Naomi Shulman

Naomi Shulman received her PhD in comparative literature from the University of California, Berkeley. She works on problems of ethics, memory, intertextuality, and poetics, focusing on Anglophone, German, Yiddish, and French contexts as well as on Jewish studies. She currently lives and teaches in Paris. Her most recent publication, “Poetik der Verantwortung: Eine Analyse von Paul Celans Gedicht ‘Nah, im Aortenbogen,’” appeared in October 2010 in the volume Scham und Schuld: Geschlechter(sub)texte der Shoah, edited by Maja Figge, Konstanze Hanitzsch, and Nadine Teuber.