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Josie Naron

New York University

Josie Naron is a second-year master’s student at New York University studying archives and public history. Her work applies a public history perspective to twentieth-century American Yiddish history, focusing on incorporating digital humanities and oral history into her practice. She is Associate Editor of the Radical History Review and has worked on the Yiddish Book Center’s Wexler Oral History Project. She lives in Brooklyn, New York

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