For all those interested in the experience of Jews in the Ottoman realm.
An introduction and overview of a new column which will review projects at the intersection of digital humanities and Jewish Studies
…Prof Eng & Jewish Studies…
rhetorical history and theory, jewish studies, the profession
Latin American Jewish studies. on-line scholarly resources, sociology of the arts, gender
Associate Director of Schusterman Center for Jewish Studies, University of Texas at Austin
Latin American literature, film, and cultural studies.
Latin American Studies, Jewish Studies, Contemporary Film and Visual Arts, Feminist and Gender Studies
collective memory, historiography, national identity in Israeli, Palestinian, and Spanish Peninsular Lit. Jewish Studies, Sephardic Studies.
Medieval English Literature
…Librarian for Jewish Studies…
…BA, History (Minor: Ancient Studies), Summa Cum Laude, University of Maryland, Baltimore County (2006)
MA, Hebrew and Jewish Studies, New York University (2008)
MLIS (Concentration: Rare Books and Manuscripts), Long Island University (2008)…
Blog (ongoing): Jewish Studies @ CUL: https://blogs.cul.columbia.edu/jewishstudiesatcul/
Presentation: “Footprints Redux: Looking back, looking forward” (Association of Jewish Libraries Conference, Boston, MA, June 2018)
“Jewish Studies/Digital Humanities Resources: An Introduction,” Judaica Librarianship 20 (doi: https://doi.org/10.14263/2330-2976.1293)
Exhibition: “Yiddish at Columbia,” January 2018-June 2018 (Chang Gallery, Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Columbia University)
“Old Texts and New Media: Jewish Books on th…
Michelle Chesner is the Norman E. Alexander for Jewish Studies at Columbia University, as well as Council Member-At-Large for the Association of Jewish Libraries. She is a co-director for Footprints: Jewish Books Through Time and Place (footprints.ccnmtl.columbia.edu), and edits a column in Judaica Librarianship on Digital Humanities and Jewish Studies.
Nineteenth- and twentieth-century French literature and visual culture, Jewish studies, comparative literature, global and transnational modernisms, and the avant-garde