Stephen Rachman » Affiliated Faculty
Stephen Rachman [Ph.D. American Studies, Yale] is Director of the American Studies Program and Co-Director of the Digital Humanities Literary Cognition Laboratory at Michigan State University. Dr. Rachman is the editor of The Hasheesh Eater by Fitz-Hugh Ludlow (Rutgers University Press). He is a co-author of the award-winning Cholera, Chloroform, and the Science of Medicine: A Life of John Snow (Oxford University Press) and the co-editor of The American Face of Edgar Allan Poe (Johns Hopkins University Press). He has written numerous articles on Poe, literature and medicine, cities, popular culture, and an award-winning website on Sunday school books for the Library of Congress American Memory Project. He is a past president of the Poe Studies Association and currently completing a study of Poe titled The Jingle Man: Edgar Allan Poe and the Problems of Culture. For many years, Dr. Rachman has taught ENG 344 “Jewish-American Literature” and directed honors theses on such notable authors as Emma Lazarus, Philip Roth, Abraham Cahan, Mike Gold, and Cynthia Ozick.
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