early Twentieth Century German-Jewish Thought", Conference Undisciplined German-Jewish Studies, Berlin, September 2014.

Liska, Vivian, "Benjamin and Blanchot on Translation", EAJS, Paris, 20 July 2014.

Liska, Vivian, "Kafka, Narrative and the Law", conference Judaism, Literature and the Law, University of Antwerp, 15-17 July 2014.

Liska, Vivian, ""Ein Reigen des Volkes" oder Freund un Feind in Kafkas Prosa 1914-1917", lecture series on "European Jewry and the Great War", Frankfurt, 2 July 2014.

Liska, Vivian, "Law and Sacrifice in Kafka and his Readers", International Conference on Law and Sacrifice, University of Luxemburg, 27-28 May 2014.

Liska, Vivian, "Kafka, Narrative and the Law", International Conference on Law and Sacrifice, University of Luxemburg, 27-28 May 2014.

Liska, Vivian, "A Mighty Paw: Benjamin and Kafka", Guest lecture Seminar Prof. Galili Shahar, Tel Aviv University, 19 May 2014.

Liska, Vivian, "Unintentionally Left Out. Blanchot's Notes on Benjamin", International Conference "Intentionally Left Blank. Notizen und Aufzeichnungen", Hebrew University Jerusalem, 12-14 May 2014.

Liska, Vivian, Concluding talk, Song of Songs, Conference Princeton University, 26 March 2014.

Liska, Vivian, "The Reproducibility of the "Angelus Novus" in the Moment of Danger. Walter Benjamin's Angel of History in Contemporary Israeli Art", Center of Advanced Jewish Studies, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, 23 March 2014.

Liska, Vivian, Response to Ewa Ziarek on "Giorgio Agamben and Biopolitics", Tel Aviv University, 18 March 2014.

Liska, Vivian, "The Reproducibility of the "Angelus Novus" in the Moment of Danger. Walter Benjamin's Angel of History in Contemporary Israeli Art", Museum of Modern Art, Tel Aviv, 7 March 2014.

Liska, Vivian, "Readings of Kafka and the Law from Walter Benjamin to Giorgio Agamben", Conference Is there a Judeo-Christian Tradition?, University of Antwerp, 13 February 2014.

2013

Liska, Vivian, Session chair (with Michael W. Jennings), "Benjamin and Literature" Conference of the Walter Benjamin Society "On the Concept of History / Writing History". Frankfurt and Mannheim, 14-17 December 2013.

Liska, Vivian, “The Other Monolingualism” Workshop “Fields of Belonging”, Dubnow Institut, Leipzig, 4-5 December 2013.

Liska, Vivian, "Jüdisches Exil als Denkfigur”, Yerushalmi Lecture, Universität München, 2 December 2013. 

Liska, Vivian, “How Jewish Were Franz Kafka and Walter Benjamin?", NYU, 11 November 2013.

Liska, Vivian, “Kafka, Narrative and the Law”, Grilk lecture, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 6 November 2013.

Liska, Vivian, “Kafka and his Readers", Workshop New York University, 4 November 2013.

Liska, Vivian, “Kafka and Job”, Yale University, 29 October 2013.

Liska, Vivian, "Kafka’s Place After the Tel Aviv Trial", New School, New York, 23 October 2013.

Liska, Vivian, “The Messiah Before the Law: Agamben and Kafka,” University of Buffalo, NY, 24 October 2013.

Liska, Vivian, “The Reproducibility of the Angelus Novus in the Moment of Danger”, Keynote lecture, Conference Benjamin’s Figures: Dialogues on the Vocation of the Humanities, University of Leiden, 28-30 August 2013.

Liska, Vivian, “The Philosophy of Walter Benjamin,” Course taught together with Eli Friedländer and Reinier Munk, Felix Meritis, The Amsterdam/Maastricht Summer University, 18-22 August 2013. 

Liska, Vivian, "How Jewish Were the Writings and Identity of Franz Kafka and Walter Benjamin?" , Summer Research Workshop The German-Jewish Experience Reconsidered: Contested Interpretations and Conflicting Perceptions, Leo Baeck Institute, Jerusalem, 19 July.

Liska, Vivian, "Man kann verjuden. Paradoxes of Exemplarity." Closing lecture of the lecture series Wholes and Parts, ICI, Berlin, 24 June.

Liska, Vivian, "Un autre même un même autre. Blanchot et Walter Benjamin", Conférence Blanchot et l'Allemagne, Goethe Institut, Paris, 20-21 June.

Liska, Vivian, "Redemptive Grotesque. Mynona and Messianism during World War I" (lecture replacing an absent speaker), Conference Jewish Literature and the Great War, University Graz, 10-13 June.

Liska, Vivian, "Kafka, Narrative and the Law", Workshop Kafka and his Readers, Hebrew University, 5 June.

Liska, Vivian, "Taking Time. Walter Benjamin and Hesitation", Museum of Art, Tel Aviv, 31 May.

Liska, Vivian, "On Dreams. Adorno, Derrida, Benjamin, Kafka", Seminar "Dreams" by Idith Alphandary, Tel Aviv University, 29 May.

Liska, Vivian, Sidra De Koven-Ezrachi, Raphael Zagoury-Orly, Itzchak Benyamini, Joseph Cohen, Roundtable "On Kafka's Abrahams", Hebrew University, Jerusalem, 29 May.

Liska, Vivian, Raphael Zagoury-Orly, Itzchak Benyamini, Joseph Cohen, Roundtable "On Kafka's Abrahams", Tel Aviv University, 28 May.

Liska, Vivian, "Kafka and the Law", 3rd Annual Makin Lecture in Jewish Studies, 9 May, Liverpool.

Liska, Vivian, "Before the Law Stands a Doorkeeper. To the Doorkeeper comes a Man." Kafka, Jews and Justice, Rodig Lecture, Rutgers University, 11 April.

Liska, Vivian, "Kafka's Uncanny", Workshop on the Uncanny, Hebrew University, 14 March.

Liska, Vivian, "Walter Benjamin's Long Farewell to Europe". Lecture in Honours Class "Reading Benjamin", 20 February, University of Leiden.

Liska, Vivian, "Differing Lament. Gershom Scholem, Job and Kafka", International Conference Eicha. Lament in Jewish Thought and Culture, University of Antwerp, 6-8 February.

Liska, Vivian, "L'Espace de jeu et la catastrophe. Le long adieu de Walter Benjamin à l'Europe." Colloque Penser la catastrophe, Le Fresnoy, Tourcoing, 29 January - 1 February.

Liska, Vivian, "Die Orte, die wir sahen sehen uns an. Wien in der Österreichisch-jüdischen Gegenwartsliteratur, Ringvorlesung Universiät Wien, 9 January 2013.

2012
 
Liska, Vivian, Eröffnungsrede, International conference Martin Buber. Wirkung und Kritik. Das Nachleben Martin Bubers in den USA, Israel und Deutschland. International Conference, Goethe Museum Düsseldorf, 18-19 December 2012.

Liska, Vivian, "Kafka's Other Job", International Conference Kafka and the Paradox of the Universal, University of Antwerp, 12-14 December 2012.

Liska, Vivian, "Walter Benjamin, Halachah and Haggadah," International Conference “Memoryscapes and Imageworlds: Archive, Architecture and Media After Walter Benjamin,” Cornell University, Ithaca, 31 October – 2 November.

Liska, Vivian, "Europe and the New Woman. The Case of Annette Kolb," International Conference "Whose Europe? Gender and Minorities in European Culture", Center of European Studies, Harvard University, 26 October 2012.

Liska, Vivian, "Another Job. The Book of Job in Early Readings of Kafka’s Work", International conference "The Book of Job. Ethics, Aesthetics and Hermeneutics", Princeton University 14-16 October 2012.

Liska, Vivian, "Du musst nur die Laufrichtung ändern." Jüdische Tradition im modernen Denken, Opening lecture Summer School, Hohenems 8 July 2012.

Liska, Vivian, "Utopie und Potentialität im modernen jüdischen Messianismus", Conference Möglichkeitsdenken, Universität Köln, 28-29 June 2012.

Liska, Vivian, "Vor dem Gesetz steht ein Türhüter. Zu diesem Türhüter kommt ein Mann vom Lande." Erzählung und Gesetz bei Kafka und seinen Interpreten, Leo Baeck lecture, Fritz Bauer Institut, Universität Frankfurt, 25 June 2012.

Liska, Vivian, Revisiting Hannah Arendt’s “Jewish History, Revised", Workshop Hannah Arendt’s Jewish Writings, Tel Aviv University, 20 June 2012.

Liska, Vivian, "Derrida and Celan", Freie Universität Berlin, Workshop Belonging, Berlin 6-7 June 2012.

Liska, Vivian, "Before the Law stands a doorkeeper. To this doorkeeper comes a man…” Kafka, Narrative and the Law, Leo Baeck Lecture, German Historical Institute, London, 23 May 2012.

Liska, Vivian, "Jüdisches Denken: Vom Talmud zur Frankfurter Schule", Tarbut Conference Fundamente des Judentums, Schloss Elmau 3-6 May 2012.

Liska, Vivian, Introduction to the conference "Sacrifice, Morality and the Law", University of Antwerp, 15 May 2012.

Liska, Vivian, "From Feminist Literary Criticism to Gendered Cultural Studies", special lecture Tel Aviv University, 18 March 2012.

Liska, Vivian, "German-Jewish Thought", TV interview Israëlitisch Godsdienstige Uitzendingen (IGU) on Canvas, broadcasted 4 March 2012.

Liska, Vivian, Intervention public lecture Dr. Eli Schonfeld "De la consolation: Réflexions (juives) sur la question du mal", lecture series Institute of Jewish Studies, University of Antwerp, 21 February 2012.

Liska, Vivian, "Blanchot's Sirens." Lecture on the occasion of the publication of Michal ben Naftali's Blanchot translation, Hebrew University, 26 January 2012.

Liska, Vivian, "Was ist Jüdische Philosophie?" Gespräch mit Willy Goetschel. Launching of Bamidbar. Journal for Jewish Thought and Philosophy, Vienna, 22 January 2012.
 
2011

Liska, Vivian, "Aneignung und Abwehr. Jüdische Tradition im neuen Denken", Annual Dubnow Lecture, Simon Dubnow Institute for Jewish History and Culture, Leipzig, 1 December 2011.
 
Liska, Vivian (with Hent de Vries), Opening of the Session "Religion, Tradition and Schrift", International Walter Benjamin Conference, Schrift/Script, Princeton University, 5-9 November 2011. http://www.walterbenjamin.org.
 
Liska, Vivian, "Exil und Exemplarität." Ringvorlesung, Universität Hamburg, 24 October 2011.
 
Liska, Vivian, "Exil und Exemplarität. Jüdische Wurzellosigkeit als Denkfigur." International Conference Exile, Universität Frankfurt, 5-7 October 2011.
 
Liska, Vivian, Belonging in/to Literature, Workshop on Jewish Belonging, Leipzig, 15-16 September 2011.
 
Liska, Vivian, Opening Conference Margins, Borders and Peripheries, Conference of the European Association for Jewish Literature, University of Antwerp,  5-7 September 2011.
 
Liska, Vivian, Colloquium: Jay Geller, The Other Jewish Question. Cambridge University, 27-28 June 2011. http://www.woolf.cam.ac.uk/cjcr/resources/ojquestion.php
 
Liska, Vivian, Scholem, Benjamin, Agamben Agesilaus Santander Das Dämonische, Bonn, 7-8 Juli 2011. http://hsozkult.geschichte.hu-berlin.de/termine/id=16607
 
Liska, Vivian, „Winged Words and Wounded Voices. Geoffrey Hartman on Testimony and Midrash,” International Conference Tradition and Modernity in Jewish History and Culture, 10th Anniversary Conference Universiteit Antwerpen, 1 June 2011. http://www.ua.ac.be/main.aspx?c=*IJS&n=95974
 
Liska, Vivian, “Späte Begegnungen mit Paul Celan”, Ringvorlesung Freie Universität Berlin, 26 May 2011.
http://www.fu-berlin.de/veranstaltungen/kalender/2011/05/26/offener_hoersaal_juedisches_erinnern.html
 
Liska, Vivian, “Interpreting Kafka’s A Conversation with the Praying Man”, Scholion Conference “The Exegetical Imagination “, Hebrew University Jerusalem, 15-17 May 2011. http://www.hum.huji.ac.il/upload/_FILE_1304343116.pdf
 
Liska, Vivian, “Blanchot’s Sirens,” Presentation Blanchot Anthology, Tel-Aviv University, 12 May 2011
 
Liska, Vivian, „Kafka’s Communities,“
An Afternoon with Kafka (with Stanley Corngold), University Lehigh, 10 April 2011 http://lehighcalendar.activedatax.com/LehighU/EventList.aspx?view=EventDetails&eventidn=21812&information_id=22602&type=&syndicate=syndicate  
Liska, Vivian, “When Kafka Says We,” Book presentation Brandeis University, Boston, 6 April 2011
http://www.brandeis.edu/cges/news/upcomingevents/liska.html
 
Liska, Vivian, “Ilse Aichingers
Schlechte Wörter“, Vortrag Doktorandenseminar, Universität Wien, 25 March 2011.
 
Liska, Vivian, “Die Töchter Britanniens und andere Ergebungen. Ilse Aichingers „Surrender,“ International Conference “Beyond. Ilse Aichinger and England”, Austrian Cultural Forum, London, 10 March 2011.
http://www.acflondon.org/lectures-talks-symposia/beyond-ilse-aichingers-england-reading-and-interna/
 
Liska, Vivian, “Jumping out of History. Hannah Arendt and Franz Kafka,” Braun Lecture, Bar Ilan University, Tel-Aviv, 2 March 2011.
 
Liska, Vivian, “The Future of Memory Studies”, International Cultural Memory Seminar, Universiteit Gent, 23 February 2011.
 
Liska, Vivian, “Franz Kafka en Paul Celan,” Literaire Tafel, Gent, 2 January 2011.

2010
Liska, Vivian. "The Idea of Prose in Benjamin and Celan," Workshop Erzeugung und Korrelation, Van Leer Institute, Jerusalem, 9-10 December 2010.

Liska, Vivian. "Nabij de dodenakker: Paul Celan - Anselm Kiefer." Lezing Museum voor Schone Kunsten, Antwerpen, 28 November 2010. 

Liska, Vivian. "Paul Celan - Ingeborg Bachmann: The Correspondence." Reading and Lecture Austrian Cultural Forum, New York City, 8 November 2010.

Liska, Vivian. "Two Kinds of Strangers." International Conference 'Writing Against War: Ingeborg Bachmann.' University of Syracuse, 4 November 2010.

Liska, Vivian. "Um ein Geringes zurechtgestellt. Giorgio Agamben als Erbe Benjamins." International Conference 'Wo aber Gefahr ist, wächst das rettende auch. Für Walter Benjamin,' Institut für Philosophie der Universität Frankfurt, Frankfurt a./M., 8-9 October 2010. 

Liska, Vivian. "Hameshichut ha'rikah shel Giorgio Agamben". Book presentation, Tolat Sfarim, Tel Aviv, organized by Tolat Sfarim and Resling. Jerusalem, 26 September 2010.

Liska, Vivian. "Strich und Gegenstrich - Introductory Lecture." International Conference "Gegen den Strich. Das Subversive in der deutschsprachigen Literatur nach 1945." Universiteit Antwerpen, 13-14 September 2010. 

Liska, Vivian. "The Beetle and the Butterfly. Nabokov's Lecture on Kafka's Metamorphosis." Workshop "Nabokov als lezer," KVAB Brussels, 26-27 August 2010. 

Liska, Vivian. "Infinitudes ou les fins de Kafka". Decade "Kafka après son siècle". Cerisy. 21-31 July 2010.

Liska, Vivian. "Hameshichut ha'rikah shel Giorgio Agamben". Book presentation, Leo Baeck Institute, Tel-Aviv, 28 June 2010.

Liska, Vivian, „Walter Benjamins Abschied von Europa,“ International Conference Traditionen jüdischen Denkens in Europa,“ Düsseldorf, 23-24 June 2010.

Liska, Vivian. "A Lawless Legacy. Hannah Arendt and Giorgio Agamben.” International Conference “Hanna Arendt and the Law”, University of Antwerp. 15 June 2010.

Liska, Vivian. „Beispiele einer Poetik nach Paul Celan,” Ringvorlesung „Niemand zeugt für den Zeugen,“ Universität Regensburg, 14 June.

Liska, Vivian. "Walter Benjamin’s Farewell to Europe". International Conference Culture & Catastrophe in Modern European History, Rosenzweig Center, Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Jerusalem. 9-10 June 2010.

Liska Vivian, What does the Veil Know?” Book presentation Extra City, Antwerp, 28 May 2010.

Liska, Vivian. "Moshe Idel’s New Mirrors, Old Texts". Center for Advanced Jewish Studies, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. 21 April 2010.

Liska, Vivian. "Walter Benjamin’s Farewell to Europe". Deutsches Haus NYU, New York. 20 April 2010.

Liska, Vivian. "The Reception of Walter Benjamin in Israel". Conference "Cultural Negotiations at the German-Israeli Border". University of Chicago. 16 April 2010.

Liska, Vivian, “When Kafka Says We.” Book presentation, Northwestern University, 15 April 2010

Liska, Vivian. "Kafka, the Other and the End". Yale University, New Haven. 13 April 2010.

Liska, Vivian. "Man kann verjuden. Figures of Exemplarity in German jewish Writings". Conference "30 Jahre deutsch-jüdische Studien", Beer Sheva. 7-9 March 2010.

Liska Vivian. "Giorgio Agambens leerer Messianismus". Book presentation, BBooks, Berlin. 21 February 2010.

Liska, Vivian. "Ausschluss und Gleichschaltung. Franz Kafkas Gemeinschaften". Internationale Tagung Wertewelten, Universität Tübingen. 18 February 2010.

Liska, Vivian. "Kafka, the Other and the End". German Department, University of Pennsylvania. 2 February 2010.

Liska, Vivian. "Radical Messianism". Center for Advanced Judaic Studies, University of Pennsylviania. 27 January 2010.

Liska, Vivian. "WIR SAGEN. Zugehörigkeit und Gemeinschaft in der Moderne". Kreisky Forum, Wien. 18 January 2010.

Liska, Vivian. "Kafka, eenzamheid en gemeenschap". Literaire Tafel, Gent. 6 January 2010.

2009

Liska, Vivian. "Kafka’s Uncommon Communities". International Workshop "Sensus Communis". Universiteit Gent. Ghent. 11 December 2009.

Liska, Vivian. "When Kafka Says We". Lecture at The Institute of Jewish Studies, Universiteit Antwerpen. Antwerp. 26 November 2009.

Liska, Vivian. "Kafka, the Other and the End". International Conference "Challenging the Concept of the Other". Franz Rosenzweig Center, Hebrew University Jerusalem. Jerusalem. 16-18 November 2009.

Liska, Vivian. "Idee des Albums. Zu einer Poetik der Potentialiät". International Conference "Das Album. Organizationsformen Narrativer Kohärenz". Universität Wien. Vienna. 12-14 November 2009.

Liska, Vivian. "Freud, Religion and the Rest". International Conference "Sigmund Freud and the Force of Monotheism". Sigmund Freud Stiftung. Vienna. 29-20 October 2009.

Liska, Vivian. "Language and Destiny. Paul Celan and Franz Kafka". Guestlecture at The Graduate Center, CUNY. New York. 16 October 2009.

Liska, Vivian. Introduction to the International Conference "Walter Benjamins Treue - True to Walter Benjamin?". University of Antwerp. Antwerpen. 14 September 2009.

Liska, Vivian. "Den Europäischen Kreis im Rücken." Walter Benjamins langer Abschied". International Conference "Abschied von Europa: Jüdisches Schreiben zwischen 1930 und 1950". Zweite Internationale Jahrestagung der Gesellschaft für europäisch-jüdische Literaturstudien. University of Basel. Basel. 1-3 September 2009.

Liska, Vivian. "Ein Reiseführer nach Palestina. Walter Benjamin in Israel". Guestlecture Summerschool Ben Gurion University of the Negev. Beer Sheva. 28 August 2009.

Liska, Vivian. International Conference "Bund & Borders: German Jewish thinking between Faith and Power". Jüdisches Museum Berlin. Berlin. 17-19 May 2009.

Liska, Vivian. "Giorgio Agamben and Kafka. A Paulinian Reading of the Law" International Conference "A Paulinian Turn?". The Van Leer Jerusalem Institute. Jerusalem. 5-6 May 2009.

Liska, Vivian. "Two Paths to Palestine. The Political reception of Walter Benjamin Israel". International Conference "Matters of  State: Bildung and Literary-Intellectual Discourse in the Nineteenth Century". Katholieke Universiteit Leuven. Leuven. 23 April 2009.

Liska, Vivian. "A Travel Guide to Palestine. Walter Benjamin in Israel". The Rosenzweig Minerva Research Center. Jerusalem. 6 Apr 2009.

Liska, Vivian. "Giorgio Agamben and Walter Benjamin". Guestlecture in the Seminar on Nihilism by Nitzan Lebovic. The Van Leer Jerusalem Institute. Jerusalem. 25 March 2009.

Liska, Vivian. "Paul Celan en Hölderlin". Literaire Tafel. Gent. 7 January 2009.


2008


Liska, Vivian. “A Travel Guide to Palestine. Walter Benjamin in Israel” (with Tamara Eisenberg). International conference “Benjamin’s Frontiers”. University of California at Davis. 13 November 2008.

Liska, Vivian. “When Kafka Says We”. New York University, Deutsches Haus. New York. 6 November 2008.

Liska, Vivian. Workshop “Transmitting the Gap in Time. Giorgio Agamben and Hannah Arendt”. Institute for Cultural Inquiry (ICI Kulturlabor). Berlin. 25 September 2008.

Liska, Vivian. “Giorgio Agambens leerer Messianismus”. Institute for Cultural Inquiry (ICI Kulturlabor). Berlin. 24 September 2008.

Liska, Vivian. “Die Reproduzierbarkeit des Angelus Novus im Augenblick der Gefahr. Walter Benjamins Engel der Geschichte in Israel”. International conference “Gedächtnisstrategien und Medien im interkulturellen Dialog”. Centro Italo-Tedesco Villa Vigoni. Como. 8-11 September 2008.

Liska, Vivian. “Kafka’s Little Woman”. Conference "Approaching Franz Kafka". Ben Gurion Univeristy of the Negev. Beer Shevah. 14 July 2008.

Vivian Liska. “Ecrire L’Europe” (with Thomas Nolden). Conference “Les transformations du littéraire dans la perspective d'une histoire comparée des littératures”. Ecole Normale Supérieure. Paris. 21 June 2008.

Liska, Vivian. Presentation of the Project “Towards a Theory of European Literature?” (with Thomas Nolden). ICLA Coordinating Committee meeting. Ecole normale supérieure. Paris. 20 June 2008.

Liska, Vivian. “Messianic Endgames in German-Jewish Expressionism”. International Conference “European Avant-Garde and Modernism”. Universiteit Gent. 29 May 2008.

Liska, Vivian. “Feministische Neu-Lektüren der Moderne”. Seminar Prof. Kriegleder. Universität Wien. 23 May 2008.

Liska Vivian. “Walter Benjamin und Giorgio Agamben”. Dissertantenseminar. Universität Wien. 23 May 2008.

Liska, Vivian. Afterword to the First Pieter Gillis lecture by Amos Oz. Universiteit Antwerpen. 6 May 2008.

Liska, Vivian. Introduction and lecture “Benjamin, Agamben and Kafka”. Workshop “Kafka and Theory”. University of Antwerp. 19 March 2008.

Liska, Vivian. “Martyrdom in Modern Jewish Literature.” Institute of Jewish Studies, University of Antwerp. 6 February 2008

2007

Liska, Vivian. “Wie Sonntagskinder. Walter Benjamin und Giorgio Agambens Ideen der Prosa.” International conference “Narration und Ethik”, Universität Paderborn, Paderborn. 23-25 Jan. 2007.

Liska, Vivian. “In Gesprek met David Grossman” (Interview together with Ortwin de Graef). Katholieke Universiteit Leuven. Leuven. 1 Feb. 2007.

Liska, Vivian. “Am Schweigen vorbei. Beispiele einer Poetik nach Celan.” Poetry and Poetics after Celan, Lecture Series, Queen Mary University of London. London, 27 Feb. 2007.

Liska, Vivian. “Modernism for the 21st Century.” Guest lecture, Ben Gurion University. Beer Sheva. 6 March 2007.

Liska, Vivian. “Wien und die jüdische Erfahrung.” Introduction to the International conference “Wien und die jüdische Erfahrung.” Universität Wien. Wien. 19 March 2007.

Liska, Vivian. “Modernism after Theory”. International conference “Theory after Theory”, University of Geneva. Geneva. 25-26 May 2007.

Liska, Vivian. “Nach dem Aufschub”. International conference “Finis. Paradoxien des Endens”, Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main. Frankfurt am Main. 19-21 July 2007.

Liska, Vivian. “Martyrium als interreligiöses Skandalon in jüdischen Schriften der Moderne”. International Conference “Geschichte und Gegenwart von Märtyrern in verschiedenen (Religions-) Kulturen”, Zentrum für Literatur- und Kulturforschung. Berlin. 25-28 Oct. 2007.

Liska, Vivian. “On Kafka in Agamben and Benjamin,” Colloquium on Phenomenology – Phenomenology, Poetics and Ethics, Charles University of Prague, 19-21 November 2007.

Liska, Vivian. “Saving Redemption. Walter Benjamin and Giorgio Agamben” Guestlecture New York University (NYU), 28 November 2007.
 
Liska, Vivian. “In the Wake of the Child. Three Holocaust Poems.” International Conference Jewishness, Literature and the Child, University of Antwerp, 12-14 December 2007.

2006

Liska, Vivian. “What the Veil Knows.” Introduction and discussion workshop, Universiteit Antwerpen, Antwerpen. 1 Feb. 2006.

Liska, Vivian. “Benjamin, Giorgio Agamben und Kafka.” Guestlecture in seminar of Prof. Pott, Heinrich Heine Universität Düsseldorf. 6 February 2006.

Liska, Vivian. “Der Messias vor dem Gesetz. Giorgio Agambens Kafka-Lektüren.” Institut für die Wissenschaft des Menschen. Wien. 28 Feb. 2006.

Liska, Vivian. “Giorgio Agamben und Franz Kafka.” Doktorandenseminar, Universität Wien. Wien. 5 May 2006.

Liska, Vivian. “Die neue Frau als Fremde.” Lecture in seminar of Prof. Kriegleder, Universität Wien. Wien. 5 May 2006.

Liska, Vivian. “The Messiah before the Law. Giorgio Agamben on Kafka.” Internationaal conference “Messianism and the Law”, Universiteit Antwerpen. Antwerpen. 11-12 May 2006.

Liska, Vivian. “After the Silence. Memoria in Contemporary Austrian-Jewish Literature.” ActUA. Antwerpen. 16 May 2006.

Liska, Vivian. “Die Tradierbarkeit der Lücke in der Zeit. Arendt, Agamben, Kafka.” International conference “Hannah Arendt und Giorgio Agamben”, ZfL. Bielefeld. 29-31 May 2006.

Liska, Vivian. “Paul Celan und Franz Kafka.” Lecture in seminar of Prof. Kriegleder, Universität Wien. Wien. 8 June 2006.

Liska, Vivian. “Transmitting the Gap in Time. Arendt, Agamben and Kafka.” International conference “Modernism and the Modern through the Ages”, International Comparative Literature Association, Universiteit Antwerpen. Antwerpen. 15-16 June 2006.
 
Liska, Vivian. “Feminist Research Methodology.” Guestlecture “Seminarie  voor doctorandi Psychologie” Vrije Universitiet Brussel. Brussel. 19 June 2006.

Liska, Vivian. “Upon Revisiting – the Veil.” Workshop “What does the veil know?”, Jan van Eyck Akademie. Maastricht. 21 June 2006.

Liska, Vivian. “Contentious Politics in Israel: Past and Present.” Introduction international workshop Universiteit Antwerpen. 19 Oct. 2006.
 
Liska, Vivian. “Response, Remembrance, Representation: A Dialogue between Postwar Jewish Literatures.” Introduction international conference, Universiteit Antwerpen. 6 Nov. 2006.

Liska, Vivian.  “Giorgio Agamben’s Readings of Kafka.” The Graduate Center, New York University. New York. 13 Nov. 2006.

Liska, Vivian. “Of Language and Destiny: Celan and Kafka.” Guest lecture Princeton University. Princeton. 16 Nov. 2006.

Liska, Vivian. “The Right Theory, the Abysmal Song and the Cunning of Literature. Adorno, Blanchot, Kafka and the Sirens.” International conference “Adorno at the Crossroads”, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven. Leuven. 8 Dec. 2006.

2005
 
Liska, Vivian. “After the Silence. The Shoah in Contemporary Austrian Jewish Literature.” International Conference organized on the occasion of the honorary doctorate for Claude Lanzmann “Stemmen uit het hart van de duisternis. Getuigen en getuigenis in perspectief”, University of Amsterdam. Amsterdam. 11-12 Jan. 2005.

Liska, Vivian. “Reconceptualizing Jewishness in Post-war Europe.” Opening of the international graduate conference, Universiteit Antwerpen. Antwerpen. 12 Jan. 2005.
 
Liska, Vivian. “Jedem Gedicht bleibt sein 20. Jänner eingeschrieben. Paul Celan in dialoog.” Instituut voor Joodse Studies, Universiteit Antwerpen. Antwerpen. 20 Jan. 2005.
 
Liska, Vivian. “Von feministischer Literaturkritik zu kulturellen Genderstudien.” Theodor Krämer Zentrum für Exilforschung. Wien 24 Jan. 2005.

Liska, Vivian. Member of the panel “Avantgarden gestern und heute”,  Institut für die Wissenschaft des Menschen. Vienna. 25 Jan. 2005.

Liska, Vivian. In Conversation with Wladimir Kaminer, European Voices 2005: Inside Outside 1, Goethe-Institut, London. 7 Feb. 2005.

Liska, Vivian. In Conversation with Robert Menasse, European Voices 2005: Inside Outside 2, Austrian Cultural Center, London.  15 Mar. 2005.

Liska, Vivian. “L’Enchantement à deux voix. Le détournement des Sirènes chez Theodor Adorno et Maurice Blanchot.” International colloquium “Maurice Blanchot, la singularité d'une écriture”, Université catholique de Louvain-la-Neuve. Louvain-la-Neuve. 16-18 Mar. 2005.

Liska, Vivian. “’Blüt’ und ‘Toit’. Kafka’s Rede über die Jiddische Sprache.” Stichting Jiddisj.  Amsterdam. 4 Apr. 2005.

Liska, Vivian. "Usurpating the Word. Else Lasker-Schuelers Rebellious Prophetesses.” Guestlecture Verhaeren Leerstoel, Vrije Universiteit Brussel. Brussel. 13 Apr. 2005.

Liska, Vivian. “Van Feministische Literatuurkritiek tot Culturele Gender Studies. Een stand van zaken in twee stemmen.” Verhaeren leerstoel. Vrije Universiteit Brussel. Brussel.18 Apr. 2005.

Liska, Vivian. Presentation “Modernism. A Project”  for the ICLA (International Comparative Literature Association) Committee of “Series History of Literature in the European Languages”,  Harvard University. Boston. 11 May 2005.

Liska, Vivian. “The Song of the Sirens and the Silence of the Gods.” International conference “Saving Sirens. Knowledge and Seduction in an Age of In-Difference”, Universiteit Antwerpen. Antwerpen. 12–13 May 2005.


Liska, Vivian. Respondent in a discussion with Geoffrey Hartman and Stanley Hoffman “Öffentliche Erinnerung.”, Universität Wien. Vienna. 27 May 2005.
 
Liska, Vivian. Keynote lecture “Making it Mean and Making it Matter: Modernism for the 21st Century.” Modernisms: A Colloquium, Centre for Social Studies of the University of Coimbra. Protugal,  3-4 June 2005.
 
Liska, Vivian. “Flashforward.” Introductory lecture for the film of Eva Meyer and Eran Schaerf, MUHKA. Antwerpen. 16 June 2005.

Liska, Vivian. Board, introduction and chair of the section “Geschlechterdifferenzen als Kulturkonflikte”, (with Prof. Gutjahr en Prof. Dumiche), Internationaal Congres  Germanistik im Konflikt der Kulturen van de IVG (Internationale Vereinigung für Germanistik). Paris. 26 Aug. - 3 Sept. 2005.
 
Liska, Vivian. “When Kafka says We. The Borderland between Solitude and Community.” Martin and Helen Schwartz Lectures, Borns Center for Jewish Studies. Indiana Bloomington. 1 Nov. 2005.
 
Liska, Vivian. “Of Language and Destiny. From Celan to Kafka.” Martin and Helen Schwartz Lectures. Borns Center for Jewish Studies. Indiana Bloomington. 2 Nov. 2005.
 
Liska, Vivian. “Babbling Silences. The Holocaust in Contemporary Austrian-Jewish Literature.” International conference “The Future of Memory”, University of Manchester. Manchester. 10-12 Nov. 2005.
 
Liska, Vivian. “Als ob nicht. Messianismus in Giorgio Agambens Kafka Lektüren.”. Conference “Walter Benjamin und Giorgio Agamben”, Universität Düsseldorf. Düsseldorf. 24 Nov. 2005.

Liska, Vivian. “Der Messias in der Strafkolonie. Giorgio Agambens Kafka Lektüren.” International conference “Innovations and Reproductions in Cultures and Societies, section “Heilige vs. unheilige Schrift”.” Wien. 9–11 Dec. 2005.

2004
 
Liska, Vivian. “Österreichisch-jüdische Gegenwartsliteratur.” Lecture series , Universität Potsdam. Potsdam. 21 Jan. 2004.
 
Liska, Vivian. “The Knowledge of the Sirens. A Motief in Adorno, Blanchot, Sloterdijk and Kafka.” German department, University of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia. 4 Feb. 2004.
 
Liska, Vivian. Opening workshop with Joseph Sherman “De Joodse Paus.”, Universiteit Antwerpen. Antwerpen. 12 Feb. 2004.

Liska, Vivian. Chair international conference “UnterOrdnungen, Herrschaft, OhnMacht und Anarchie bei Thomas Bernhard (1931-89).” Universiteit Antwerpen. Antwerpen. 13-14 Feb. 2004.

Liska, Vivian. Referent seminar genderstudies by Barbara Verdonck “Cherchez la femme. Omtrent de lectuur van Sarah Kofman.”, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven. Leuven. 24 Mar. 2004.

Liska, Vivian. “Nach dem Schweigen.” International conference “Im Krebsgang. Totenbeschwörung als Memoria in der deutschsprachigen Literatur nach 1989”, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven. Leuven. 17-19 Apr. 2004.

Liska, Vivian. “A Vision out of Sight. Theodor Herzl’s Philosophical Tales.” International conference “Theodor Herzl (1860-1904) between Europe and Zion: A Centennial Conference”, Universiteit Antwerpen. Antwerpen. 27-29 Apr. 2004.
 
Liska, Vivian. “A Spectral Mirror Image. Stefan Zweig and his Critics.” International conference “New Perspectives on Stefan Zweig’s Literary and Biographical Writings”, Hebrew University, Jerusalem. 6-8 June 2004.
 
Liska, Vivian. “Die Mortifikation der Kritik.” Internationaal conference “Walter Benjamin und die Romantische Moderne”, Zentrum für Romantik-Forschung. Jerusalem. 6-9 June 2004.
 
Liska, Vivian. “Ein Meridian wider die Zeit. Von Celan zu Kafka.” Internationaal conference “Kafka und die Weltliteratur”, Universität Saarbrücken, Saarbrücken. 21-24 Sept. 2004.
 
Liska, Vivian. “Herzls philosophische Erzählungen.” Jüdische Kulturwochen Stuttgart. Stuttgart. 28 Oct. 2004.
 
Liska, Vivian. “Ein Meridian aus Schicksal und Sprache.” International conference  “Celan und Kafka”, University of Utrecht. 12 Nov. 2004. (video presentation)

Liska, Vivian. “A Vision out of Sight. Herzl’s Late Philosophical Tales.” Internationaal conference “Re- Imagining Herzl. 1904 – 2004”, Austrian Cultural Center London. London. 18 Nov. 2004.
 
Liska, Vivian. “Herzl heute.” Guestlecture in seminar of Prof. Bernd Witte, Heinrich Heine Universität. Düsseldorf. 1 Dec. 2004.

Liska, Vivian. “Identity Politics and its Others. The Case of Feminist Readings of Coetzee’s Disgrace.” Onderzoekschool Literatuurwetenschap Seminarie Literatuur en maatschappij: De praktijk van de (kritische) theorie. Ravenstein. 15 Dec. 2004.

2003

Liska, Vivian. “Einführung in die Feministische Literaturwissenschaft.” Guest lecture Graduierten Seminar Prof. Kriegleder, Universität Wien. Wien. 23 Jan. 2003.

Liska, Vivian. “Paul Celans Gedicht ‘Ich hörte sagen.” Université de Lille, Lille. 4 Feb. 2003.
 
Liska, Vivian. “When Kafka says “We”.” International Women’s Club. Brussel. 17 Feb. 2003.

Liska, Vivian. Introduction of vernissage exhibition “Paul Celan in Wenen.”, Universitaire Faculteiten Sint-Igatius Antwerpen. Antwerpen. 13 Mar. 2003.
 
Liska, Vivian. “Biblische Frauengstalten in der Dichtung Else Lasker-Schülers.” Universiteit Salzburg. Salzburg. 31 Mar. 2003.
 
Liska, Vivian. “Alle Dichter sind Juden.” Workshop “Paul Celan”, Universitaire Faculteiten Sint-Igatius Antwerpen. Antwerpen. 10 Apr. 2003.

Liska, Vivian. “Fremd im eigenen Land, zu Hause in der Literatur.” Tarbut conference, Schloss Elmau. 2 May 2003.

Liska, Vivian. Introduction of workshop and panel with Geoffrey Hartman “Aestheticide and what we call Cultural Studies.”, Universitaire Faculteiten Sint-Igatius Antwerpen. Antwerpen. 8 May 2003.

Liska, Vivian. Member of panel “Literatuur en identiteit: tussen particularisme en metaforisering.” Universitaire Faculteiten Sint-Igatius Antwerpen. Antwerpen. 22 May 2003.

Liska, Vivian. “When Kafka says “We”.” Heinrich HeineUniversität  Düsseldorf. 9 July 2003.
 
Liska, Vivian. “The Knowledge of the Sirens. Adorno, Blanchot, Sloterdijk en Kafka.” NYU, Deutsches Haus. New York. 23 Sept. 2003.
 
Liska, Vivian. “The Gap Between Hannah Arendt and Franz Kafka.” Symposium on the occasion of the farewell of John Neubauer “Literatuurwetenschap in het verleden en in de toekomst.” Universiteit Amsterdam. Amsterdam. 10 Oct. 2003.
 
Liska, Vivian. “Prosopopée et signe messianique  dans les ‘Choeurs d’après minuit’ de Nelly Sachs.” International colloquium on the life and work of Nelly Sachs (1891-1970), Université Lille. Lille. 26-27 Nov. 2003.

2002
 
Liska, Vivian. “’Wurzeln gen Himmel’. Zur Inversion einer Wurzelmetapher.” Guest lecture in seminar Prof. G. Ecker. Paderborn. 29 Jan. 2002.

Liska, Vivian. “Wat weet de literatuur?” Literatuur en Filosofie, Universitaire Instellingen Antwerpen. Antwerpen.
part I. 15 Feb. 2002.
part II. 22 Mar. 2002.
 
Liska, Vivian. “Roots against Heaven. An Aporetic Inversion in Paul Celan.” Yale University. New Haven. 9 Apr. 2002.
       
Liska, Vivian. “The Knowledge of the Sirens. Adorno, Blanchot, Sloterdijk and Kafka.”  Princeton University. New Jersey. 10 Apr. 2002.
 
Liska, Vivian. “Chiastic Regression in Kafka’s Poseidon” Stanley Corngold’s Kafka seminar. Princeton. 10 Apr. 2002.
 
Liska, Vivian. “Forefront and Belatedness. The Untimeliness of German Expressionism.”  ICLA conference “Discontinuity and Tradition in Literary History”, ICLA. Amsterdam. 19-20 June 2002.
 
Liska, Vivian. “Kafka’s Speech on Yiddish.” Yiddish Summer School. Brussels. 3 July 2002.
 
Liska, Vivian. “The Archive as Tool and Monument. The Contribution of Oral History to Holocaust and Genocide Studies.” Yale University. New Haven. 7-9 Oct. 2002.
 
Liska, Vivian. Introduction of the conference “Contemporary Jewish Writing in Europe.”, Universitaire Faculteiten Sint-Igatius Antwerpen. Anwerpen. 23-24 Oct. 2002.

Liska, Vivian. “Contemporary Austrian-Jewish Literature.” Conference “Contemporary Jewish Writing in Europe, Universitaire Faculteiten Sint-Igatius Antwerpen. Antwerpen. 23-24 Oct. 2002.
 
Liska, Vivian. ““Ik ben een jood uit Wenen …” Hedendaagse joodse literatuur in Oostenrijk.” Instituut voor Joodse Studies, Universitaire Faculteiten Sint-Igatius Antwerpen. Antwerpen. 7 Nov. 2002.
 
Liska, Vivian. “Das Aktenkundige und die Dichtung. Zu Marie Luise Kaschnitz’ Zoon Politikon.” Conference “Rechenschaften. Literarischer und dichterischer Diskurs angesichts der nationalsozialistischen Massenverbrechen”, Fritz Bauer Institut, Goethe Universität. Frankfurt. 15-16 Nov. 2002.
 
Liska, Vivian. “Avant Garde and Après Coup: The Contemporaneity of German Expressionism.” Ismer og avantgarder (Isms and Avant-Gardes). University of Aalborg. Aalborg. 25 Nov. 2002.
 
Liska, Vivian. “Sirens in Literature and Philosophy.” Werkgroep Literatuur en Filosofie, Universitaire Instellingen Antwerpen. Antwerpen. 29 Nov. 2002.
 
Liska, Vivian. “Einführung in de Textanalyse am Beispiel Kafka.” Universität Wien. Wien. 5 Dec. 2002
 
Liska, Vivian.  “Kritische Theorie und Poststrukturalismus: Beispiele.” Postgraduierten Seminar, Universität Wien. Wien. 6 Dec. 2002.

2001
 
Liska, Vivian. “Hannah Arendt’s Rahel. The Life of a Jewess.” Instituut voor de Studie van het Jodendom, Universitaire Faculteiten Sint-Igatius Antwerpen. 18 Jan. 2001.
 
Liska, Vivian. “Hannah Arendt’s Eichmann in Jerusalem.” Instituut voor de Studie van het Jodendom, Universitaire Faculteiten Sint-Igatius Antwerpen. Antwerpen. 25 Jan. 2001.

Liska, Vivian. “Messianische Rebellinnen. Biblische Frauen in der Lyrik Else Lasker-Schülers.” Katholieke Universiteit Nijmegen. Nijmegen. 19 Mar. 2001.

Liska, Vivian. “Le siècle de Paul Celan? Ce qui compte.” Conference “Paul Celan dans le siècle”, PUF. Paris. 21 Mar. 2001.
 
Liska, Vivian. “Die Versuchung der Bilder und der Anspruch des Denkens. Un Spécialiste, l’eloge de la désobéissance und Eichmann in Jerusalem.” Conference “Der Eichmann-Prozess 40 Jahre danach”, Ben Gurion University. Beer Sheva. 17-18 Apr. 2001.

Liska, Vivian. Conclusion and member of panel “Literature and Music as sources of remembrance”, Conference on Remebrance. Amsterdam. 3 May 2001.
 
Liska, Vivian. “Die wilden Jüdinnen. Biblische Frauen in der Lyrik Else Lasker-Schülers.” Conference “Liebender Streit. Else Lasker-Schüler und Gottfried Benn. Tagungsprotokolle - Institut für Kirche und Gesellschaft.” Evangelische Akademie Iserlohn im Institut für Kirche und Gesellschaft der EKvW. Iserlohn. 23-24 May 2001.

Liska, Vivian. Introduction of the conference “The Instance of Trauma”. Universitaire Instellingen Antwerpen. Antwerpen. 31 May 2001.

Liska, Vivian. “Discussant en conclusie.” Congres “Shoah. Representations in Arts and Education”, Katholieke Universiteit Nijmegen. Nijmegen. 11 Sept. 2001.
 
Liska, Vivian. “Was weiß die Literatur?” Congres “Gott, Geld, Medien”, Evangelische Akademie Tutzing. Tutzing. 14-16 Sept. 2001
 
Liska, Vivian. “Les femmes bibliques dans la poésie de Else Lasker-Schüler.” Conférence Trois Poetesses Juives, Université de Lille. Lille. 25 Oct. 2001.
 
Liska, Vivian. “Vorhut und Nachträglichkeit. Die Unzeitgemässheit des deutschen Expressionismus.” Conference “Das Jahrhundert der Avantgarden”,Institut für die Wissenschaft des Menschen. Wien. 30 Nov. - 2 Dec. 2001.

Liska, Vivian. Chair and conclusion on the conference “Postkolonialismus”, Universitaire Faculteiten Sint-Igatius Antwerpen. Antwerpen. 14 Dec. 2001.

2000
 
Liska, Vivian. “Kafka and Judaism.” Instituut voor de Studie van het Jodendom, Universitaire Faculteiten Sint-Igatius Antwerpen. Antwerpen. 10 Feb. 2000
 
Liska, Vivian. “Kafka and Zionism.” Instituut voor de Studie van het Jodendom, Universitaire Faculteiten Sint-Ignatius Antwerpen. Antwerpen. 17 Feb. 2000
 
Liska, Vivian. “Paul Celan, de dichter als denker.” Werkgroep Literatuur en Filosofie, Universitaire Faculteiten Sint-Ignatius Antwerpen. Antwerpen. 1 Mar. 2000.
      
Liska, Vivian. “From Feminist Literary Criticism to Gendered Cultural Studies: A Critical Touchstone.” Conference “Literature and Society”, Rijksuniversiteit Gent. Gent. 7 Apr. 2000.
 
Liska, Vivian. “When Kafka says We.” Leerstoelgroep Literatuurwetenschap Universiteit van Amsterdam. Amsterdam. 13 Apr. 2000.
 
Liska, Vivian. “Das Gesagte – ein Verbrechen.” Akademie der bildenden Künste. Wien. 3 May 2000.
 
Liska, Vivian. “Sue Ellen Case vs. Judith Butler.” GGS lecture series “Performance and Performativity”, UIA. Antwerpen. 13 June 2000.

Liska, Vivian. “Lieben sie Rilke?” Congres “Die Welt schön schreiben. Rilkes Poetik und die Folgen”, Universitaire Faculteiten Sint-Igatius Antwerpen. Antwerpen. 27 Oct. 2000.
      
Liska, Vivian. “Die Verwandlung des Patriarchen. Franz Kafka aus feministischer Perspektive.” Symposium “Kafka und die Frauen”, Stichting Nederlandse Franz Kafka-Kring. Rotterdam. 29 Oct. 2000.
      
Liska, Vivian. “Odradeks Schwestern.” International Conference “Kulturelle Transformation der Dinge”, Universität Paderborn. Paderborn. 3-5 Nov. 2000.
      
Liska, Vivian. “Von feministischer Literaturkritik zu kulturellen Geschlechterstudien.” Lecture series “Des Feminismus neue Kleider”, Universität Hamburg. Hamburg. 9 Nov. 2000.
 
Liska, Vivian. “Wurzelgeträum, blutunterwaschen. Zu einem Motiv im Werk Paul Celans.” Conference “Identität und Gedächtnis in der jüdischen Literatur nach 1945”, Universität Mainz. 15-17 Nov. 2000.
 
Liska, Vivian. “Dichtung nach Auschwitz. Am Beispiel Paul Celans”, B'nai B'rith. Basel. 23 Nov. 2000.

Liska, Vivian. Introduction, chair and conclusion of panel “Diskurs en Praktijk”, Conference Sophia. Brussel. 8 Dec. 2000.

Liska, Vivian. “Ein Philosoph... Kafkas “Der Kreisel.”” Universiteit Antwerpen, werkgroep Literatuur & filosofie. Antwerpen. 22 Dec. 2000.

1999
 
Liska, Vivian. “German Jewish Women Writers.” Instituut voor de Studie van het Jodendom, Universitaire Faculteiten Sint-Igantius Antwerpen. Antwerpen.
part I: “Else Lasker-Schüler.” 28 Jan. 1999
part II: “Ilse Aichinger.” 11 Feb. 1999.
 
Liska, Vivian. “Modernism revisited.” Conférence Modernisme, Université de Louvain La Neuve. 11 Feb. 1999.

Liska, Vivian. “Hölderlin und Celan.” Course “Hölderlin”, Universitaire Instellingen Antwerpen. Antwerpen. 26 Apr. 1999.

Liska, Vivian. Introduction of the workshop “Modernism: a Project.” Universitaire Instellingen Antwerpen. Antwerpen. 25 May 1999.
 
Liska, Vivian. “Ödön von Horvath.” Introduction to a play at the Bourla Schouwburg, Het Toneelhuis. Antwerpen. 29 June 1999.

Liska, Vivian. “Biblische Frauen in der Lyrik Else Lasker-Schülers.” Conference “Männerphantasien und Weiblichkeitswahn. Ideologisierung von biblischen Frauengestalten”, Evangelische Akademie Tutzing. Tutzing. 9-11 July 1999.
 
Liska, Vivian. “Kafka and the Yiddish Language.” Yiddish Summer School. Brussel. 14 July 1999.
 
Liska, Vivian. “Else Lasker-Schülers hebräische Balladen.” Else Lasker- Schüler-Gesellschaft. Wuppertal. 7 Sept. 1999.
 
Liska, Vivian. “Die Mortifikation der Kritik. Das Nachleben von Walter Benjamins Wahlverwandtschaften-Essay.” Conference “Internationales Kolloquium zur Goethe-Rezeption in Europa”, Goethe-Institut Brüssel. Brussel. 30 Sept. - 2 Oct. 1999.

Liska, Vivian. “Neighbors Foes and other Communities. When Kafka says We.” Conference “Ich bin Ende oder Anfang: Kafka Zionism and Beyond”, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Jerusalem. 24-29 Oct. 1999.

Liska, Vivian. Member of panel “Der Spezialist”, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven. Leuven. 15 Dec. 1999.

1998
 
Liska, Vivian. “Instructive Dissymmetries: Reflections.” Conference “Searching for Memory and Justice”, Yale University. New Haven. 8-10 Feb. 1998.
 
Liska, Vivian. “Sofie's Angel. Ilse Aichinger and the Gruppe 47.” Conference “The Impact of the German-Jewish Encounter on Western Culture”, Ben Gurion University. Beer Sheva. 8-10 Mar. 1998.

Liska, Vivian. Introduction to the conference “Brechts Erbe/Brechts erfenis”, Universitaire Instellingen Antwerpen/ Universitaire Faculteiten Sint-Igatius Antwerpen. Antwerpen. 24 Apr. 1998.
 
Liska, Vivian. “Vom Schutteimer zum Schüttelreim. Über Ilse Aichingers Erzählung “Der Engel”.” Conference “Verschwiegenes Wortspiel. Lautmagie und Sprachregie bei Ilse Aichinger”, Vrije Universiteit Brussel. Brussel. 27-28 Apr. 1998.
 
Liska, Vivian. “Paul Celan. A German-Jewish Poet.” University of Canterbury. Canterbury. 11 May 1998.

Liska, Vivian. “Legitimität im Werk Paul Celans.” Universität Mainz. Mainz. 9 June 1998.

Liska, Vivian. Member of the panel “Gendered Bodies and Nationhood”,  ISSEI Congres “Tradition and Innovation.” Universiteit Haifa. Haifa. 16-21 Aug. 1998.
 
Liska, Vivian. “Walter Benjamins Dialektik der Aufmerksamkeit.”, Conference “Aufmerksamkeit”, IFK Internationales Forschungszentrum Kulturwissenschaften. Wien. 8 Oct. 1998.

Liska, Vivian. “Individuelle und nationale Identität in Annette Kolbs Das Exemplar.” ISSEI Congres “Tradition and Innovation.”, Universiteit Haifa. Haifa. 16-21 Aug. 1998.

Liska, Vivian. “La Verticalité de l’ésprit. L’Ethique dans la poésie de Paul Celan.” Maison Heinrich Heine. Paris. 8 Dec. 1998.

1997
 
Liska, Vivian. “A Matter of Roots. Literary Reflections on Jewish Identity in the Shadow of the Shoa.” Instituut voor de Studie van het Jodendom, Universitaire Faculteiten Sint-Igantius Antwerpen. Antwerpen.
part I: “Reversing - Roots toward Heaven.” 6 Mar. 1997.
part II: “Returning - Roots from the Past.” 13 Mar. 1997.
 
Liska, Vivian. “Erich Fried. Rhétorique et Humanisme.” Théâtre poème. Brussel. 17 Mar. 1997.
 
Liska, Vivian. Introduction to the conference “From Memory to History. Controversies about Holocaust Remembrance.” Universitaire Insteling Antwerpen. 12 May 1997.

Liska, Vivian. “Between Silence and Babel.” Conference “From Memory to History. Controversies about Holocaust Remembrance”, Universitaire Instellingen Antwerpen. Antwerpen. 12 May 1997.
 
Liska, Vivian.  “Die Aktualität von Ricarda Huchs Erinnerungen von Ludolf Ursleu dem Jüngeren.” Internationales Ricarda Huch-Symposium, Ricarda Huch Gesellschaft. Braunschweig. 15-17 Nov. 1997.
 
Liska, Vivian. “Sarah Kofman's Parricidal Autobiographies.” Conference “Narrating Selves and Others: Feminist Theory in Practice”, Universitaire Instellingen Antwerpen. Antwerpen. 28 Nov. 1997.

Liska, Vivian. “Voices of Remembrance: current debates about modes of holocaust commemoration.” Instituut voor de Studie van het Jodendom. Antwerpen. 4 Dec. 1997.

Liska, Vivian. “Jewish Voices - German Words: German Poetry and Jewish Poets after 1945.” Instituut voor de Studie van het Jodendom. Antwerpen. 11 Dec. 1997.
 
Liska, Vivian. “Littérature et féminisme.” Conference SOPHIA. Brussel. 12 Dec. 1997.
 
Liska, Vivian. “Hermetiek en Hermeneutiek. Een voorbeeld.” Doctoraatsopleiding, Universitaire Instellingen Antwerpen. Antwerpen. 18 Dec. 1997.
 
1996
 
Liska, Vivian. “Van juichen tot lallen. Friedrich Hölderlin en Paul Celan.” Seminar Prof. Geert Lernout on Friedrich Hölderlin, Universitaire Instellingen Antwerpen. Antwerpen. 16 Apr. 1996.
 
Liska, Vivian. “Last Words. Sarah Kofman between Theory and Memory.” Conference about “The Last Phase of Survivor Literature”, Ben Gurion University of the Negev. Beer Sheva. 22 May 1996.
 
Liska, Vivian. “Paul Celan: een inleiding.” Instituut voor de Studie van het Jodendom, Universitaire Faculteiten Sint-Ignatius Antwerpen. Antwerpen. 21 Nov. 1996.
 
Liska, Vivian. “Paul Celan: een gedicht.” Instituut voor de Studie van het Jodendom, Universitaire Faculteiten Sint-Ignatius Antwerpen. Antwerpen. 28 Nov. 1996.

1995
 
Liska, Vivian. “La littérature et la femme.” WIZO. Antwerpen. 16 Jan. 1995.
 
Liska, Vivian. “Feminisme, Postmodernisme en de Verlichting. Een debat met Leo Apostel.”  RUG-Centrum voor Genderstudies. Gent. 15 Feb. 1995.
 
Liska, Vivian. “Das kleine Glück und das grosse Nein. Gerhard Roths Märchen für Dialektiker im Roman Landläufiger Tod.” Colloquium "Österreichische Literatur der Zweiten Republik", Universitaire Faculteiten Sint-Ignatius Antwerpen. Antwerpen. 29 Apr.1995.
 
Liska, Vivian. “Antagonism and Appropriation: Modernism meets Feminism.” GAS Vrouwenstudies, Universitaire Instellingen Antwerpen. Antwerpen. 6 Nov. 1995.
 
Liska, Vivian. “Woman as Allegory of Modernity.” Conference on "Modernism and Feminism", University of Lublin. Lublin. 20 Nov. 1995.
 
Liska, Vivian. “Wider das Automatenwort. Paul Celan und die Legitimität der dichterischen Rede.” Colloquium Paul Celan, École normale supérieure. Paris. 24 Nov. 1995.
 
Liska, Vivian. “ “Kleines Wurzelgeträum, das mich hält ...” Radikalität und Restbestand in Paul Celans jüdischer Identitätsverweigerung.” Colloquium Paul Celan, École normale supérieure. Paris. 27 Nov. 1995.
  
1994
 
Liska, Vivian. “La littérature et le non.” Leeskring Texte-Echange. Antwerpen. 24 Oct. 1994.
 
Liska, Vivian. “Chekhov et Zweig: Deux nouvelles.” Leeskring Texte-Echange. Antwerpen. 15 Nov. 1994.
 
Liska, Vivian. “Feminisme en Modernisme.” GAS Vrouwenstudies, Universitaire Instellingen Antwerpen. Antwerpen. 14 Nov. 1994.

1993
 
Liska, Vivian. “Wie is Camille Paglia?” NFWO-werkgroep, Universitaire Instelllingen Antwerpen. Antwerpen. 25 Mar. 1993.

Liska, Vivian. “Inleiding in de feministische literatuurstudie.” Vrouwenstudies, Universitaire Instelllingen Antwerpen. Antwerpen. 11 Oct. 1993.
 
Liska, Vivian. “Lou Andreas-Salomé, Kate Chopin, Colette en de literatuur van vrouwen rond de eeuwwisseling.” Vrouwenstudies, Universitaire Instellingen Antwerpen. Antwerpen. 25 Oct. 1993.

Liska, Vivian. “Waarde en zin van de cultuurwetenschappen in de twintigste eeuw.” Dialoog met  Leo Apostel, Vlaamse Vereniging voor Cultuurwetenschappen. Antwerpen. 10 Nov. 1993.

Liska, Vivian. “Anglo-Amerikaanse versus Franse en psychoanalytische feministische Literatuurkritiek.” Vrouwenstudies, Universitaire Instellingen Antwerpen. Antwerpen. 15 Nov. 1993.

Liska, Vivian. “The New Woman as Stranger. Feminism and Modernism in Annette Kolb's novel Das Exemplar.” Modernism Conference, University of Lublin. Lublin. 23 Nov. 1993.

Liska, Vivian. “Traditie en negatie in het werk van Paul Celan.” Instituut voor de Studie van het Jodendom, Universitaire Faculteiten Sint-Ignatius Antwerpen. Antwerpen. 2 Dec. 1993.

1992
 
Liska, Vivian. “Uwe Johnsons Mutmassungen über Jakob - een huidig zicht.” Lecture series “Moderne Romans”, Universitaire Faculteiten Sint-Ignatius Antwerpen. Antwerpen. 31 Mar. 1992.
 
Liska, Vivian. “Literatuur, Feminisme, Vrouwelijkheid.” Lecture series Elcker-Ik. Antwerpen. 30 Apr. 1992.

Liska, Vivian. “From Topos to Trope. Feminist Revisions of Modernism.” Turn of the Century Conference, Universitaire Instellingen Antwerpen. Antwerpen. 21 May 1992.

Liska, Vivian. “Wat is feministische literatuurstudie?” Vrouwenstudies, Universitaire Instellingen Antwerpen. Antwerpen. 7 Oct. 1992.
 
Liska, Vivian. “Vrouw en literatuur.” Masereel Fonds. Leuven. 18 Nov. 1992.
 
Liska, Vivian. “Feminism and Modernism.” Course “Literatuur van de moderniteit”, Universitaire Instellingen Antwerpen. Antwerpen. 23 Nov. 1992.
 
Liska, Vivian. “Lou Andreas-Salomé, Kate Chopin, Colette en de literatuur van vrouwen rond de eeuwwisseling.” Vrouwenstudies, Universitaire Instellingen Antwerpen. Antwerpen. 23 Nov. 1992.
 
1991
 
Liska, Vivian. “Vrouw en Literatuur. Een inleiding.” Vrouwenstudies, Universitaire Instellingen Antwerpen. Antwerpen. 6 May 1991.

Liska, Vivian. “The Long Poem - a German Case.” Guestlecture in seminar of Prof. Geert Lernout "Het langere Gedicht", Universitaire Instellingen Antwerpen. Antwerpen. 7 June 1991.

Liska, Vivian. “Literatuur van vrouwen rond de eeuwwisseling.” Vrouwenstudies, Universitaire Instellingen Antwerpen. Antwerpen. 3 Oct. 1991.

1990

Liska, Vivian. “Stellungen. Kafkas “Poseidon”.” Guestlecture in seminar of Prof. Jean-Paul Bier “Hermeneutik. Der Fall Franz Kafka”, Universitaire Instellingen Antwerpen. Antwerpen. Nov. 1990.

1989

Liska, Vivian. “Paul de Mans “Crisis and Criticism”. Tekst & Geschiedenis.” Universitaire Instellingen Antwerpen. Antwerpen. Nov. 1989.

1988

Liska, Vivian. “Paul Celans “Vor einer Kerze”. Tekst & Geschiedenis.” Universitaire Instellingen Antwerpen. Antwerpen. Apr. 1988.


ORGANIZATION OF CONFERENCES, WORKSHOPS AND OTHER PROJECTS
Liska, Vivian, Organization of the conference "The Avant-Garde and the Jews", University of Antwerp, 2-4 February 2015.

Liska, Vivian, Co-organization of the conference "Judaism, Law and Literature", University of Antwerp, 14-17 July 2014.

Liska, Vivian, Organization of the conference "7th Contact Day Jewish Studies on the Low Countries", University of Antwerp, 26 May 2014.

Liska, Vivian, Organization of the conference "Disability in Jewish Thought and Culture", University of Antwerp, 31 March - 2 April 2014.

Liska, Vivian, Co-organization of the workshop "Is There a Judeo-Christian Tradition?", University of Antwerp, 12-13 February 2014.

Liska, Vivian, Organization of the conference "Variation within and across Jewish Languages", University of Antwerp, 26-28 June 2013.

Liska, Vivian, Organization of the conference "Kafka and his Readers", Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 5 June 2013.

Liska, Vivian, Organization of the conference "6th Contact Day Jewish Studies on the Low Countries", University of Antwerp, 22 May 2013.

Liska, Vivian, Organization of the conference "7th Independent Hannah Arendt Circle", University of Antwerp, 21-22 May 2013.

Liska, Vivian, Organization of the conference "Places of Encounter - Jews and Non-Jews in the Low Countries between 1500 and 1800", University of Antwerp, 14 March 2013.

Liska, Vivian, Organization of the conference "Klage/Eicha. Lament in Jewish Thought", University of Antwerp, 6-8 February 2013.
 
Liska, Vivian, Organization of the conference "Kafka and the Paradox of the Universal", University of Antwerp, 12-14 December 2012.

Liska, Vivian, Organization of the seminar "Représentations récentes de la Shoah dans les cultures francophones", University of Antwerp, 25-26 October 2012.

Liska, Vivian, Co-organization of the conference "The Book of Job. Ethics, Aesthetics and Hermeneutics", Princeton University 14-16 October 2012.

Liska, Vivian, Organization of the workshop "Law, Sacrifice and Morality: A Comparative View", University of Antwerp, 15-16 May 2012.
 
Liska, Vivian, Organization of the conference "Ancient Jewish Texts and the 'Literary'", University of Antwerp, Antwerp, 14-15 March 2012.
 
Liska, Vivian, Co-organization and lecture at the international conference "Schrift/Script: Writing and image-character in the work of Walter Benjamin", Princeton University, USA, 3-5 November 2011.
 
Liska, Vivian. Organization of the conference "Margins, Borders and Peripheries," University of Antwerp, Antwerp, 5-7 September 2011.

Liska, Vivian. Organization of the conference "Contemporary Perspectives on the Holocaust," University of Antwerp, Antwerp, 16-17 June 2011.
 
Liska, Vivian. Organization of the conference "Tradition and Modernity in Jewish History and Culture," Antwerp. 31 May - 1 June 2011.
 
Liska, Vivian. Organization of the workshop "Comparative Diasporas," University of Antwerp, Antwerp, 20-23 June 2011. 
 
Liska, Vivian. Organization of the conference “Jews, Commerce, and Culture”, University of Antwerp. Antwerp. 20-23 June 2010.

Liska, Vivian. Organization of the conference “Third Contact Day Jewish Studies On The Low Countries”, University of Antwerp. Antwerp. 11 May 2010.

Liska, Vivian. Organization of the conference “André et Simone Schwarz-Bart: diasporas entretissées et écritures connectées”, University of Antwerp. Antwerp. 19 April 2010.

Liska, Vivian. Organization of the conference “The Representation of the Holocaust under Question: Jonathan Littell's Les Bienveillantes”, University of Antwerp. Antwerp. 17 December 2009.

Liska, Vivian. Organization of the conference “Jewish Music in the Renaissance”, University of Antwerp/AMUZ. Antwerp. 22-23 October 2009.

Liska, Vivian. Organization of the conference “Walter Benjamins Treue – True to Walter Benjamin?”, University of Antwerp. Antwerp. 14-17 September 2009.

Liska, Vivian. Organization of the conference “Jewish Studies on the Low Countries”, University of Antwerp. Antwerp. 20 May 2009.

Liska, Vivian. Organization of the conference “Joodse scholen in de schaduw van de wet. Het joodse onderwijs en de Belgische onderwijspolitiek” (Jewish Schools in the Shadow of the Law. Jewish Education and Belgian Education Policy), University of Antwerp. Antwerp. 19 May 2009.

Liska, Vivian. Organization of the conference “Jacques Derrida: ‘plus que juif / more than Jewish’ ”, University of Antwerp. Antwerp. 19 February 2009.

Liska, Vivian. Organization of the conference “The Jewish Book in a Christian World”, University of Antwerp. Antwerp. 25-27 June 2008.

Liska, Vivian. Organization of the conference “Joodse Studies in de Lage Landen”, University of Antwerp. Antwerp. 19 May 2008.

Liska, Vivian. Organization of the conference “Recht voor een minderheid. Twee eeuwen institutionele inbedding van de joodse eredienst in België”, University of Antwerp. Antwerp. 19 May 2008.

Liska, Vivian. Organization of the conference “Jewishness, Literature and the Child”, University of Antwerp. Antwerp. 12-14 December 2007.

Liska, Vivian. Organization of the seminar with Eli Schönfeld (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem) “Emmanuel Lévinas: een joods denker in het grensgebied van de filosofie”, University of Antwerp. Antwerp. 14, 15, 20 & 22 November 2007.

Liska, Vivian. Organization of the symposium “Jewish Philosophy in the Arabic World”, University of Antwerp. Antwerp. 18 October 2007.

Liska, Vivian. Organization of the seminar with Prof. Dr. Geoffrey Hartman (Yale University) “Angels in the Academy. On a Midrash of Genesis 32:27”, University of Antwerp. Antwerp. 16 October 2007.

Liska, Vivian. Organization of the seminar with Prof. Dr. Yitskhok Niborski (Maison de la Culture Yiddish - Bibliothèque Medem - Université Paris-VII) “Het Werk van Zalmen Shneyer”, University of Antwerp. Antwerp. 9, 16 & 30 May 2007.

Liska, Vivian. Organization of the conference “Wien und die jüdische Erfahrung 1900 – 1938. Akkulturation, Antisemitismus, Zionismus”, University of Vienna. Vienna. 19-22 March 2007.

Liska, Vivian. Organization of the conference “Response, Remembrance, Representation: A Dialogue Between Postwar Jewish Literatures”, Universities of Antwerp & Ghent. Antwerp / Ghent. 6-7 November 2006.

Liska, Vivian. Organization of the workshop “Contentious Politics in Israel: Past and Present”, University of Antwerp. Antwerp. 18-19 October 2006.

Liska, Vivian. Organization of the conference “Modernism and the Modern through the Ages”. Conference of the Coordinating Committee of the ICLA, University of Antwerp. Antwerp. 14-15 June 2006.

Liska, Vivian. Organization of the conference “Messianism and the Law”, University of Antwerp. Antwerp. 11-12 May 2006.

Liska, Vivian. Organization of the junior scholars' conference “On The Outlook: Figures of the Messianic”, University of Antwerp. Antwerp. 10-11 May 2006.

Liska, Vivian. Organization of the seminar with Eva Meyer “What Does The Veil Know?”, University of Antwerp. Antwerp. 1 February 2006.

Liska, Vivian. Organization of the conference “Benjamin - Agamben: Symposium über das Politische im 21. Jahrhundert”, Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf. Düsseldorf. 24 November 2005.

Liska, Vivian. Organization of the seminar with Prof. Dr. Yitskhok Niborski (Maison de la Culture Yiddish - Bibliothèque Medem - Université Paris-VII) “J. L. Peretz en het Chassidisme”, University of Antwerp. Antwerp. 23 & 30 November & 7 December 2005.

Liska, Vivian. Organization of the conference “Hans Jonas: Philosopher and Jew”, University of Antwerp. Antwerp. 1 June 2005.

Liska, Vivian. Organization of the conference “Saving Sirens. Knowledge and Seduction”, University of Antwerp. Antwerp. 17 May 2005.

Liska, Vivian. Organization of the seminar with Prof. Dr. Yitskhok Niborski (Maison de la Culture Yiddish - Bibliothèque Medem - Université Paris-VII) “De Mesjoliem van Eliëzer Steinbarg”, University of Antwerp. Antwerp. 24 February 2005.

Liska, Vivian. Organization of the graduate conference “Reconceptualizing Jewishness in Postwar Europe”, University of Antwerp. Antwerp. 12-14 January 2005.

Liska, Vivian. Organization of the conference “Theodor Herzl (1860-1904) - Between Europe and Zion”, University of Antwerp. Antwerp. 27-29 April 2004.

Liska, Vivian. Organization of the seminar with Prof. Dr. Joseph Sherman (Oxford Centre for Hebrew and Jewish Studies, University of Oxford) “De mythe van de joodse paus”, University of Antwerp. Antwerp. 12 February 2004.

Liska, Vivian. Organization of the conference “Tussen Neo-Kantianisme en Postmodernisme: Facetten van de joodse filosofie in de 20e eeuw”, University of Antwerp. Antwerp. 17 December 2003.

Liska, Vivian. Organization of the workshop “Literatuur en identiteit: tussen particularisme en metaforisering”, Universitaire Faculteiten Sint-Igatius Antwerpen. Antwerpen. 22 May 2003.

Liska, Vivian. Organization of the workshop and panel with Geoffrey Hartman “Aestheticide and what we call Cultural Studies”, Universitaire Faculteiten Sint-Igatius Antwerpen. Antwerpen. 8 May 2003.

Liska, Vivian. Organization of the workshop “Celans Lyrik und die Grenze von Interpretation und Übersetzung”, Universitaire Faculteiten Sint-Igatius Antwerpen. Antwerpen. 10 Apr. 2003.

Liska, Vivian. Organization of the conference “Contemporary Jewish Writing in Europe”, Universitaire Faculteiten Sint-Igatius Antwerpen. Anwerpen. 23-24 Oct. 2002.

Liska, Vivian. Organization of the conference “The Instance of Trauma”, Universitaire Instellingen Antwerpen. Antwerpen. 31 May 2001.

Liska, Vivian. Organization of the workshop “Modernism: a Project”, Universitaire Instellingen Antwerpen. Antwerpen. 25 May 1999.

Liska, Vivian. Organization of the workshop with Geoffrey Hartman “The Fateful Question of Culture”, Universitaire Instellingen Antwerpen. Antwerpen. 18 May 1998.

Liska, Vivian. Co-Organization of the conference “Narrating Selves and Others: Feminist Theory in Practice. An Interdisciplinary Conference on Sociocultural Critique and (Auto)biography”, Universitaire Instelling Antwerpen. 28-29 Nov. 1997.
Liska, Vivian. Organization international conference “From Memory to History. Controversies about Holocaust Remembrance,” Universitaire Instelling Antwerpen, Provinciehuis. 12 May 1997.

OTHER PROJECTS

Promotor or Co-Promotor of the Following Doctorates and Research Projects:

"Es muss noch etwas mehr geben als - Mich und Dich". Naar een politieke theologie van het dialogische denken Dennis Baert 01/10/2012 -
Giorgio Agamben and the Arts Virginia Tassenari 01/01/2011 -
Literature: interpretations of Franz Kafka in French existentialism Jo Bogaerts 01/01/2011 -
A Crow in Heaven. Aphorism and narrative in Max Brod’s religious interpretation and edition of Kafka David Dessin 01/10/2011 -
As German as Kafka. Comparative Analysis of National identity in German-Jewish Literature and German Literature of Migration Lene Rock 01/09/2011 -
Tikkun and Tekhnē: Jewish Answers to Heidegger’s ‘Frage nach der Technik’ Nathan Van Camp 01/07/2007 - 24/05/2013
Doctoral defense: 24 May 2013
Wordplay in the Hebrew Bible and the versiones antiquae Karolien Vermeulen 01/02/2007 -
Doctoral defense: 9 December 2013
Text and Music in Transformation and Interaction. A Study of the Relationship between Modern German Poetry and Arnold Schoenberg's Free-Atonal Composition Technique Stephan Weytjens 01/01/2007 - 31/12/2008
Walter Benjamin's Theory of Eingedenken Beatrice Hanssen 01/01/2007 - 31/03/2007
„Mit dem Buch ins Volk“. Das Buch in der nationalsozialistischen Propagandapolitik
Ine Van linthout 01/05/2006 - 10/07/2008
Doctoral defense: 10 July 2008
Die mikrologische Topographie des Alltäglichen: Diskursive Konstellationen in den Tagebüchern Victor Klemperers
Arvi Sepp 01/10/2005 -
30/09/2008
Doctoral defense: 15 September 2008
The Representation of the Holocaust in Contemporary Children's and Youth Literature and the Perspective of the Child in Literary Texts about the Holocaust Katrien Vloeberghs 01/06/2005 -
Sentimentalism and Modernism in Silent American Narrative Cinema: the Films of Frances Marion (1914-1928) Anke Brouwers 01/10/2004 -
Jewish Identity in GDR Literature Parcifal Seeldrayers 01/09/2004 - 31/08/2005
Asyllose Welt: Exil und Flucht am Beispiel von Lion Feuchtwangers Exil, Anna Seghers’ Transit und Albert Drachs Unsentimentale Reise
Liesbeth Haagdorens 01/03/2002 - 31/02/2006
Doctoral defense: 19 September 2008
Flanders in Nazi-Germany (1933-1945). Investigating the Building of an Image
Ine Van linthout 01/06/2001 - 30/04/2006
The Child without Face. Figurations of Childhood in Literary Modernism, in the theories of Lyotard, Kristeva and Agamben, and in Contemporary Literature for the Young
Katrien Vloeberghs 01/10/2000 - 31/05/2005
Doctoral defense: 4 May 2005
Opening Up the Nursery: Dislocation of the Child Motif in Today's Western Children's Literature Katrien Vloeberghs 01/02/1999 - 30/09/2000
Modernism in the Context of the ICLA-Series on the Major Periods in Literary History Vivian Liska

01/10/1999 - 30/09/2001



Member of the following Doctoral Commissions:

Sami Sjöberg
University of Helsinki 2012
Johana Wagner English Literature - Ghent University 2010
Birgit Van Puymbroeck English Literature - Ghent University 2010
Ruben De Baerdemaeker
English Literature - Ghent University 2010
Kerstin Schreck Philosophy - Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf  2009
Bart Lievens
English Literature - Ghent University
2008
Bram Ieven Literary Studies - Leiden University 2007
Pieter Vermeulen
English Literature - K.U.Leuven
2007
Gerald Sommerer
German Literature - Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf
2006
Jan Ceuppens
German Literature - K.U.Leuven 2005
Aagje Swinnen
Dutch Literature - Ghent University 2004
Gunther Martens
German Literature - Ghent University 2003
Kenneth Crab
Comparative Literature - University of Antwerp
2002
Kurt Vanhoutte
Theater Studies - University of Antwerp 2001
Inge Landuyt
Comparative Literature - University of Antwerp 1999
Marko Pajevic
German Literature - University of Paris VIII 1999
Dirk Van Hulle
Comparative Literature - University of Antwerp
1999