Enzo Traverso

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Enzo Traverso


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in Gavi, Piedmont, Italy
October 14, 1957

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Enzo Traverso est né en Italie en 1957, il a enseigné les sciences politiques à l’Université de Picardie Jules Verne. Il est professeur de sciences humaines à Cornell University (New York). , iI est l’auteur de plusieurs ouvrages, traduits en une douzaine de langues. Parmi ses derniers travaux, Le Totalitarisme (Seuil, 2001), La violence nazie (La Fabrique, 2002), À feu et à sang. La guerre civile européenne 1914-1945 (Stock, 2007 ; Hachette-Pluriel, 2009). À La Découverte, il a publiéLes Juifs et l’Allemagne (1992) et Siegfried Kracauer. Itinéraire d'un intellectuel nomade (1994, rééd. 2006). ...more

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“the presence of a lively anti-Semitism, particularly in France. Its origin lay with the ‘state Jews’, an elite almost absent in Germany or Austria, but particularly flourishing in Britain, France and Italy. Under the Third Republic, hundreds of Jews reached the summits of French public service: prefects, generals, state counsellors, deputies, senators and ministers, not to mention a large number of scholars and scientists admitted to the most prestigious cultural institutions such as the Collège de France.”
Enzo Traverso, The End of Jewish Modernity

“Israel finds itself today facing a dilemma. In the longer term, there is only one alternative. It can embark on the path of binationalism, dismantling its colonies surrounded by barbed wire and constructing with the Palestinians a political community that belongs to all its citizens, without ethnic, linguistic, cultural or religious discrimination, without a ‘right of return’ reserved for Jews throughout the world but denied to the Palestinians who were expelled from their land. Or it can remain a ‘Jewish state’, with a democracy that will inevitably come to increasingly resemble the ancient millet system of the Ottoman empire: no longer an Islamist state committed to protecting its Christian and Jewish citizens, but a Jewish state that finds ever more awkward the presence within its frontiers of a growing Muslim minority.36 Its fate will then fatally follow that of South Africa under apartheid, and in the long run, neither the Bible nor the atom bomb will manage to save it.37”
Enzo Traverso, The End of Jewish Modernity

“Edward Said y Theodor W. Adorno, que eran refinados musicólogos, dedicaron páginas muy interesantes al contrapunto y la disonancia, una escritura musical y una forma estética fundadas sobre el contraste más que sobre la armonía tonal.[1] Son excelentes metáforas para definir el papel del intelectual.”
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