Michael Spiegel, English Instructor
Dr. Spiegel is an English teacher at University High School. He joined our faculty in 2018.
B.A. in English, University of Wisconsin-Madison
M.A. in Literature, Northwestern University
Ph.D. in English Language and Literature, University of Virginia
English Teacher, Severn School
Adjunct Professor and Graduate Instructor, University of Virginia
Accomplishments & Publications
“Is Modernism Really Transnational? Ulysses, New Cosmopolitanism, and the Celtic Tiger,” Cultural Critique, May 2015.
“Character in a Post-National World: Neomedievalism in Atwood’s Oryx and Crake,” Mosaic, Sept. 2010.
“‘The Most Precious Victim’: Joyce’s ‘Cyclops’ and the Politics of Persecution,” James Joyce Quarterly, Fall 2008.
AP English Literature & Composition
Greece: Art & Architecture
What do you like about working at University High School?
What I love most about University High School is how the students, faculty, and staff all care so deeply about the school, the community, and each other. It’s really quite remarkable and makes for an amazing atmosphere to work in and be a part of.
My wife, Sabrina, and I are the proud parents of Beckett, Emerson, and Maddox. In my free time, I enjoy building forts, chasing (and being chased by) invisible dinosaurs, and flying imaginary airplanes.
Telephone: (317) 733-4475, ext. 183