פרופ' גד קינר(קיסינגר)

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פרופ' גד קינר(קיסינגר)
טלפון פנימי: 03-6407481
פקס: 03-5466157
משרד: מכסיקו, 103

מידע כללי

קורות חיים

 

 

Education
1968/9-1972/3 B. A. studies  Theatre Arts, Poetics and Comparative Literature, Tel-Aviv University
6. 5. 1974 Bachelor of Arts magna cum laude in Poetics and Comparative Literature and Theatre Arts, Tel-Aviv University
1973/4-1974/5 M. A. studies  Theatre Arts, Tel-Aviv University
10. 6. 1980 Master of Arts summa cum laude in Theatre Arts, Tel-Aviv University
1985/6-1993/4 Ph. D. studies  Theatre Arts, Tel-Aviv University
6. 6. 1994 Doctor of Philosophy with distinction, Theatre Arts, Tel-Aviv University
  Title of Masters Thesis:
Rhetorical Aspects of German Expressionist Drama
Names of Supervisors: Prof. M. Lazar and Dr. E. Rozik
  Title of Doctoral Dissertation: The Implied Spectator and his Manifestations in Four Periods of the German Drama
Names of Supervisors:
Prof. Wolfgang Iser, Konstanz and California Universities,
and Dr. Uri Rapp, Tel-Aviv University
 
Academic position
1.10.88 - Department of Theatre Arts: Member of the teaching staff
22.12.99 Member of the Faculty of Arts Council
1.3.2000 Department of Theatre Arts: Senior Lecturer with Tenure
1.10.2000- Department of Theatre Arts: Head of Directing, Dramaturgy and Dramatic Writing Section
March, 2001 Member of The Forum for Holocaust Research and Teaching

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

תחומי מחקר

 

Teaching and Specialization Subjects:

 

Dramaturgy; Hebrew and Israeli Theatre and Drama; Holocaust Drama; Bible and Theatre; Israeli Women Playwrights; Experimental Israeli Theatre; German Drama and Theatre (especially: Enlightenment to Expressionism); Scandinavian Drama (especially: Ibsen, Strindberg, Bergman); Play and Performance Analysis; Rhetoric and Reception Theory; Theory and Methodology of Drama Translation; Theatre and Education.

 

Academic Awards

  1. Konstanz University, West Germany, DAAD scholarship.

1981 Tel-Aviv University. Miller scholarship.

  1. Tel-Aviv University. Lieber scholarship.
  1. Tel-Aviv University. Herbert Levin Scholarship.

1990 The Kurt Lion Foundation of Tel-Aviv

and Konstanz Universities. A travel grant

for the completion of the Doctoral dissertation.

1995, 1997, 2000 Grants from the Kurt Lion Foundation,

the “Fצrderkreis

f r Zusammenarbeit zwischen den Universitהten Konstanz umd Tel-Aviv”, the President, the Rector, the General Manager and the Research Authority – Tel-Aviv University, towards the Joint Research Group of Tel-Aviv and Konstanz Universities on the subject: The Contribution of Jewish Theatre Artists in the German Speaking Countries, in Palestine and in Israel.

2002 Grant from the Research Authority –

Tel-Aviv University, towards conducting

a research on Applied Dramaturgy.

2004 Grant from The Israel Science Foundation –

An annual sum of 121,000 NIS for four years

towards conducting a research on the subject:

Applied Dramaturgy and the Israeli Drama.

 

Frofessional Awards:
 
1969Israeli Broadcasting Corporation – Best Israeli Radio

Play: The Leaning Tower.

1970 Israeli Arts Council – Production Grant for

The Leaning Tower.

  1. The Tel-Aviv Foundation for Arts and Literature –

Publication Grant for Clinical Life.

1999 The Tel-Aviv Foundation for Arts and Literature –

Publication Grant for Breath Sample.

 

פרסומים

Articles
G. Kaynar, Rhetoric in the Performance of Israeli Drama, Motar 7, The Yolanda and David Katz Faculty of the Arts, Tel-Aviv University, 1999 (pp. 97-102) [in Hebrew]
G. Kaynar, The Play He Walked in the Fields A Milestone in the History of Israeli Theatre, Jewish Studies: Journal of the World Union of Jewish Studies, Jerusalem, The Hebrew University, Vol. 39, 1999 (pp. 67-76) [in Hebrew]
G. Kaynar, Lenz, The Soldiers: Ambivalent Revolt  Treacherous Rhetoric, ASSAPH, Section C, 15, 1999 (pp. 63 - 80) [in English]
G. Kaynar, A Jew in the Dark: The Aesthetics of Absence  Monodrama as Evocation and Formation of Genetic Collective Memory, Theatre Research International, Vol. 25, No. 1 Oxford University Press & IFTR, Spring 2000 (pp. 53-63)[in English]
Experience in Writing
1969
Radio play  The Leaning Tower, I. B. C.
1970
Stage adaptation of The Leaning Tower.
1971
Radio play - The Poem of the Rosenwald Institute,
I. D. F. Broadcasting Corporation.
1972
W D R (Westdeutscher Rundfunk) production of The Leaning Tower.
1974
Radio play  Outlawed, produced by the I. B. C.
1978
Poems  Water Flowing in this Rock, published by Proza.
1979
Stage adaptation of The Poem of the Rosenwald Institute,
At the Nissan Nativ Acting Studio.
1980
Play  Recycling, The Nissan Nativ Acting Studio.
1981
Stage adaptation of B. Brechts A Childrens Crusade,
The Telma Yelin Secondary School for the Arts.
1989
Poems  Clinical Life, published by Sifriyat Poalim.
1997
Stage adaptation  This Hate will Kill Us, in Memory of Rabin,
Habimah National Theatre.
2000
Poems  Breath Sample, published by Hakibbutz Hameuchad.
Experience in Acting and Directing
1969-1999
20 leading acting parts at The Habima Theatre, The Haifa Municipal Theatre, The Bimot Theatre, The Children and Youth Theatre, The Khan Theatre, The New Israeli Opera, The Tzavta Theatre Club, Beth-Hoven Theatre Club, Yovel Theatre, HaSifriya Theatre, private productions.
1969-2004
30 acting parts in film and television features. Last updated acting project: Revival of the Satirical Cabaret You and I and the Next War, The University Theatre, Tel-Aviv University, October 2004.
1970
Directing: The Leaning Tower
in a production sponsored by the Israeli Arts Council.
1979
Directing: The Poem of the Rosenwald Institute,
at the Nissan Nativ Acting Studio.
1980-1985
Directing: Radio-plays at Kol Israel
(I. B. C. The Israeli Broadcasting Corporation).
1992
Directing: The Apologia of Socrates,
The Cameri Theatre  The Theatronetto Festival.
2001
Directing: The Heine Family, Heine in Jerusalem Conference,
Mishkenot Shaananim, Jerusalem.
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