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Ellen G. Friedman received her Ph.D. (with Distinction) from New York University. She teaches graduate courses in contemporary literary theory, Holocaust studies, and modern and contemporary U.S. literature, and undergraduate courses in Postmemory and the Holocaust, Representations of the Holocaust, Gender and Democracy, and U.S. Literature, 1900-present. Her books include Joyce Carol Oates, Breaking the Sequence: Women’s Experimental Fiction, and Morality USA. She has published articles in such journals as Ms. Magazine, PMLA, Modern Fiction Studies and given talks nationally and internationally. She has just finished a Holocaust family history entitled The Seven, A Family Holocaust Story.
Holocaust & Genocide Studies-Interdisciplinary Minor