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For the Canadian photographer, see Donald Weber (photographer).
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|Genre||Jewish American literature|
|Notable works||Haunted in the New World|
Donald Weber is a literary critic and a specialist in Jewish American literature and film studies. He is the Lucia, Ruth, and Elizabeth Professor of English and Chair of the English department at Mount Holyoke College.
- Haunted in the New World. Indiana University Press, 2005. ISBN 0-253-34579-0. The book's subtitle, Jewish American Culture from Cahan to The Goldbergs, reflects its broad scope as a review of Jewish-American literature and popular culture.
- "Citations search: "Donald Weber" (Google Books)". Retrieved 2007-11-09.