Chaim Vogt-Moykopf
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    To be Jewish is, above all, to safeguard memory and open its gates to the celebration of life as well as the suffering, to the song of ecstasy as well as the tears of distress that are our legacy as Jews. (Elie Wiesel)
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Brief Personal Information

Chaim works currently as an interpreter and translator and on several publications. He taught German and Jewish German literature at the Université de Montréal (UdM) in Quebec, as part-time professor (chargé de cours) in the Department of German Studies until he finished his Ph.D. on Jewish Identity in Comparative Literature. The topic of his dissertation is: "The Sacred in the Profane: Sinai thinking in German Jewish Literature." He is married to Chaya. They have a little son named Hillel.

  Chaim lived and studied in several countries before he moved to Canada. He is a graduate of the UdM where he studied under Hans-Herbert Räkel, Jürgen Heizmann, Walter Moser and Amaryll Chanady. Diss. supervisors:

Marc-Alain Ouaknin (Bar-Ilan U., Israel)

Hans-Herbert Räkel (U. de Montréal, Québec, Canada).

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Als sei ich von einem anderen Stern is the name of the last publication

My latest book is out

Buchstabenglut is the name of the last publication

My last book

Chaim on Fisland.

Frank Island, 2007

Chaim blows the shoafar in the Rockies.

Elul 5767

Father and Son Learning Program 5767.

AvosUbanim 5766
with Shia at the Gestetner/Engelhard-chassene.
2 friends at the Gestetner-Chassene





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