Maya Kronfeld

Lecturer in the Society of Fellows, Council of the Humanities, Comparative Literature and Humanistic Studies


020 Joseph Henry House


Maya Kronfeld holds a Ph.D. in Comparative Literature from the University of California at Berkeley. Her current book project, based on her dissertation, “Spontaneous Form: Four Studies in Consciousness and Philosophical Fiction,” integrates literary studies with Kantian approaches to cognition. Her interests include English and French romanticism and modernism, philosophy of mind, and jazz studies.

Kronfeld will be teaching HUM 218/219, Interdisciplinary Approaches to Literature and Arts, History, Philosophy and Religion in the Spring of 2022.

See full bio on the Society of Fellows website.

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