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- Narratives of ethnic and religious tolerance in ex-Yugoslav literature
- Sephardi authors in the Balkans and the Maghreb
- Representations of the Shoah in Central and Eastern Europe
- Écriture féminine and "juifemme"
- Liminal and hyphenated identities, identity politics, post-identity discourses
- Genocide & gynocide, gender in writing, postmemory
- MA – Slavic and Jewish Studies – Heidelberg University, Germany. Thesis: "Die Darstellung des sephardischen Judentums in der Literatur des ehemaligen Jugoslawien ab dem ausgehenden 19. Jahrhundert bis zum Zweiten Weltkrieg" (The Portrayal of Sephardi Jewry in the Literature of the Former Yugoslavia from the Late 19th Century until World War II).
- Diploma – Philosophy – Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia. Thesis: "Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk as Historian of Russian Philosophy"
- AJS, American Association for Jewish Studies
- EAJS, European Association for Jewish Studies
- Instructor, Second-Year Russian, Fall 2017 - Spring 2018
- Instructor, Second-Year Russian (Intermediate Russian I) - Summer 2018 (Session H in June 2018)
- Instructor, Elementary Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian, Fall 2018 - Spring 2019
- "Yugoslav Sephardim as Jewish Other: Selected Literary Testimonies," presented at the 48th Annual Conference of the Association for Jewish Studies in San Diego, December 18-20, 2016
- "Bosnia - the "Land of Endemic Hatred" or a Peaceful Neighborhood? Ivo Andrić vs. Isak Samokovlija," presented at Princeton-Columbia Graduate Student Conference at Princeton, April 15, 2017
- "A Female Voice Struggling for the Authorship of Herstory: Sonja Kleman's Testimony in Frida Filipović's Gorke trave," presented at Northeastern Slavic, East European and Eurasian Studies Conference (NESEEES) at NYU, April 7, 2018
- "Nomadic Juifemmes: The Female Voices of Francophone Judaeo-Maghrebi Literature," presented at the XIth Congress of the European Association for Jewish Studies in Kraków, Poland, July 15-19, 2018
English, German, French, Russian, Serbian/Croatian, Czech, Hungarian, Hebrew, Yiddish, Ladino
Columbia-Princeton Graduate Conference Co-Organizer, 2017-2018