Lisa N Mulman
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|Cat. #||Term||Course #||Title|
|3099||02||ENL161||Literature II: Reading Closely|
|3102||05||ENL161||Literature II: Reading Closely|
|3708||15||ENL261||World Literature II|
Lisa Mulman received her B.A. in English from Harvard University in 1986, and her Ph.D. from Duke University in 2001. Her doctoral dissertation focused on Modernism and Jewish theology, and of late she has been researching intellectual culture in Paris prior to and during WWII. She has recently published an article on "Mickey in Gurs," a graphic novel of the Holocaust, as well as a book entitled Modern Orthodoxies: Judiac Imaginative Journeys of the Twentieth Century New York: Routledge, 2012).
20th c. British and European Literature
The Graphic Novel
Postmodern and Experimental Literature
Advisory Board, Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies
Modern Orthodoxies: Judiac Imaginative Journeys of the Twentieth Century (New York: Routledge), 2012.
“A Tale of Two Mice” in The Jewish Graphic Novel: Critical Approaches (Rutgers University Press), 2008.
“Sexuality on the Surface: Catholicism and the Erotic Object in The Monk,” Making History: Textuality and the Forms of 18th c. Culture (Lewisburg: Bucknell UniversityPress, 1998).
“An Archive of Catastrophe: Representations of Absence in Two Contemporary Jewish Novels,” American Comparative Literature Association Conference, Brown University, April 2012.
“Penciled Identity: The Gurs Concentration Camp as Comic,” American Comparative Literature Association Conference, Harvard University, March 2009.