Dana Olmert

Dana Olmert is a Ph.D. student in Hebrew literature at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, completing her dissertation on the growth of modern Hebrew poetry by women. She received a Master’s degree from the Hebrew University and an M.Sc. degree in psychoanalytic studies from University College, London. She teaches undergraduate students of Hebrew literature at the Hebrew University. She is also the editor of the SAF New Talents Prose Series at Ha-Kibbutz ha-Meuchad Publishing House.

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