Michael Williams

Associate Professor Emeritus (Term) of Comparative Humanities


Until his retirement in 2022, Michael Williams was an Associate Professor (Term) of Comparative Humanitiees, teaching courses in modernism, the fantastic in modern culture, Weimar film, and the nineteenth- and twentieth-century novel. Dr. Williams is also a novelist, having published fifteen books with a number of presses internationally. His work has been translated into seven languages, and his novel Arcady was nominated for the prestigious Locus Award for the Best Fantasy Novel of 1995.