Paul Reitter

Paul Reitter teaches in the German Department at Ohio State University, where he is also the director of the Humanities Institute. With Louis Menand and Chad Wellmon, he recently co-edited The Rise of the Research University: A Sourcebook (2017). His writing has appeared in The Nation, Harper’s, The Paris Review, TLS, and Bookforum.


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