David Miller

Associate Professor

Professor Miller teaches Yiddish literature, Ashkenazic cultural studies, narratology, and critical theory. He encourages work that links Yiddish literature to the experiences of those who wrote it and read it over the course of many centuries. His regular undergraduate offerings include Yiddish language classes, Yiddish Literature, The Holocaust in Literature and Film (team taught with Paul Reitter), and Brooklyn: The Poetics of Place. He is the author of Bibliography of Isaac Bashevis Singer, 1924-1949 (1983), and Fear of Fiction: Narrative Strategies in the Works of Isaac Bashevis Singer (1985).

Areas of Expertise
  • Yiddish Language and Literature
  • PhD, University of California, Santa Cruz

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