Dory Manor

Dory Manor

Residency Dates:
Spring 2020

Dory Manor is an esteemed Israeli poet, translator, and editor. He received Israel’s Yehuda Amichai Prize for poetry (2015); the Ministry of Culture Prize for Best Literary Editor (2011); the Tchernikovsky Prize for Best Translations of World Masterpieces (2008); and the Prime Minister’s Prize for Hebrew Writers (2007 and 2018). Founder and editor of the literary magazine Oh!, he also co-edited the first Hebrew LGBTQ poetry Anthology (2015). Manor taught Hebrew literature and translation at the INALCO University of Paris and at the Institut National de Sciences Politiques from 1996–2006. In Israel, he teaches poetry, editing, and translation at Tel Aviv University and Ben Gurion University of the Negev. He edited many works by Israeli prize-winning poets and writers. In 2017, he received his PhD in translation studies and comparative literature from INALCO University of Paris. Stanford University, Comparative Literature, Spring 2020.

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Israel Institute Grants

  • Grant Award Year
    (in Academic Years)
  • Israel Institute Program
  • Institutional Affiliation during Grant Term
  1. 2019-2020
    Visiting Artist Program
    Stanford University