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Alona Bach

Alona Bach is a PhD student in MIT's Program in HASTS (History, Anthropology, and Science, Technology, and Society), where she studies the interwar intersections of electric light and Yiddish. She has taught Yiddish with various institutions including Brandeis University and Boston Workers Circle. Outside of the classroom, she moonlights as an illustrator and actor.

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