Noah Zeldin graduated in 2011 from Northwestern University with a B.Mus. in Composition and spent a semester in Tübingen on a DAAD scholarship. After graduation, he lived in Vienna, where he studied comparative literature and worked as a translator, primarily for the record label KAIROS. Noah joined the department in the fall of 2013 and earned his M.A. from the department the following spring. Current scholarly interests include the acoustic and formal analysis of verse and prose and the topics of holism, pluralism and reductionism in 19th and 20th century philosophy. Noah continues to compose music and perform on saxophone and electronics in various experimental groups.