CONTRIBUTOR

Rachelle Grossman

Harvard University

Rachelle Grossman is a PhD student in Comparative Literature at Harvard University. Her primary research interests include migration, marginality, and power, with a literary focus on Yiddish in Latin America. She holds an MA in Jewish Education from the Jewish Theological Seminary.

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