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Faith Jones

Faith Jones is the co-translator of The Acrobat by Celia Dropkin, and has recently completed a translation of Shira Gorshman's short stories. She is a librarian in Vancouver, Canada

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Joanna Russ’ 1983 schematic of strategies and dynamics that suppress women’s writing — along with some additions specific to modern Yiddish culture — helps explain both the historical suppression of Yiddish women writers and more recent challenges to feminist scholarship on women’s Yiddish writing. Faith Jones guides us to make the Yiddish future together, and to make our place in it.

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