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Michael Kicey

Humanities Librarian

424 Lockwood Memorial Library, North Campus
Buffalo, NY 14260

  • Ph: 716-645-7744

Department Liaison

Classics, Comparative Literature, History, Philosophy

Education and Training

  • MSLIS, Syracuse University, 2016
  • PhD, Comparative Literature, University of Michigan, 2010
  • BA, German, Franklin & Marshall College, 2001


“Road to Nowhere: The Mobility of Oedipus and the Task of Interpretation.” American Journal of Philology 135 (2014): 29-55.

“Hard Saying: Language and Teaching in Augustine and Kierkegaard.” Diacritics 41.4 (2013): 112-136.

With Dean Hammer, “Simone Weil’s Iliad: The Power of Words.” The Review of Politics 72.1 (2010): 79-96.


Digital humanities, digital corpus/lexical analysis tools, e-readers, scholarly communication & scholarly reading, open access and open educational resources, structures and practices of research; ancient Greek & Latin, classical culture, history, literature, and philosophy, classical reception; French & German culture, history, literature, and philosophy; continental philosophy, modern/contemporary literary & political theory.