David Stromberg is a writer and literary scholar with publications including cartoons, fiction, literary translation, and scholarly articles. He wrote his doctorate – Narrative Faith: Structural Complexity and Moral Vision – at the Hebrew University's English Department. He has since undertaken postdoctoral research at the University of Leuven and the Hebrew University's Center for the Study of French Culture, developing a research project called "Idiot Love" dealing with concepts of intimacy in Plato, Dostoevsky, and Melanie Klein. He is currently a Lady Davis / Golda Meir Fellow at the Hebrew University's Institute for Contemporary Jewry, where he is editing a collection of essays by Isaac Bashevis Singer.
Rebellion and Creativity: Contextualizing Isaac Bashevis Singer’s “Author’s Note” to The Penitent
Texts & Translation
Indecent Language, Sex, and Censorship in Literature