Dr. Michael Schuldiner
Michael Schuldiner teaches Holocaust Literature, American Literature, and is especially keen on the narrative concept of “metalepsis,” the representation of the impossible in a work of literature. He is the author of Gifts and Works: Spiritual Controversy in Seventeenth-Century Massachusetts, and has edited a collection of essays called The Tayloring Shop: Essays on the Poetry of Edward Taylor and an edition of The Selected Writings of Mordecai Noah. Awards received include fellowships from The Folger Institute, the Huntington Library, the US Holocaust Memorial Museum, and a Fulbright Senior Lectureship in Israel.
Contesting Histories: German and Jewish Americans and the Legacy of the Holocaust, Texas Tech University Press, 2011.
The Selected Writings of Mordecai Noah, 1999 (Edition)
The Tayloring Shop: Essays on the Poetry of Edward Taylor, 1997 (Edited Collection)
Gifts and Works: The Post-Conversion Paradigm and Spiritual Controversy in Seventeenth-Century Massachusetts, 1991
Ph.D., Kent State University; M.Phil., Cambridge Unviersity