Susan H. Gillespie

Susan H. Gillespie is the founder of Bard College’s Institute for International Liberal Education and Bard College Fellow in Translation and Translatability. Her translations of Theodor W. Adorno include his Essays on Music, ed. Richard Leppert (15 of 27 essays), his writings on Surrealism and correspondence with Elisabeth Lenk, and numerous shorter works. Her writing on translation has been published in In Other Words, Logos (in Russian), New German Critique, and Raritan, among others.


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On Walter Benjamin’s Legacy: A Correspondence Between Hannah Arendt and Theodor Adorno
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