Annabel Cohen is a PhD Student in Modern Jewish History at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, focusing on the interwar Jewish anti-fascist left. She has a Research Masters in History with distinction from the University of London. Before moving to New York to undertake her PhD, she spent 18 months on the Paris Yiddish Center’s Yiddish Immersion Program. Annabel teaches Yiddish for the London- based language school Babel's Blessing. She is a Yiddish Book Center Yiddish Pedagogy Fellow and has taught and led sessions at the 2022 KlezKanada digital intensive as a Freed Fellow. Alongside her PhD research, Annabel researches and translates materials relating to Jewish women’s religiosity in Eastern Europe, publishing her work on the blog www.pullingatthreads.com. She is teaching a workshop on this topic at Yiddish New York 2022. Her essay on feldmesterins – cemetery measuring women – was published in the recent anthology Strange Fire: Jewish Voices from the Pandemic, published by Ben Yehuda Press in 2021.