Center for Jewish History Fellows

2017

Dana Smith, Queen Mary, University of London

American Academy for Jewish Research Postdoctoral Fellowship in American Jewish Studies

The History of the American Academy for Jewish Research

Frances Tanzer, Brown University

Dr. Sophie Bookhalter Fellowship in Jewish Culture

Visions of Vienna: Jewish Presence and Absence in the Aftermath of Genocide

Florence Largillière, Queen Mary, University of London

Dr. Sophie Bookhalter Fellowship in Jewish Culture

Conservative Patriotic Jews and the Nation: A Comparative Study of France, Germany, and Italy from 1918 to 1940

Michael Rom, Yale University

Morris & Alma Schapiro Fellowship

Between Democracy and Dictatorship: Jewish Politics and National Identity in Brazil, 1945-1985

Shaul Magid, Indiana University

NEH Senior Scholar Fellowship

American Jewish Survivalism: Meir Kahane and the Politics of Pride

Nina Valbousquet, Sciences Po Paris

Prins Foundation Postdoctoral and Early Career Fellowship for Emigrating Scholars

The Fight against Antisemitism and Its Impact on Jewish-Catholic Relations (1914-1945)

Joel Sebban, Sorbonne University

Prins Foundation Postdoctoral and Early Career Fellowship for Emigrating Scholars

Between 'Judeo-Christians' and 'Sons of Abraham': Jews, Christians, and Muslims in France and its North African Colonies from the Beginning of the Twentieth Century to the Present Day

Roberta Rosenberg, Christopher Newport University

Visiting Scholar

Teaching American Jewish Literature

2016

Sonia Gollance, University of Pennsylvania

Dr. Sophie Bookhalter Fellowship in Jewish Culture

Harmonious Instability: (Mixed) Dancing and Partner Choice in German-Jewish and Yiddish Literature

Chaim Elly Moseson, Boston University

Dr. Sophie Bookhalter Fellowship in Jewish Culture

From Spoken Word to the Discourse of the Academy: Reading the Sources for the Teachings of the Besht

Jordan R. Katz, Columbia University

Lillian Goldman Fellowship

Wise Women': Gender, Religion, Medicine and the Boundaries of Knowledge in Early Modern Europe

Ayelet Brinn, University of Pennsylvania

Morris & Alma Schapiro Fellowship

The American Yiddish Press and the Reconstruction of Jewish Gender, 1897-1935

Naomi Seidman, Graduate Theological Union

NEH Senior Scholar Fellowship

The Navel of the Dream: Freud's Jewish Languages

Monika Hankova, Jewish Museum Prague

Prins Foundation Fellowship for Emigrating Artists and Writers-in-Residence

German Jewish Women in the Czech Lands after the End of World War II: Emigration in Gendered Perspective

Esther Wratschko, University of Music and Performing Arts, Vienna

Prins Foundation Fellowship for Emigrating Artists and Writers-in-Residence

Ein kleines Café in New York: The 'Wienerlied' in New York Exile

Nina Valbousquet, Sciences Po Paris

Prins Foundation Postdoctoral and Early Career Fellowship for Emigrating Scholars

The Fight against Antisemitism and Its Impact on Jewish-Catholic Relations (1914-1945)

Laura Almagor, European University Institute

Prins Foundation Postdoctoral and Early Career Fellowship for Emigrating Scholars

Forgotten Alternatives: Jewish Territorialism as a Movement of Political Action and Ideology (1905-1960)

Shimshon Ayzenberg, Stanford University

Taube/Koret Early Career Scholars Program Postdoctoral Fellowship

The Economic Turn in Jewish Wissenschaft in Revolutionary Russia

2015

Wohl Lillian, NYU

Dr. Sophie Bookhalter Fellowship in Jewish Culture

A Tale of Two Cantors: Cantor David Lefkowitz and the Musical Masterpieces of David Nowakowsky

Aaron Welt, NYU

Dr. Sophie Bookhalter Fellowship in Jewish Culture

The Shtarkers of Progressive Era New York: Labor, Masculinity and Crime in the Age of Mass Migration, 1900-1920

Rotem Rozental, Binghamton University

Dr. Sophie Bookhalter Fellowship in Jewish Culture

Photographic Archives, Nationalism and the Foundation of the Jewish State: 1903-1948

Debra Gail Glasberg, Columbia University

Lapidus Summer Fellowship

Scientific Authority and Jewish Law in Eighteenth-Century Italy

Geraldine Gudefin, Brandeis University

Lapidus Summer Fellowship

Navigating the Civil and Religious Worlds: Jewish Immigrants & Marital Laws in France and the United States, 1881-1939

Charles McDonald, The New School

Lapidus Summer Fellowship

Return to Sepharad: Making Modern Spain Jewish

Anna Novikov, German Historical Institute, Warsaw

Lapidus Summer Fellowship

You Are What You Wear: Polish and Jewish Visual Nationalization through Fashion in the Partitioned Poland (1848-1918)

Alexandra Zirkle, University of Chicago

Lapidus Summer Fellowship

Modeling the Temple: The Politics of German Jewish Biblical Hermeneutics

Michael Casper, UCLA

Lillian Goldman Fellowship

Of Dubnov and Doikayt: Folkism and the Discourse of Jewish Belonging in Interwar Lithuania

Rachel Blumenthal, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Morris & Alma Schapiro Fellowship

The Claims Conference, the State of Israel, and the Diaspora: 1952-1964

Elissa Bemporad, Queens College, CUNY

NEH Senior Scholar Fellowship

Legacy of Blood: Jews, Pogroms, and Ritual Murder in the Lands of the Soviets

Graciela Mochkofsky, n/a

Prins Foundation Fellowship for Emigrating Artists and Writers-in-Residence

The Rise of a New Judaism in Latin America

Tim Corbett, Lancaster University

Prins Foundation Postdoctoral and Early Career Fellowship for Emigrating Scholars

Once the 'Only True Austrians': Jewish-Austrian Memory and Identity after the World War

Ilse Lazaroms, European University Institute

Prins Foundation Postdoctoral and Early Career Fellowship for Emigrating Scholars

Between Budapest and New York: A History of Hungarian Jews, 1890s to 1920s

Elena Keidosiute, Vilnius University

Prins Foundation Postdoctoral and Early Career Fellowship for Emigrating Scholars

Catholic Missions and Jewish Conversions in Modern Period Lithuania: Transformations of the Phenomena

Shira Kohn, The Jewish Theological Seminary

Taube/Koret Early Career Scholars Program Postdoctoral Fellowship

From German Jews to Jewish Greeks: Student Refugees in American Universities, 1933-1945

2014

Andrew Marc Caplan, Johns Hopkins University

Cahnman Senior Scholar Fellowship

The Weight of an Epoch: Yiddish Modernism and the Dislocation of German Modernity in the Weimar Era

Tamara Morsel-Eisenberg, University of Pennsylvania

Dr. Sophie Bookhalter Fellowship in Jewish Culture

Telling Dangers: Sakana as a Window into Early Modern Halakha

Jaclyn Granick, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies

Dr. Sophie Bookhalter Fellowship in Jewish Culture

Humanitarian Responses to Jewish Suffering Abroad by American Jewish Organizations, 1914-1929

Lillian (Lily) Wohl, University of Chicago

Lapidus Summer Fellowship

A Tale of Two Cantors: Cantor David Lefkowitz and the Musical Masterpieces of David Nowakowsky

Nina Valbousquet, Scieces Po Paris

Lapidus Summer Fellowship

The Circulation and Use of Anti-Semitism during the Interwar Period: The Case of Intransigent Catholic Networks (1917-1945)

Amy Weiss, NYU

Lapidus Summer Fellowship

'The Jewish Problem Is a Christian Problem': American Jewish, Liberal Protestant, and Evangelical Interfaith Zionist Relations

Zohar Weiman-Kelman, University of Toronto

Lapidus Summer Fellowship

What to Expect When You're not Expecting: A Poetic History of Jewish Women Writers

Marc Volovici, Princeton University

Lapidus Summer Fellowship

Religious and Secular Liturgies: The German Language in Modern Jewish History

Cristina Florea, Princeton University

Lapidus Summer Fellowship

City of Dreams: Czernowitz at the Crossroads of Empires, 1875-1975

Ofer Dynes, Harvard University

Lapidus Summer Fellowship

Jewish Culture and the Logic of the State: 1772-1860

Ian Zdanowicz, University of Paris VIII

Lillian Goldman Fellowship

Space as a Tool of Power and a Weapon of Survival: A Study of Spatial Tactics used by People of Jewish Descent during the Nazi Occupation (1939-1945) in Warsaw

Britt Tevis, University of Wisconsin

Mirvis Family Fellowship

May It Displease the Court: Jewish Lawyers and the Democratization of American Law

Andreea Valean, n/a

Prins Foundation Fellowship for Emigrating Artists and Writers-in-Residence

Julia Kissina, n/a

Prins Foundation Fellowship for Emigrating Artists and Writers-in-Residence

Ilse Lazaroms, European University Institute

Prins Foundation Postdoctoral and Early Career Fellowship for Emigrating Scholars

'Revolutions of Thought and Sensibility': Hungarian-speaking Jewry in the Years of Rupture, 1896-1923

Kamil Kijek, Polish Academy of Sciences

Prins Foundation Postdoctoral and Early Career Fellowship for Emigrating Scholars

A Polish Shtetl after the Holocaust? The History of the Jewish Community and Polish-Jewish Relations in Dzierzoniow, 1945-1968

Zoltán Kékesi, Hungarian University of Fine Arts

Prins Senior Scholar Fellowship

Tiszaeszlár: The History of a Cult Image

Irit Bloch, The Graduate Center, CUNY

Steinberg Emerging Jewish Filmmaker Fellowship

Anti-Semitism as a Factor in the Decision-Making Process of Weimar Judiciary: Towards a Solution to the Judiciary Political Bias Paradox

Jennifer Kaplan, The New School

Undergraduate Fellowship

Yitzhak Conforti, Bar-Ilan University

Visiting Scholar

The Ethnic and Cultural Origins of Zionism: History, Memory and Utopia

2013

Jeffrey Culang, The Graduate Center, CUNY

Dr. Sophie Bookhalter Fellowship in Jewish Culture

Common Sensibilities: Religion and Secularism in Modern Egypt

Sarah Zarrow, NYU

Dr. Sophie Bookhalter Fellowship in Jewish Culture

The Social Roles of Ethnography for Jews in Interwar Poland

Ori Yehudai, University of Chicago

Israel Institute Postdoctoral Fellowship

Out from Zion: Jewish Emigration from Palestine and Israel, 1945-1960

Ofer Dynes, Harvard University

Lillian Goldman Fellowship

Jewish Culture and the Logic of the State: 1772-1881

Britt Tevis, University of Wisconsin

Mirvis Family Fellowship

May It Displease the Court: Jewish Lawyers and the Democratization of American Law

Alec Burko, The Jewish Theological Seminary

Morris & Alma Schapiro Fellowship

Saving Yiddish: Yiddish Studies and the Language Sciences in America, 1940-1970

Glenn Dynner, Sarah Lawrence College

NEH Senior Scholar Fellowship

Traditionalist Jewish Women in Eastern Europe: Revising the Secularization Paradigm in Light of the Guttmacher Kvitlekh

Nino Biniashvili, n/a

Prins Foundation Fellowship for Emigrating Artists and Writers-in-Residence

An Archive of My Own

Patrick Benjamin Koch, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Prins Foundation Postdoctoral and Early Career Fellowship for Emigrating Scholars

After Safed: Jewish Spiritual Guidance (Musar) in the Seventeenth Century

Anna Manchin, University of Toronto

Prins Foundation Postdoctoral and Early Career Fellowship for Emigrating Scholars

Reinventing Assimilation: Jewish Identity and National Culture in Interwar Hungarian

Donna-Lee Frieze, Deakin University

Prins Senior Scholar Fellowship

The Whole Child's Life: An Analysis of Austrian Child Holocaust Survivor Audio Testimonies

Aaron Levine, Northwestern University

Undergraduate Fellowship

Louis Kaplan, University of Toronto

Visiting Scholar

At Wit's End: Jewish Jokes, Anti-Semitism, and the Jewish Question from Weimar Germany to the Holocaust

2012

Anna Koch, NYU

Cahnman Foundation Fellowship

Rebuilding Lives: Italian and German Jews after the Holocaust

Allan Amanik, NYU

Dr. Sophie Bookhalter Fellowship in Jewish Culture

From Dust to Deeds: Community, Family, and the Commercialization of New York Jewish Burial, 1750-1950

Joshua Furman, University of Maryland

Dr. Sophie Bookhalter Fellowship in Jewish Culture

Approaches to Jewish Childrearing and Education in America During the Baby Boom, 1945-1967

Amy Weiss, NYU

Dr. Sophie Bookhalter Fellowship in Jewish Culture

Between Cooperation and Competition: American Jewish and Protestant Zionists, 1939-1977

Amy Smith, Yale University

Lillian Goldman Fellowship

Rebuilding and Remembering: Women and the Family Life of Holocaust Survivors in Displaced Persons Camps, the United States, and Israel between 1945 and 1960

Brian Smollett, The Graduate Center, CUNY

Morris & Alma Schapiro Fellowship

Reviving Enlightenment in the Age of Nationalism: Hans Kohn's Anti-Fascist Ideology

Adam Teller, Brown University

NEH Senior Scholar Fellowship

In All Directions: The Polish-Jewish Refugee Crisis and the Shape of the Jewish World in the 17th Century

Kataryzna Person, Royal Holloway, University of London

Prins Foundation Postdoctoral and Early Career Fellowship for Emigrating Scholars

I am a Jewish DP. A Jew from the Eternal Nowhere.? The Jews from Poland in the Displaced Persons Camps of Western Germany: Encounters with Poles and Memories of Poland, 1945-1946

Anna Manchin, University of Toronto

Prins Foundation Postdoctoral and Early Career Fellowship for Emigrating Scholars

Reinventing Assimilation: Jewish Identity and National Culture in Interwar Hungarian

2011

Adam Sacks, Brown University

Cahnman Foundation Fellowship

European Jews and the Question of Wagnerism

Mina Muraoka, Brandeis University

Dr. Sophie Bookhalter Fellowship in Jewish Culture

Jews and the Russo-Japanese War: The Triangular Relationship between Jewish POWs, Japan, and Jacob H. Schiff

Jennifer Young, NYU

Dr. Sophie Bookhalter Fellowship in Jewish Culture

American Jewish Communists, Anti-Fascism, and the Shaping of Ethnic Culture in the International Workers Order, 1930-1956

Polly Zavadivker, UC Santa Cruz

Dr. Sophie Bookhalter Fellowship in Jewish Culture

Soviet History, Jewish Fate: The War Writings of S. An-sky, Isaac Babel, and Vasily Grossman, 1914-1948

David Sclar, The Graduate Center, CUNY

Lillian Goldman Fellowship

He Will Flourish like a Cedar in Lebanon: The Life and 'After-Life' of Moses Hayyim Luzzatto

David Weinfeld, NYU

Morris & Alma Schapiro Fellowship

What Difference Does the Difference Make? Horace Kallen, Alain Locke, and the Birth of Cultural Pluralism

Dr. Jay Berkovitz, University of Massachusetts Amherst

NEH Senior Scholar Fellowship

Protocols of Justice: Marriage, Family and Community in Early Modern France

Jolanta Mickute, Indiana University

Prins Foundation Postdoctoral and Early Career Fellowship for Emigrating Scholars

Jan Lanicek, University of Southampton

Prins Foundation Postdoctoral and Early Career Fellowship for Emigrating Scholars

Marianna Yarovskaya, University of Southern California

Steinberg Emerging Jewish Filmmaker Fellowship

Survival in Eastern Siberia: The Other Jewish Side

Rebecca Kahn Bloch, Oberlin College

Steinberg Emerging Jewish Filmmaker Fellowship

Radical Judaism in a Radical Campus: The Emergence of a New Jewish Community at Oberlin College

2010

Joshua Z. Teplitsky, NYU

Cahnman Foundation Fellowship

Between Court Jew and Jewish Court: David Oppenheim, the Prague Rabbinate, and 18th-Century Jewish Politics

Stanley Mirvis, The Graduate Center, CUNY

Dr. Sophie Bookhalter Fellowship in Jewish Culture

The Jewel of a Sephardic Empire: A Social and Cultural History of Colonial Jamaican Jewry, 1670-1820

Magdalena M. Wrobel, Ludwig Maximillian University Munich

Dr. Sophie Bookhalter Fellowship in Jewish Culture

The Jewish Emigrants from Poland to Palestine, 1924-1928 (As an Example for a Transnational Migration of Polish Jews)

Miriam Intrator, CUNY Graduate Center

Lillian Goldman Fellowship

Wartime Planning, Postwar Response: UNESCO and the Renewal of Jewish Libraries, Books and Reading in Post-Holocaust, Early Cold War Europe, 1944-56

Agnieszka Legutko, Columbia University

Morris & Alma Schapiro Fellowship

Possessed by the Other: Spirit Possession as Modern Jewish Identity: Dybbuk Possession Trope in 20th and 21st Century Jewish Literature and Beyond

2009

Helaine Blumenthal, UC Berkeley

Cahnman Foundation Fellowship

The Slansky Affair: Czechoslovak Political Purge Trials of 1952

Rachel Gordan, Harvard University

Dr. Sophie Bookhalter Fellowship in Jewish Culture

Post-WWII American Judaism: How Judaism Became an American Religion

Zachary Paul Levine, NYU

Dr. Sophie Bookhalter Fellowship in Jewish Culture

Chevrolets to Budapest: Transnational Cooperation and a Jewish Aid Regimen for the Cold War

Lara Rabinovitch, NYU

Dr. Sophie Bookhalter Fellowship in Jewish Culture

Feeding Identity: Romanian Jewish Immigrants in New York City and Montreal, 1890-1939

Samuel Spinner, Columbia University

Lillian Goldman Fellowship

The Museum of the Jews: Ethnography and Literature about Jews in the 20th Century

Rebecca Cutler, University of Pennsylvania

Morris & Alma Schapiro Fellowship

American Jews and the Politics of Medicine in the Post-World War II Era

2008

Amos Bitzan, UC Berkeley

Cahnman Foundation Fellowship

Eastern European Jewry under Occupation, 1915-1918: Practice and Experience

Jessica Hammerman, The Graduate Center, CUNY

Dr. Sophie Bookhalter Fellowship in Jewish Culture

The Heart of the Diaspora: French Jewry in Conflict During the Algerian War, 1954-1967

David Koffman, NYU

Dr. Sophie Bookhalter Fellowship in Jewish Culture

The Jews' Indian: Native Americans in the Jewish Imagination and Experience, 1824-1945

Joshua Nathaniel Aaron Lambert, University of Michigan

Dr. Sophie Bookhalter Fellowship in Jewish Culture

Unclean Lips: Obscenity and the Jews in North American Literature and Culture

Kelly Scott Johnson, Harvard University

Lillian Goldman Fellowship

Sholem Schwarzbard: Life and Times of a Yiddish Assassin

Jolanta Mickute, Indiana University

Morris & Alma Schapiro Fellowship

Modern, Jewish, and Female: Politics of Culture, Ethnicity, and Sexuality in Poland and Lithuania, 1918-1939

2007

David H. Horowitz, Columbia University

Cahnman Foundation Fellowship

Fractures and Fissures in Jewish Communal Autonomy in Hamburg and Altona, 1750-1811

Emily Levine, Stanford University

Dr. Sophie Bookhalter Fellowship in Jewish Culture

Culture, Commerce, and the City: Aby Warburg, Ernst Cassirer, and Erwin Panofsky in Hamburg, 1919-1933

Ellie R. Schainker, University of Pennsylvania

Dr. Sophie Bookhalter Fellowship in Jewish Culture

Imperial Hybrids: Russian Jewish Converts in the 19th Century

Elizabeth Strauss, University of Notre Dame

Dr. Sophie Bookhalter Fellowship in Jewish Culture

The Elderly in the Ghettos: A Study of Lodz, Vilna, and Riga, 1939-1944

Hilit Surowitz-Israel, University of Florida

Morris & Alma Schapiro Fellowship

La Nacion: Reconstructing Jewish Identity in the Early Modern Atlantic World

2006

Daniella Doron, NYU

Dr. Sophie Bookhalter Fellowship in Jewish Culture

Envisioning the Jewish Family: Children, Gender and Identity in Postwar France, 1944-1954

Jeremy Eichler, Columbia University

Dr. Sophie Bookhalter Fellowship in Jewish Culture

The Musical Migration from Germany to America, 1930s-1940s: The History of German-Jewish Composers in America

Laura Jokusch, NYU

Dr. Sophie Bookhalter Fellowship in Jewish Culture

Collect and Record! Help Write the History of the Latest Destruction! Jewish Historical Commissions in Europe 1943-1953

Dana Herman, McGill University

Memorial Foundation Fellowship

History of the Jewish Cultural Reconstruction Organization

2005

Elissa Bemporad, Stanford University

Dr. Sophie Bookhalter Fellowship in Jewish Culture

The Red Star on the Jewish Street: The Reshaping of Jewish Life in Soviet Minsk

Maya Benton, Courtauld Institute of Art, London

Dr. Sophie Bookhalter Fellowship in Jewish Culture

Shuttered Memories of a Vanishing World: The Deliberate Photography of Roman Vishniac and its Effect on Modern Jewish Subconsciousness

Joshua Karlip, The Jewish Theological Seminary

Dr. Sophie Bookhalter Fellowship in Jewish Culture

Modern Jewish Culture at the Crossroads: A Case Study of Jewish Socialism, Diaspora, Nationalism, and Yiddishism, 1905-1940

2004

Amy Blau, University of Illinois

Dr. Sophie Bookhalter Fellowship in Jewish Culture

Afterlives: Translation of German Weltliteratur into Yiddish

Mia S. Bruch, Stanford University

Dr. Sophie Bookhalter Fellowship in Jewish Culture

The Fatherhood of God and the Brotherhood of Men: American Jews and American Religious Pluralism, 1941-1960

Tamar Kaplan Appel, University of Pennsylvania

Dr. Sophie Bookhalter Fellowship in Jewish Culture

Rabbinic Authority in late Imperial Russia, 1905-1917

Julie G. Lieber, University of Pennsylvania

Dr. Sophie Bookhalter Fellowship in Jewish Culture

Jewish Women during turn-of-the-century Vienna: A Study in Gender Construction

Edward A. Portnoy, The Jewish Theological Seminary

Dr. Sophie Bookhalter Fellowship in Jewish Culture

The Creation of a Jewish Cartoon Space in the Yiddish Presses of New York and Warsaw, 1894-1939

Daniel B. Schwartz, Columbia University

Dr. Sophie Bookhalter Fellowship in Jewish Culture

Reclaiming Spinoza: The Heretic from Amsterdam in Modern Jewish Culture, 1832-1918

Sarah Bailey Felsen, UC Berkeley

Dr. Sophie Bookhalter Fellowship in Jewish Culture

German or "Jargon"?: Jewish Language Writing and Assimilation

2003

Marcy Brink-Danan, Stanford University

Dr. Sophie Bookhalter Fellowship in Jewish Culture

Mother Tongue: Turkish-Jewish Ideologies of Language and Kinship

Maria Ecker, University of Salzburg

Dr. Sophie Bookhalter Fellowship in Jewish Culture

The Integration of Jewish Holocaust Survivors and the Popular Perception of the Holocaust in the US

Noah L. Gelfand, NYU

Dr. Sophie Bookhalter Fellowship in Jewish Culture

A People within and without: Sephardic Jewish Communities and Commerce in the 17th and 18th Century Dutch Atlantic World

Noam F. Pianko, Yale University

Dr. Sophie Bookhalter Fellowship in Jewish Culture

Reconstructing America: Diaspora Jewish Nationalism in American Jewish Thought, 1900-1950

David Ira Snyder, Princeton University

Dr. Sophie Bookhalter Fellowship in Jewish Culture

The Enduring Ghetto: Urban Renewal and the Jews in Modern Prague and Warsaw (Bridging Jewish and architectural history)

2002

Alisa Braun, University of Michigan

Dr. Sophie Bookhalter Fellowship in Jewish Culture

Becoming Authorities: Jews, Writing, and the Dynamics of Affiliation, 1890-1940

Jessica Cooperman, NYU

Dr. Sophie Bookhalter Fellowship in Jewish Culture

The Jewish Diaspora and the First World War: Germany and the US

James Loeffler, Columbia University

Dr. Sophie Bookhalter Fellowship in Jewish Culture

The Role of Music as Means of Jewish Social and Cultural Modernization in late Imperial Russia

Avinoam J. Patt, NYU

Dr. Sophie Bookhalter Fellowship in Jewish Culture

Jewish DP Youth and Zionism in Post-War Germany

Joshua Perelman, NYU

Dr. Sophie Bookhalter Fellowship in Jewish Culture

Choreographing Identity: Modern Dance and American Jewish Identity 1923-1964

Michaela Raggam-Blesch, University of Graz

Dr. Sophie Bookhalter Fellowship in Jewish Culture

Jewish Women during turn-of-the-century Vienna