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Dory Fox

University of Michigan

Dory Fox is a PhD Candidate in the department of English Language and Literature at the University of Michigan, where she studies Jewish American literature in English and in Yiddish. Her research focuses on the impact of scientific theories of evolution and inheritance in twentieth-century literary works, and on the contemporary discourse around Jewish genetics.

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Blog

The Latest in Yiddish Studies in English: 2018

Joshua Price, Dory Fox and Saul Noam Zaritt

A bibliography of the output of Yiddish scholarship published in English last year.

Blog

Introducing YiddishSpa! A New Yiddish Program for Summer 2017

Dory Fox

In geveb announces the opening of a new summer sanatorium, for Yiddishists looking to improve their language skills while taking the cure.

Review

The Marriage Plot

Dory Fox

Naomi Seidman’s new book examines the Ashkenazi Jewish experience of modernization through the representation of changing ideas about love and sexuality in literature.

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