SIMONS CHAIR: Mentor for GLS Students
Dr. Zaslove is a founding faculty member of SFU and since 1965, he has taught European literature, humanities, and the social history of art.
Dr. Zaslove is available for conversation and "mentoring" this term some days, evenings and weekends.
Recent Speaking Engagements and Publications:
“No bus is stopping here: Sylvia Borda’s Photographs of 100 Bus Stops - Homage to the Incommensurably Lingering Space and Place”, for Surrey Art Gallery. Publication.
A Note on Marat Sade: The Revolution and Anarchism in Exile by Peter Weiss for Althea Thauberger’s Installation on Marat Sade in Prague, Audain Gallery Panel, March 5, 2014.
Robert Chaplin’s Rag and Bone Shop - His Utopian Projects of Rigorous Beauty - Polarities, Dividing Lines, and Leaking Boundaries, Chapbook, Available at Unit/Pitt Gallery.Publication.
“Adorno and Exile: The Minima Moralia of Writing in Adorno’s Exilic State of Mind’, Presentation for the Institute for the Humanities Symposium on "Theodor Adorno: Music, Language, Authenticity". November 8.
Benjamin’s “Litmus Test”: The Aesthetics of Violence and Culture as an “Enigmatic Signifier” presented at Vancouver Institute for Social Research. November 10, 2014.