Spirituality in Mental Health Practice: Case Studies. Eds. Miriam Jaffe, Widian Nicola, Jerry
Floersch, and Jeffrey Longhofer. Routledge, forthcoming in 2020.
Social Work and LGBTQ Sexual Trauma: Phenomenological Perspectives. Eds. Miriam Jaffe,
Megan Conti, Jerry Floersch, and Jeffrey Longhofer. Routledge, 2020.
Social Work and Sexual Trauma: Phenomenological Perspectives. Eds. Miriam Jaffe, Jerry
Floersch, Jeffrey Longhofer, and Megan Conti. Routledge, 2017.
Social Work and K-12 Schools: Phenomenological Perspectives. Eds. Miriam Jaffe, Jerry
Floersch, Jeffrey Longhofer, and Wendy Winograd. Routledge, Spring
“Philip Roth, Resident Humanist: An Exemplar of Narrative Medicine.” Philip
Roth in Context. Ed. Magdalen McKinley. Cambridge University Press, forthcoming in
“Writing Progeny: Elisa Albert and Philip Roth.” With Aimee Pozorski. Open Library of
Humanities, 3(2), p.14. DOI: http://doi.org/10.16995/olh.262 2017.
[Invited] “Case and Frame: Teaching Case Study Composition.” Clinical
Social Work, Spring 2017.
[Invited] “To Sing the Body Sidatique: AIDS in Saul Bellow’s Ravelstein.” RFEA. 143.2
[Invited] “Radical Poetics and Secular Jewish Culture.” Book Review. Studies in American
Jewish Literature. Fall 2014.
[Invited] “Philip Roth’s Contributions to the Narrativization of Illness.” History, Memory,
and the Making of Character in Roth's Fiction. Ed. Gustavo Sánchez-Canales and Victoria
Aarons. CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture 16.2 (June 2014):
[Invited] “Psychosis and the City: Jew York in Saul Bellow’s The Victim.” The Saul Bellow
Journal. Spring 2013.
[Invited] “Philip Roth and the Autobiographical Gesture.” EBSCO Critical Insights Series.
- Ed. Aimee Pozorski. Fall 2013.
[Invited] “Allison Schachter’s Diasporic Modernisms.” Book Review. Philip Roth Studies. Ed.
Derek Parker Royal. Fall 2013.
[Invited] “A Mentality of Manipulation: The Evolution/Revolution of Philip Roth” The
Continuing Presence: A Collection of Contemporary Essays of Philip Roth. Fall 2013. Ed. Jane Statlander-Slote.
“Women of Roth’s Recent Tetrology.” Special Issue of Philip Roth Studies. 2013. Ed. David
Gooblar. 8:1, 2012.
[Invited] “Philip Roth: Death and Celebrity” Roth and Celebrity: A Collection. Ed. Aimee
Pozorski. Maryland: Lexington Books. Fall 2012.
Teaching and Writing With Technology. Special Issue of Writing and Pedagogy. Ed. Miriam
Jaffe-Foger. Fall 2013
Mourning Zuckerman. Special Issue of Philip Roth Studies. Aimee Pozorski and Miriam
Jaffe-Foger, eds. Spring 2009.
“Elisa Albert’s How This Night is Different.” Book Review. Studies in American Jewish
“Black-Jewish Doubling in The Tenants and The Human Stain.” Philip Roth Studies. Spring
“Keeping it All Together: Emotional Intelligence in the Classroom.” Using the New
Humanities Reader: Teacher’s Manual. Ed. Kurt Spellmeyer and Richard Miller. New
York: Houghton Mifflin, 2002.
Narrative Activism; Instructor Training; Social Work; Philip Roth; Composition; Graduate Level Reading and Writing; Case Study Method
2018-present Assistant Teaching Professor, Writing Program, Rutgers University
2013-2018: Director of the Writing Program, DSW, Rutgers University
2009-2013: Assistant Director, Writing Program, Rutgers University
2012-2013: Adjunct Instructor, Doctorate in Social Work Program, Rutgers University
2008-2012, 2018: Equal Opportunity Fund Instructor, Rutgers University
2008: Teaching Assistant, Rutgers University Writing Program
2004-2007: Full-Time Instructor, Rutgers University Writing Program (4:3 course load)
2003-2006: Part Time Lecturer, Rutgers University English Department
2002: Adjunct Instructor, Fordham University Writing Program; Rhetoric
2001-2003: Teaching Assistant, Rutgers University Writing Program
Graduate Writing Program, 502, 2018-present
Engaged Scholarship, 2013-2018
American Realism and Naturalism, 2012
The Plangere Writing Center Internship
Cultural Theory in Literary Studies, 2004, 2005, 2006
Principles of Literary Study: Prose, 2003
Basic Composition and Reading Comprehension 098/099/100/100R, 2002-present
Expository Writing 101, 2001
Research in the Disciplines 201
Special Topics: Popular Culture, The Family, Ethnic Identities
College Writing and Research 301; Course Coordinator
Special Topics: Women & Autobiography, Internet Cultures, The Culture of Work, Mone
2008: Departmental Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award, Rutgers University
2007: Mellon Dissertation Fellowship, Rutgers University
2007: Departmental Graduate Achievement Award, Rutgers University
2006: Mellon Dissertation Seminar, Princeton University
2004: The Maurice Meyer III and Irma Meyer Endowed Student Fellowship
2002: Pre-Dissertation Travel Award, Rutgers University
2002: Graduate Assistantship to Richard Miller, Assistant Director of Writing Program
Philip Roth Society
MSW in Clinical Practice, Rutgers University, 2018.
Ph.D. in English, Rutgers University, 2008.
Dissertation: Cross-Ethnic Mediums and The Autobiographical Gesture in Twentieth Century
Committee: Brent Hayes Edwards (Chair), Brad Evans, Marc Manganaro, (Readers) Ross
Posnock (Outside Reader)
Certificate in Teaching Composition, 2008.
Advisors: Kurt Spellmeyer and Richard Miller
M.A. in English, Rutgers University, 2004
Fields: Major: American Literature, the Long Twentieth Century, Theory: Ethnic Studies,
Figure: Philip Roth, Minor: American-Jewish Literature
Committee: Brent Edwards, Brad Evans, Martin Gliserman, Leslie Fishbein
B.A. with Highest Distinction in English, Rutgers University, 2000
Honors Thesis: Isaac Rosenberg: The Forgotten Jewish War Poet; Winner of the Jordan Lee
Director: Daniel Harris
2017-2019 Psychotherapist at the Center for Therapy and Counseling
Musician, Artist, Mom, and prefers pronouns she, her, hers