Dr Kevin Daniel Goldstein received his PhD in Comparative Literature from New York University. His main research interests include comparative literature of the Americas; modernism; disability studies; cognitive approaches to literature; oral poetics; and queer theory. He is currently working on his book manuscript, entitled On Our Blindness: Embodiment and Disability in the Literature of the Americas.
Comparative literature of the Americas
Cognitive approaches to literature
“’La cara que me mira’: Demythologizing Blindness in Borges’s Disability Life Writing,” Libre Acceso: Latin American Literature and Film through Disability Studies, eds. Susan Antebi and Beth Jorgensen, Albany, NY: SUNY Press, 2016.
“Nurtured in a Lonely Place: The Weise Frau as Type in Die Gänsehirtin am Brunnen,” Transgressive Tales: Queering the Grimms, eds. Kay Turner and Pauline Greenhill, Detroit, MI: Wayne State University Press, 2012.
Literature and Humanities I & II