Celebrating Theology and Religious Studies Faculty from the University of Nottingham: Agata Bielik-Robson

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Dear Friends and Family,

Today I want to introduce to you the other member of our Jewish studies team, Agata Bielik-Robson. I don’t know Agata’s background very well, nor has she written anything about on her university webpage. I do know that Agata spends half of her year with us in Nottingham and the other half in her native land of Poland teaching at Warsaw University.

Agata teaches primarily Jewish philosophy. Her interests include modern Jewish philosophy from Baruch Spinoza to Jacques Derrida, Jewish Gnosticism (of an anti-spirit not anti-matter nature), and contemporary philosophy, especially as it relates to theology.

Agata teaches a variety of courses on modern Jewish philosophy and is well liked by her students.

Bibliography

  • 2013. Oedipus Meets Job. On Neighbourly Relations between Jews and Greeks in Franz Rosenzweig’s Star of Redemption Rosenzweig Jahrbuch 7: Dialogsphilosophie. 7, 44-68
  • 2013. From Therapy to Redemption: Notes Towards a Messianic Psychoanalysis. In: Traces of Judaism in Contemporary Thought A. Bielik-Robson, A. Lipszyc. Routledge. (In Press.)
  • BIELIK-ROBSON, A., 2012. The Promise of the name: Jewish nominalism as the critique of idealist traditionBamidbar: The Journal of Jewish Thought and Philosophy. 3(1), 11-35
  • 2012. Erros. Mesjański witalizm i filozofia Universitas, Cracow.
  • 2012. Taking Life out of Nature. Jewish Messianic Vitalism and the Issue of Denaturalization Radical Orthodoxy. Theology, Philosophy, Politics. 1(1-2), 167-187
  • 2012. Homo anxius. Modernity on Its Way from Fear to Joy. In: Civilisation and Fear: Anxiety and the Writing of the Subject W. Kalaga. Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  • BIELIK-ROBSON, A., 2011. The Psychic Palimpsest: Freud, Derrida and Bloom on the Textual Metaphor of the Soul.In: BOZENA SHALCROSS, ed., The Effect of Palimpsest Frankfurt: Peter Lang Verlag.
  • BIELIK-ROBSON, A., 2011. Messiah without Resentment, or What Remains of Messianism in Giorgio Agamben’s Remnants of Auschwitz Bamidbar. The Journal of Jewish Thought and Philosophy. 1(1/2011),
  • BIELIK-ROBSON, A., 2011. Tarrying with the Apocalypse: the wary messianism of Rosenzweig and Levinas. In:BRADLEY, A. and FLETCHER, P., eds., The messianic now: philosophy, religion, culture Routledge.
  • 2011. Another Conversion.: Stanisław Brzozowski’s ‘Diary’ as an Early Instance of the Post-Secular Turn to ReligionStudies in East European Thought. 63(4), 279-291
  • BIELIK-ROBSON, A., 2011. Denaturalization and the Issue of Life in Jewish and Greek Thought. In: ORIETTA OMBROSI, ed., Tra Torah e Sophia. Orrizonti e frontiere della filosofia ebraica Milano: Casa Editrice Marietti.
  • BIELIK-ROBSON, A., 2011. The saving lie: Harold Bloom and deconstruction Northwestern University Press.
  • BIELIK-ROBSON, A., 2010. The Broken Constellation: Agamben’s Theology between Tragedy and Messianism Telos.152(Fall 2010), 103-126
  • BIELIK-ROBSON, A., 2009. Tarrying with the Apocalypse. The Wary Messianism of Rosenzweig and Levinas Journal for Cultural Research. 249-266
  • BIELIK-ROBSON, A., 2009. The Apocalyptic Breeze: Nihilism as a Messianic Strategy. In: ANETA SZYLAK AND GALIL ELIAT, ed., Chosen Tel Aviv: Institute of Digital Art.
  • BIELIK-ROBSON, A., 2009. Troubles with Divine Aesthetics: A. J. Heschel’s Tarrying with the Sublime. In: ADAM LIPSZYC AND STANISŁAW KRAJEWSKI, ed., Abraham Joshua Heschel. Philosophy, Theology and Interreligious Dialogue Wiesbaden: Harrasowitz Verlag. 67-86
  • BIELIK-ROBSON, A., 2008. The Traps of the Sublime The Journal of Cultural and Religious Theory, 9.2.
  • BIELIK-ROBSON, A., 2008. Promises and Excuses. Derrida and the Aporia of Narcissism Journal of the British Society for Phenomenology.
  • BIELIK-ROBSON, A., 2008. Aporias of Revelation: The Intrigue of Trace between Mysticism and Atheism. In: ADAM LIPSZYC, ed., Emmanuel Levinas. Between Philosophy and Theology Warsaw-Jerusalem: Adam Mickiewicz Institute Press.
  • BIELIK-ROBSON, A., 2008. Slavoj Zizek, or How to Philosophize with a Hammer (and a Sickle) International Journal of Zizek Studies.
  • BIELIK-ROBSON, A., 2008. Nihilism through the Looking Glass: Nietzsche, Rosenzweig, and Scholem on the Condition of Modern Disenchantment Revero. Revista de Estudas da Religiao.
  • BIELIK-ROBSON, A., 2004. Die beeinflusste Seele: Harold Bloom und die Theorie der agonistischen Subjektivierung.In: PAWEL DYBEL AND HANS JÖRG SANDKÜHLER, ed., Der Begriff des Subjekts in der modernen und postmodernen Philosophie Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang Verlag.
  • BIELIK-ROBSON, A., 2003. Hermeneutics as Via Negativa: Paul Ricoeur and the Romantics. In: ANDRZEJ WIERCIŃSKI, ed., Between Suspicion and Sympathy. Paul Ricoeur’s Unstable Equilibrium Toronto: The Hermeneutic Press.
  • BIELIK-ROBSON, A., 2002. Limits of Irony: Freedom and Responsibility in Culture. In: P. JUCHACZ AND P. KOZLOWSKI, ed., Freiheit und Verantwortung. Moral, Recht, Politik Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang Verlag.
  • BIELIK-ROBSON, A., 2002. The Primacy of Difference; On the Lack of Equillibrium in the Contemporary Moral Discourse. In: M. KEMPNY AND A. JAWLOWSKA, ed., The East-West Convergencies London: Greenwood.
  • BIELIK-ROBSON, A., 2002. Freedom and Dependence: A Psychoanalytical Contribution to the Problem of Determination Angelaki. Journal of The Theoretical Humanities. 7(3/2002),
  • BIELIK-ROBSON, A., 2000. Bad timing: The Subject as a Work of Time Angelaki. Journal of The Theoretical Humanities. 5(3/2000),

Videos

Why Study Jewish Studies?

Why Study Baruch Spinoza?

Why Study Jewish Philosophy?

How do we view life? With Tom O’Loughlin and Agata Bielik-Robson

Pesach

I hope you’ve enjoyed Agata’s videos. Make sure you check out her publications to learn about her thought.

Yours,
David

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