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Comparative Literature is pleased to announce the appointment of Noam Pines, PhD, to the tenure-track position of Assistant Professor in the IJTH and Comparative Literature Department as of August 2014. Noam did his graduate work in the Department of Comparative Literature at Stanford University. His PhD dissertation is titled, “The Poetics of Dehumanization in Modern Jewish Literature.” He received his MA in literature and BA in history and philosophy from Tel-Aviv University, Israel. A native Hebrew speaker, Noam is fluent in English, German and Yiddish.