Michael Boyden is chair professor of English at Radboud University Nijmegen. Prior to his appointment at Radboud University, he was an Associate Professor of American literature at Uppsala University, Sweden, and an Assistant Professor at Ghent University, Belgium. Boyden has been a Fulbright scholar at Harvard and a visiting scholar at Dartmouth College and Brigham Young University. Among other things, he has published on linguistic alterity in Esther Kreitman and Sholem Aleichem, as well as Saul Bellow and Isaac Rosenfeld’s postvernacular use of Yiddish.
Radboud University Nijmegen
Transformation or Distortion? Anthologizing Yiddish in a Postvernacular Age