Yaffah Berlovitz is an associate professor of Hebrew literature at Bar Ilan University. Her areas of specialization are literature by Jewish and Israeli women of the mid-nineteenth and twentieth centuries; the literature of the first settlers in Erez Israel and North America; and nativity, immigration and multiculturalism in Israeli literature. Among her works are: Stories by Women of the First Aliyah (1984, 2000); The Supplementary Text: A Study of Criticism and Reviews (1992); Let Us Go into the Land: Journeys of Members of the First Aliyah (1992); Inventing a Land, Inventing a People: Literary and Cultural Patterns in the Writings of the First Aliyah (1996); I, Who Am Land and Person: Stories by Women before the Establishment of the State (2003) and dozens of research and critical essays.
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