Jennifer Sartori

Jennifer Sartori is director of Education at the Jewish Women’s Archive. She has

done research on French and American Jewish women’s history and has developed online exhibits and curriculum materials on American Jewish women. She is completing her dissertation at Emory University on the education of Jewish girls in nineteenth-century France.

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Julienne Bloch

Julienne Bloch devoted her life to strengthening the commitment of French Jews both to Judaism as a religion and to their fellow Jews at home and abroad. As a journalist and an educator, she fought against the increasingly widespread assimilation, acculturation and secularization of the period following the emancipation of French Jews, and her writings paint a vivid picture of the tensions within the mid-nineteenth-century Franco-Jewish community. As one of the earliest published Jewish women writers in France she also contributed significantly to the creation of a public sphere for French Jewish women.

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Jewish Women's Archive. "Jennifer Sartori." (Viewed on November 17, 2019) <https://qa.jwa.org/encyclopedia/author/sartori-jennifer>.

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