Sara Feldman is Preceptor in Yiddish at Harvard University. She received her doctorate in Near Eastern Studies at the University of Michigan in 2014. She has been a Frankel Institute Fellow at the University of Michigan, Hebrew and Yiddish Lecturer at the University of Illinois and Instructor in its Education Justice Project at Danville Correctional Center, and a Pedagogy Fellow at the Yiddish Book Center. Her primary scholarly focus is on the interplay between Yiddish, Russian, and Hebrew language and literature in modern, secularizing Jewish culture. She is engaged, as a researcher and sometimes a participant, with other forms of contemporary Jewish culture including film and television, theater, and tango, especially as they relate to queer and gender studies, multilingualism, translation, ex-Orthodoxy, race, and migration.
Voices from Black Lives Matter Protests: קולות פֿון בלעק לײַװס מעטער פּראָטעסטן