Cytron Lecture with Sandra Fox: “Jewish Summer Camps and Yiddish Culture in Postwar America”
March 23 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
The Mosse/Weinstein Center for Jewish Studies presents
The 2023 Phyllis W. and Rabbi Barry D. Cytron Lecture Series in Yiddish Culture
“Jewish Summer Camps and Yiddish Culture in Postwar America”
Sandra Fox (New York University)
Thursday, March 23
This lecture will also be livestreamed via Zoom for anyone unable to attend in person. Please check back soon for details on this.
Sandra Fox is the Goldstein-Goren Visiting Assistant Professor of Hebrew & Judaic Studies at New York University, and director of the Archive of the American Jewish Left in the Digital Age. Her research interests include American Jewish history, the history of youth and childhood, Yiddish culture, and the history of sexuality. Her forthcoming book, The Jews of Summer: Summer Camp and Jewish Culture in Postwar America (Stanford University Press, February 2023) addresses the lived experiences of youth in postwar Jewish summer camps, and the place of intergenerational negotiation in the making of American Jewish culture.
Sandra received her doctorate from New York University’s joint History and Hebrew Judaic Studies program in 2018. In addition to her research, Sandra is the founder and executive producer of the Yiddish-language podcast Vaybertaytsh: A Feminist Podcast in Yiddish, and is a peer-review editor at In geveb: A Journal of Yiddish Studies.