Heyward Ehrlich

M. A., University of Chicago in English, 1951

Ph.D., New York University in American Civilization, 1963.

Assistant Professor, Michigan State University, 1963-1967.

Associate Professor, Dept. of English, Rutgers University-Newark, 1967–

Web: http://andromeda.rutgers.edu/~ehrlich or http://heywardehrlich.com

Areas of Interest: James Joyce. 19th century American Literature, New Media

1. Joyce Publications:

"Joyce, Benjamin, and the Futurity of Fiction", in European Joyce Studies Vol. 21: Joyce, Benjamin and Magical Urbanism, ed. Maurizia Boscagli and Enda Duffy. 2011, IV  

"'Araby' in Context: The 'Splendid Bazaar," Orientalism, and James Clarence Mangan," reprinted in the Norton Critical Edition of Dubliners, edited by Margot Norris (New York: Norton, 2006), originally in James Joyce Quarterly.

“Joyce, Yeats, and Kabbalah,” in Joyce on the Threshold, ed. Tim Martin and Anne Fogarty (Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2005)

Review of Joseph Lennon, Irish Orientalism: A Literary and Intellectual History (Syracuse: Syracuse Univ. Press, 2004) in James Joyce Quarterly (xxx)

“Joyce's Four-Gated city of Modernisms,” in Joyce and the City. ed. Michael Begnal (Syracuse U. Press, 2002). Leading article.

Review of Kimberly J. Devlin and Marilyn Reisbaum, eds. Ulysses -- En-Gendered Perspectives. In Modern Fiction Studies, 46, Summer 2000, 529-31

"Inventing Patrimony: Joyce, Mangan, and Irish Nationalism," in Joyce Through the Ages:  A Nonlinear View. ed. Michael Patrick Gillespie (Gainesville: University of Florida Press, 1999)

"'Araby' in Context: The 'Splendid Bazaar," Orientalism, and James Clarence Mangan," James Joyce Quarterly, 35 (In special double Issue on "Reorienting Joyce," Winter-Spring 1998), 309-331.

Review of Thomas Rice, Joyce, Chaos, and Complexity. In Modern Fiction Studies, 44 (Summer 1998) 444-46

Review of Terrence Brown, ed. Celticism (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1996) in James Joyce Literary Supplement (1998)

Review of R. B. Kirschner, ed. Joyce and Popular Culture. In James Joyce Literary Supplement (Spring 1997)

"Socialism, Gender, and Imagery in Dubliners," in Gender in Joyce, ed. Jolanta W. Wawrzycka and Marlena G. Corcoran (Gainesville: University of Florida Press, 1997), pp. 82-100).

Review of Gisele Freund, Three Days with Joyce. In James Joyce Literary Supplement (Summer 1987). Premiere issue, by invitation.

Review of Joyce and Popular Culture, ed. R. B. Kershner in James Joyce Literary Supplement, May 1997.

"Miami J'yce 1989." Letter. Miami Joyce Conference. In Irish Literary Supplement (1989).

Light Rays: James Joyce and Modernism. Editor and contributor.  (New York: New Horizon Press, 1984).  Collected papers of the 1982 Newark Joyce conference.

James Joyce and Modernism. Exhibition catalog for James Joyce Centennial, Robeson Gallery, Newark (March 1982).  Newark: Rutgers--the State University, 1982. 

2. American Literature Publications:

Editor, Collected Writings of Edgar Allan Poe, Vol. 6.  Nonfiction Prose in Philadelphia Magazines: “Burton's Gentleman's Magazine” and “Graham's Magazine.”  (New York: Gordian Press, in preparation) 

“Electrifying Poe: Researching Poe on the Web.” Forthcoming in Poe Writing/Writing Poe (AMS Press).

"Poe in Cyberspace," Semi-annual column in The Edgar Allan Poe Review [formerly PSA Newsletter] (Spring 1998 to present), online at <eapoe.info>

"The 'Mysteries' of Philadelphia: Lippard's Quaker City and 'Urban Gothic.'" To be reprinted in Nineteenth –Century Literature Criticism,  Vol. 198, NCLC-198. ed. Kathy Darrow (Gale-Cenage: 2008). Originally in Emerson Society Quarterly, 18, 1st Q 1972, 50-65.

Review of The Geodesic Poe CD-ROM (Harrison edition of 1902). (Poe Studies,  2002):

"Charles Frederick Briggs," in Dictionary of American Literary Biography (2000). (Described by Kent Ljungquist, series editor, as the best piece on Briggs ever written.)

"The Electronic Poe," Poe Studies 20 (1997) 1-26 (see above). Last updated May 2002. http://andromeda.rutgers.edu/~­ehrlich/poesites.html, also at <eapoe.info>

"Evert Augustus Duyckinck," in Dictionary of American Literary Criticism (1988).

Review of George Lippard by David S. Reynolds (Boston: Twayne Publishers 1982). In Labor History 25 (Fall 1984), 578-580 .

"The Broadway Journal: Briggs' Dilemma and Poe's Strategy," reprinted in Collected Writings of Edgar Allan Poe, v.4. ed. Burton Pollin, New York: Gordian Press, 1986, reprinted from Bulletin of the New York Public Library (1969). ()

Review of Collected Stories of Delmore Schwartz.. In American Book Review. (1983).

"American Satires on George Sand." George Sand Newsletter, 1, No. 3, Fall/Winter 1976, pp. 11-13 and illustration.

"The 'Mysteries' of Philadelphia: Lippard's Quaker City and 'Urban Gothic.'" Emerson Society Quarterly, 18, 1st Q 1972, 50-65.

"The Putnams on Copyright: The Father, the Son, and a Ghost." Papers of the Bibliographic Society of America. 63, 1st Q. 1969, pp. 15-22.

"The Broadway Journal: Briggs' Dilemma and Poe's Strategy," Bulletin of the New York Public Library. 73, Feb 1969, pp 74-93.

"Charles Frederick Briggs and Lowell's Fable for Critics." Modern Language Quarterly. 28, Sept 1967, 329-341.

"American Literature and Jacksonian Reform," Journal of Human Relations, 15, 3rd Q, 1967, pp. 1-12,. reprinted in Daniel Walden, ed., American Reform: the Ambiguous Legacy. Yellow Springs, Ohio: The Ampersand Press.

"'Diving and Ducking Moralities': A Rejoinder." Bulletin of the New York Public Library. 70, Dec 1966, 552-553.

"A Note on Melville's 'Men Who Dive." Bulletin of the New York Public Library 69, Dec 1965, pp. 661-64.

3. Humanities Computing:

Webmaster, James Joyce Society, 2002–.  <joycesociety.org.>.

The James Joyce Text Machine (1991-2002) <http://andromeda.rutgers.edu/~ehrlich/jjtm>.  A hypertext demonstration.

Plagiarism and Anti-Plagiarism.  <http://andromeda.rutgers.edu/~­ehrlich/plagiarism598.html>  (May 1998, revised 2000, 2002.).

Guide to Rutgers Libraries Printed and Online Databases for Research in Literature in English (2001).  Online guide to 13 printed and 6 electronic subscription databases that are resources available to members of the Rutgers community. At <andromeda.rutgers.edu/~ehrlich>.

"Computer and Information Science," in The Reader's Adviser (R. W. Bowker, 1994; revision of 1988 article )

"Humanities Applications" (with Joseph Raben), in Encyclopedia of Computer Science. Ed. Anthony Ralston. Third ed. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1993.

"The Computer in Programming and Printing the Book," in Burton Pollin, Images of Poe (Greenwood Press, 1989).

"Computer Science" in Good Reading (R. W. Bowker, 1989).

“An interdisciplinary bibliography for computers and the humanities courses,” Computers and the Humanities, 1991

Biographical articles in Encyclopedia of Communications (Oxford University Press, 1988).