Ariela Freedman is an Associate Professor at the Liberal Arts College, Concordia University, Montreal. In 2009 she spent a semester as a Visiting Professor and Halbert Fellow in the English Department of Hebrew University, Jerusalem. She is the author of Death, Men and Modernism (Routledge 2003) and has published articles on modernism, the First World War, and comics in Modernism/modernity, JJQ, Literature Compass, Joyce Studies Annual, and other journals and edited collections. She currently holds a SSHRC Grant for a project titled “Charlotte Salomon, Comics and the Representation of Pain,” and her work on Salomon has appeared in Criticism and the anthology Graphic Details: Jewish Women's Confessional Comics in Essays and Interviews (McFarland 2014).
updated on March 16, 2015