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Moshe Gold

Moshe Gold

Associate Professor;
Director of the Rose Hill Writing Program

PhD, Columbia University

Research and Teaching Interests: Rhetoric and writing; James Joyce; modernism; film; pedagogy; hermeneutics; and literary theory

About Moshe Gold

Moshe Gold, the director of Fordham’s Rose Hill Writing Program, researches and teaches courses in pedagogy, writing, critical theory, James Joyce, modernism, and film. He is co-editor of Joyce Studies Annualhas published in RepresentationsSymplokeELTCriticismJoyce Studies AnnualJames Joyce Quarterly, and has essays in Levinas and Medieval LiteratureOf Elephants and Toothaches: Ethics, Politics, and Religion in Krzysztof Kieslowski’s ‘Decalogue. He is currently working on ethical challenges in Emmanuel Levinas and Shakespeare’s As You Like It.