20190519_232407Shlomy Mualem
I wrote my dissertation on Borges and Plato at the department of comparative literature, Bar Ilan University. Thereafter, I have conducted a postdoctoral research on Borges and Wittgenstein’s philosophy at Harvard University (2001). I served as a Visiting Scholar at the department of religious studies, Tokyo University (2010) and a Research Fellow at Harvard University (2011). My main fields of interest, conducted in a comparative and inter-disciplinary approach, span between literature and philosophy, including the works of Jorge Luis Borges, the philosophy of Wittgenstein, Greek philosophy, Aesthetics, ontology, philosophy of language, theopoetics, East-West theories and Kabbalistic poetics. Presently, I serve as an associate professor at the department of comparative literature, Bar Ilan University