Sasha Senderovich is the author of How the Soviet Jew Was Made (Harvard University Press, 2022) and translator, with Harriet Murav, of David Bergelson's novel Judgment (Northwestern University Press, 2017). He is an Associate Professor in Slavic Languages & Literatures and the Jackson School of International Studies, and a faculty affiliate at the Stroum Center for Jewish Studies at the University of Washington in Seattle. Together with Harriet Murav, he is currently working on In the Shadow of the Holocaust: Short Fiction by Jewish Writers from the Soviet Union, which includes translations from Yiddish and Russian; this project is supported by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities. In addition to scholarly work, he has also published essays on literary, cultural, and political topics in the Los Angeles Review of Books, the New York Times, the Forward, Lilith, Jewish Currents, the Stranger, and the New Republic.
University of Washington, Seattle
Review of Marat Grinberg’s The Soviet Jewish Bookshelf
Briv funem arkhiv: An American Package for Soviet Jews
A Clan on the Move: A Zelmenyaner Family Tree
Sasha Senderovich and David Coons
Texts & Translation