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An eleven-month investigation at New York University determined that Ronell sexually harassed a graduate student, and the university suspended her without pay for the — academic year. Avital Ronell was born in Prague to Israeli diplomats and was a performance artist before entering academia. She attended Rutgers Preparatory School and graduated in A professor at the University of Virginia for a short time period, Ronell claims she was fired because she taught continental philosophy and "went to the gym on a regular basis: [her] colleagues were shocked by this—it didn't correspond to their image of an academic woman!
Ronell served as Chair to the Division of Philosophy and Literature and to the Division of Comparative Literature at the Modern Language Association from to ,  and gave a keynote address at the annual meeting of the American Comparative Literature Association in Ronell argues for the necessity of the unintelligible. In , she wrote one of the first critical inquiries to theorize the AIDS crisis.
Ronell investigates one of Goethe's most influential works, Conversations with Eckermann , which he did not write but instead dictated to a young schizoid companion, Johannes Peter Eckermann. Heralded by Nietzsche as "the best German book," Conversations with Eckermann contains Goethe's last thoughts about art, poetry, politics, religion, and the fate of German literature and philosophy. Ronell reads Conversations with Eckermann as a return from beyond the grave of the great master of German literature and science. Ronell starts by exploring Goethe's focus on "a certain domain of immateriality—the nonsubstantializable apparitions Ronell names Goethe the "secret councilor Geheimrat " of Freud and already anticipates her work on the Rat Man in the third footnote where she alludes to the "suppository logic, inserting the vital element into the narrative of the other.
In general, Dictations: On Haunted Writing traces the closure without end of influence's computation. Ronell starts to address the fiction of the writer as a particularly admirable human being and argues for the necessary passivity of the writer as a human being. Ronell also troubles the notion of a body of work as a totality.
Dictations: On Haunted Writing explores how the work of writing in general adheres to a call dictated from elsewhere, a call formative of desire. Ronell questions the operations that such ordinary objects as the telephone and book dictate.
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She signs the text as the operator of the switchboard alongside Richard Eckersley , operator of design , and Michael Jensen, operator of compositor. Eckersley's design departs from his " typographic subtlety and restraint" towards a computer design, marked by new page-making software programs to interpret the text typographically.
Pushing the limits of an ordinary "Table of Contents" or "Footnotes," the operators set up a " Directory Assistance ," in which chapters appear as reference indexes, and a yellow pages entitled " Classified ," in which footnotes appear as soliciting advertisements.
Following "A User's Manual," the text begins as if the reader answers a call: "And yet, you're saying yes, almost automatically, suddenly, sometimes irreversibly. Ronell takes as her point of departure Nietzsche's articulation that, as long as culture has existed, it has supported and inspired addiction. The result is a text whose performance disturbs simple comprehension and frustrates any reading that wishes to tackle drugs on one side or another of a binary opposition.
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