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Uri Schreter

Uri Schreter is a PhD candidate in historical musicology at Harvard University. Prior to Harvard, he studied at Tel Aviv University, where he earned a BA in composition and musicology, and an MA in modern European history. His current research project explores the politics of Jewish music during the 1950s in Israel, Paris, and New York City. Outside of academia, Uri is a composer and a performing musician, who often performs in the Boston area and in Israel.

Visit his Academia page at: harvard.academia.edu/UriSchreter

RELATED ARTICLES

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“The Most Awful Scenes”: The Tulsa Massacre and Racist Violence in the Yiddish Press

Uri Schreter

Uri Schreter traces attitudes about race in the United States evident in Yiddish newspapers’ coverage of the Tulsa massacre — often simultaneously denouncing the violence and propagating racist ideas.

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Songs to Make It Better: A Review of the Third and Fourth Unternationals by Daniel Kahn and Psoy Korolenko

Uri Schreter

Uri Schreter reviews two new albums from Daniel Kahn and Psoy Korolenko.

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