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CWRU Presents: Agata Tuszynska on Love, Literature and the Legacy of Polish Jewish Author, Bruno Schultz

Thursday, May 2, 2019 27 Nisan 5779

7:00 PM - 9:00 PMSuburban Temple-Kol Ami

The Program: The life of Polish Jewish author, Bruno Schulz, was cut short through a violent death at Nazi hands, and much of his writings were lost. Nevertheless, the stories and essays he left behind earned him a reputation as one of Poland’s great writers, and his work continues to influence contemporary Jewish authors of renown, including David Grossman and Philip Roth. In this talk, Agata Tuszynska— who has recently published an award-winning biography of Schultz—focuses on the role that Schultz’s fiancée and muse played in ensuring Schultz’s legacy.



Members of Suburban Temple-Kol Ami and Lifelong Learning: free

Nonmembers cost: $5

Registration in advance is recommended.


Register online:  Agata Tuszynska on Love, Literature and the Legacy of Polish Jewish Author, Bruno Schultz

For registration by phone please contact Siegal Lifelong Learning at 216.368.2091


About Agata Tuszynska: The daughter of Bogdan Tuszyński, sports reporter and historian, and Halina Przedborska journalist, Agata Tuszynska graduated from the prestigious Academy of Drama and Theatrical Art in Warsaw, majoring in History of Drama. She received her PhD in humanities from the Institute of Arts of the Polish Academy of Sciences. In 1987–1992, she worked as a lecturer at the Institute of Literary Research. In 1996–1998, she lectured at the Center for Journalism in Warsaw, and from 2001, taught courses in reportage and literary history at Warsaw University. From 2011 she's been cooperating with the Reportage Institute in Warsaw.

Agata Tuszynska's visit is made possible by the generous support of Diane and Arthur Stupay (...and is a cousin of ST-KA's Art Stupay!)

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