Photo: Robert Goddyn
British writer and academic

Gabriel Josipovici

Gabriel Josipovici is the author of novels, short stories, plays and literary criticsm. He was educated in Egypt and the United Kingdom, and studied English in Oxford. He taught English language and literature at the University of Sussex between 1963 and 1998, eventually as a professor, and left in order to become a fulltime writer. Among his works are The Book of God (1988), Touch (1996), A Life (2001), the short story collection Heart’s Wings (2010) and the analytical What Ever Happened to Modernism? (2010). Josipovici also regularly contributes to the Times Literary Supplement.

What Ever Happened to Modernism? is discussed in detail in Nexus Review.

Published in

Journal Nexus
2012

Nexus 62

Poëzie van het leven
Journal Nexus
2012

Nexus 60

Verborgen schatten van het Europees humanisme
Journal Nexus

Nexus 55

Hoop en vertroosting
Journal Nexus

Nexus 50. Europees humanisme in fragmenten

Grammatica van een ongesproken taal
Journal Nexus
2010 or Earlier

Nexus 44

Massademocratie
Journal Nexus
2010 or Earlier

Nexus 42

Europees testament
Journal Nexus
2010 or Earlier

Nexus 39

De queeste van het leven Deel III. Anatomie van het verlies

Speaker at

Conference

Nexus Conference 2008

Identity Please!

14 June 2008 09.30 - 18.00 Passenger Terminal, Amsterdam

Conference

Part I. Mass Democracy on Trial

What Is a Good Society?

13 November 2005 09.45 - 21.30 Passenger Terminal, Amsterdam
D2-105

Conference

Arts and Education

Living European Values

23 October 2004 09.00 - 17.00 Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik, Berlijn

Conference

Part III. The Anatomy of Loss

The Quest for Life

2 November 2003 9.20 - 22.00 Tilburg University