Idit Alphandary (Ph.D. at Yale University 2001), is a Lecturer of Comparative Literature, the Interdisciplinary Program of the Arts, International BA in Liberal Arts, and Tisch School of Film and Television at Tel Aviv University.
She also lectures at American universities (Yale, University at Buffalo), Chinese universities (Renmin University of China, Beijing, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Zhejiang Gongshang University, Hangzhou), Swisspeace, Bern University, and at Freie Universität, Berlin.
Her articles on the novel, film, aesthetics, ethics, political theory, and psychoanalysis have appeared in such journals as Philip Roth Studies, Culture Unbound: Journal of Current Cultural Research, Textus, CR: The New Centennial Review, and Philosophy Today, as well as on the edited volumes, Psychoanalysis, Aesthetics, and Politics in the Work of Julia Kristeva, (SUNY Press 2009) and Mediamorphosis: Kafka and the Moving Image, (Wallflower Press/ Columbia University Press 2016), and Democracy, Dialogue, Memory: Exprewssion and Affect Beyond Consensus, (Routledge 2019). She is the editor of collections of articles, Consciousness Between Crisis and Empowerment: Interdisciplinary Studies of Women and Gender, (Kibutz Meuchad 2017), Democracy, Dialogue, Memory: Expression and Affect Beyond Consensus (Routledge 2019).
She is currently completing a book manuscript, Autonomy, Fantasy and the Other: An Essay on Literature and Object Relations in Guy de Maupassant and D. W. Winnicott. She is currently completing a book manuscript on Narratives of Forgiveness and Resentment in Cultures of Mass Atrocities.
There Is No Such Thing as a Sexual Relationship.
Ghosts in the Arts.
Aesthetics, Ethics and the Unconscious.
Gender in Romanticism
The Truth and Desire of the Subject: Film and Psychoanalysis.
From Tragedy to Melodram.
Justice and Feminism in Film and Literature