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Joining the Board of the National Emerging Museum Professionals Network

I’m honored and thrilled to be joining the National Merging Museum Professionals Network (NEMPN) this year as their new Director of Communications.

Living alongside grief - A Review of Welcome to the Shiva House, Philaelphia Fringe 2020 (Broad Street Review)

This article has been republished with permission from Broad Street Review.

Pixies in Powelton - A Review of Field Calls, Philaelphia Fringe 2020 (Broad Street Review)

This article has been republished with permission from Broad Street Review.

Digital Second Edition of Judaica Americana, A Bibliography of Publications to 1900 (Journal of Digital Humanities)

Earlier this week, I announced the launch of the Digital Second Edition of Judaica Americana. This is an Omeka database which draws from Robert Singerman’s Judaica Americana, a bibliography chronicling American Jewish book production until 1900. The Digital Second Edition contains 3,000 supplemental entries to the print edition. The project’s features allow users to search the bibliography by author, language, holding institution, and various tags, as well as find open-access links to digitized Jewish monographs, serials, and periodicals.

Association of Jewish Libraries Presentation

Earlier this week, I presented as part of the “Digital Projects” panel at the Association of Jewish Libraries virtual conference. The transcript and slides for that talk are available on the Judaica DH at the Penn Libraries website.

Digital Second Edition of Judaica Americana

As the project manager and developer for Judaica Digital Humanities at the Penn Libraries, I’m excited to announce the launch of the Digital Second Edition of Judaica Americana. This is an Omeka database which draws from Robert Singerman’s Judaica Americana, a bibliography chronicling American Jewish book production until 1900. The Digital Second Edition contains 3,000 supplemental entries to the print edition. The project’s features allow users to search the bibliography by author, language, holding institution, and various tags, as well as find open-access links to digitized Jewish monographs, serials, and periodicals.

“A worthy thing to do:” Alongside Emily Esten (MA’18) on some paths taken

As an alumnus of the Public Humanities program at Brown University, I was thrilled to be interviewed by a current student about my experience in the Public Humanities program, my practicum placements, and the work I’m doing now.

The History of Quarantine (Broad Street Review)

This article has been republished with permission from Broad Street Review.

Illuminating Iranian Tradition (Broad Street Review)

This article has been republished with permission from Broad Street Review.

The Radical Power of Memes (Broad Street Review)

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