Ezra D. Feldman

Ezra D. Feldman


Hollander Hall Rm 54
At Williams since 2017


A.B. Harvard University (2002)
M.F.A. Cornell University, Poetry (2008)
Ph.D. Cornell University, English (2017)

Areas of Expertise

Science and Technology Studies

Narrative Theory

Sci-Fi, Speculative Fiction, and Technology

Contemporary Literature

Poetry Writing


ENGL 153 / STS 153 SEM

Androids, Cyborgs, Selves (not offered 2023/24)

ENGL 229 / AMST 230 SEM

Contemporary American Fiction (not offered 2023/24)

ENGL 376 / AMST 376 / STS 377 SEM

Landscapes in American Literature (not offered 2023/24)

Scholarship/Creative Work


Habitat of Stones (poems), Tebot Bach 2017

On What Sun (poems), in progress


“The Genie Effect: An End to the Aesthetics of Automation?” (in progress)

“Metafiction and Contemporary Fiction,” Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Literature, 2019

“The Describer’s Nightmare: Touching Form in Colson Whitehead’s John Henry Days,” NOVEL 52:3, Winter 2019

“Weird Weather: Nonhuman Narration and Unmoored Feelings in Charlotte Brontë’s Villette,” Victorians Journal of Literature and Culture 130, Fall 2016