Prose Poet

Israeli writer and translator Naomi Gal will be on campus this year as Comenius Professor of Language and Literature.

A graduate of the Sorbonne, she is the author of 13 books, including Lilith’s Divorce, Lovend, and Soap Opera, which won the Jerusalem Literary Prize. She also is an eminent translator; she speaks English, French, and Arabic, as well as Hebrew.

She will be teaching English 104: Experience of Literature in the fall and at least one section of Writing 100 in the spring.

Her husband, Joseph Ben-David, is an electrophysiologist who has joined Valley Cardiology Associates of Bethlehem.

 

September 2, 2003

While You Were Out ... :
What's been happening on campus over the summer.

Sign Language and Plaque Flap:
Restored sign on Brethren's House.
A Pat on the Back:
College introduces new awards program for employees.
Prose Poet:
Israeli writer Naomi Gal on faculty this year.
Housekeeping:
All-campus announcements.
Datebook:
Campus events calendar.
Media Matters:
Moravian faculty, staff, students in the news media.
Anniversary Waltz:
Service anniversaries of staff and faculty.
Three Wise Men:
Photo from Joe Powlette's 40th anniversary party.
Gaudeamus:
Faculty/staff/student achievements.
The Elvish Department:
English Department throws woodland fete for its students.