The Digital Jewish Studies initiative at UCSC brings digital approaches developed for research into the classroom. Students are given the opportunity to explore Jewish history and culture with a new set of tools and develop digital literacies that prepare them for life beyond the university.
Author | Memories/Motifs
Digital Exhibit: Memories/Motifs is a digital extension of my dissertation that traces the narratives of three different Holocaust survivors in postwar America. The Holocaust stories of Kurt Meier, Irene Guttman, and “Hannah” were told multiple times in a variety of media, including radio, print, and performance. The exhibit marks the changes in narrative as each story was transformed from one media to another and highlights themes of early Holocaust survivor representations such as immigration, Americana, and children.
Blog: Thoughts inspired by Postwar Holocaust Memory
Research Team Member | “The Ethics of the Algorithm,” Todd Presner, P.I.
Center for Digital Humanities, UCLA (2013 – present)
Project Consultant | The Gail Project, Alan Christy, P.I., UC Santa Cruz
Coordinating Member | Digital Humanities Research Cluster, UC Santa Cruz
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Director of Digital Strategies | Sephardi Lives: A Documentary History of the Ottoman Judeo-Spanish World & its Diaspora, 1700-1950 (Stanford University Press, 2014), Sarah Abrevaya Stein and Julia Phillips Cohen, editors
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Recently awarded the Jewish Book Award for Sephardic Culture >
Consultant | Custom Database & Website Development
Sarah Abrevaya Stein (UCLA), Aron Rodrigue (Stanford), Julia Philips Cohen (Vanderbilt), Association for Jewish Studies (http://www.ajslectures.org/), Illinois Holocaust Museum & Education Center (Skokie, IL: http://www.ilholocaustmuseum.org/)