Frank Felsenstein


Frank Felsenstein is the Reed D. Voran Distinguished Professor of Humanities Emeritus at Ball State University. He is author of Anti-Semitic Stereotypes,1660-1830 (1995), English Trader Indian Maid: An Inkle and Yarico Reader (1999), and co-author of What Middletown Read: Print Culture in an American Small City (2015). He has prepared editions of works by Tobias Smollett (Travels through France and Italy), John Thelwall (Incle and Yarico), and Peter Aram. He is completing No Life Without You: Refugee Love Letters from the 1930s, which recaptures his parents’ flight from Nazi Germany. Felsenstein previously taught at the University of Leeds.