Visiting Professor in the Department of English
Judith Ruderman retired from her Duke University positions of Vice Provost and Adjunct Professor of English in 2009. With her current title of Visiting Professor she continues to teach seminars in literature for the English department once a year, as she has done since 1989. Her research and teaching interests are twofold: D. H. Lawrence and Jewish-American literature. She is working now on a study of passing strategies in Jewish-American literature and culture.
- Ph.D., Duke University 1976
Ruderman, J. Race and Identity in D.H. Lawrence: Indians, Gypsies, and Jews. March 27, 2014. Full Text
Ruderman, J. Joseph Heller. Continuum International Pub Group, June 1, 1991.
Ruderman, J. William Styron. Ungar Publishing Company, 1987.
Ruderman, J. D.H. Lawrence and the devouring mother the search for a patriarchal ideal of leadership. Duke Univ Pr, 1984.
Ruderman, J. "Bloomsbury, Modernism, and the Reinvention of Intimacy." MODERN PHILOLOGY 111.4 (May 2014): E455-E458.
Ruderman, J. "Destinies of Splendor: Sexual Attraction in D. H. Lawrence." Ed. D Wuchina. D. H. Lawrence Review 36.1 (2011): 138-140.
Ruderman, J. "'Boys in khaki, girls in print': Women's literary responses to the Great War 1914-1918." ENGLISH LITERATURE IN TRANSITION 1880-1920 50.1 (2007): 118-120. Full Text
Ruderman, J. "D. H. Lawrence's paintings." ENGLISH LITERATURE IN TRANSITION 1880-1920 48.2 (2005): 244-248.
Ruderman, J. "Joseph Heller: A descriptive bibliography." PAPERS OF THE BIBLIOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA 97.4 (December 2003): 605-607.
Ruderman, J. "Living at the edge: A biography of D.H. Lawrence and Frieda von Richtofen." ENGLISH LITERATURE IN TRANSITION 1880-1920 46.3 (2003): 331-335.
Ruderman, J. "D.H. Lawrence and the Bible." ENGLISH LITERATURE IN TRANSITION 1880-1920 45.1 (2002): 107-109.
Ruderman, J. "The vital art of D.H. Lawrence: Vision and expression." ENGLISH LITERATURE IN TRANSITION 1880-1920 43.4 (2000): 503-507.
Ruderman, J. "Sons and lovers: Contemporary critical essays." ENGLISH LITERATURE IN TRANSITION 1880-1920 41.1 (1998): 111-114.
Ruderman, J. "Editing D.H. Lawrence: New versions of a modern author - Ross,CL, Jackson,D." PAPERS OF THE BIBLIOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA 91.1 (March 1997): 103-105.
Ruderman, J. "Translation is no Equation: D. H. Lawrence and the Art of the Original." D. H. Lawrence : New Critical Perspectives and Cultural Translation. 2015. (Chapter)
Ruderman, J. "Angst for the Memories: Life and Times of Joseph Heller." Social Issues in Literature: War in Joseph Heller's Catch 22. 2009. (Chapter)
Ruderman, J. "Doing a Zion Stunt: D.H. Lawrence in His Land(s) of Milk and Honey." D. H. Lawrence: History, Literature, Culture. Ed. M Bell, K Cushman, T Iida, and H Tateishi. 2005. 205-224. (Chapter)
Ruderman, J. "An Englishman at Heart? : D. H. Lawrence and the National Identity Debates." D.H. Lawrence New Worlds. Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press, 2003. 50-67. (Chapter)
Ruderman, J. "William Stryon and Styron's Sophie's Choice." Reference guide to holocaust literature. St James Press, May 8, 2002. 306-307. (Chapter)
Ruderman, J. "Styron's Farewell to Arms: Writing on the Military." The critical response to William Styron. Greenwood Pub Group, 1995. 87-92. (Chapter)
Ruderman, J. "The Symbolic Father and the Ideal of Leadership." D. H. Lawrence. Essex: Longman, 1991. (Essay)
Ruderman, J. "William Styron." Encyclopedia of World Literature in the Twentieth Century. Frederick Ungar Publishing Co., Inc., 1984. 363-364. (Chapter)
Ruderman, J. "D. H. Lawrence." Encyclopedia of World Literature in the Twentieth Century. Frederick Ungar Publishing Co., Inc., 1983. 20-24. (Chapter)
Ruderman, J. "An Invitation to Dinner Party: Margaret Drabble on Women and Food." Margaret Drabble--golden realms. Pan Amer Univ Pr, December 1982. 104-116. (Chapter)
Ruderman, J. "'The Most Unkindest Cut of All': The Nose Jobs in the Ministry of Special Cases." (2016).
Ruderman, J. "D. H. Lawrence's Dis-Ease: Examining the Symptoms of Illness as Metaphor." D.H. Lawrence Review 36.2 (2011): 72-91.
Ruderman, J. "Louisa Victrix: Female Initiative in Daughters of the Vicar." Journal of D. H. Lawrence Society (December 1, 2009): 1-20.
Ruderman, J. "Melissa Zink's D.H. Lawrence: A Biography in the Analytic Mode." D. H. Lawrence Review 29 (2000): 49-51.
Ruderman, J. "D. H. Lawrence and Women of the Third Age." Journal of Aging and Identiy 1 (1996): 223-237.
Ruderman, J. "D.H. Lawrence and the Jewish Question' : Reflections on a Self-Confessed Hebrophobe." D. H. Lawrence Review 23 (1991): 99-109.
Ruderman, J. "Call It Wonderful: An Account of One Woman's Love Affair With the Other Roth ( on Henry Roth's Call It Sleep)." North Dakota Quarterly 56 (1988): 95-100.
FRIEDMAN, J, and RUDERMAN, J. "HELLER,JOSEPH AND THE REAL KING-DAVID." JUDAISM 36.3 (1987): 296-301.
RUDERMAN, J. "UPSIDE-DOWN IN 'GOOD AS GOLD' + HELLER,JOSEPH - MOISHE-KAPOYER AS MUSE." YIDDISH 5.4 (1984): 55-63.
RUDERMAN, J. "MILTON CHOICES - STYRON USE OF FROST,ROBERT POETRY IN 'LIE DOWN IN DARKNESS' + STYRON,WILLIAM." CLA JOURNAL-COLLEGE LANGUAGE ASSOCIATION 27.2 (1983): 141-151.
(94-0463) Changing Definitions of the American Family: Implications for Policy & Practice awarded by Mary Duke Biddle Foundation (Principal Investigator). 1994
(90-0096) The Legacies of Christopher Columbus awarded by National Endowment for the Humanities (Principal Investigator). 1990 to 1992