CONTRIBUTOR

Jenna Ingalls

Jenna Ingalls is a doctoral candidate in German Literature at University of California, Berkeley, where she teaches German and Yiddish language courses. She focuses on German and Yiddish Poetry and is currently completing her dissertation on German-Jewish poet Else Lasker-Schüler's publications in avant-garde periodicals from 1910-1914. Jenna's interests also include German/Yiddish, Yiddish/German translation, the Bible in literature, and premodern literature.

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