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Suzanne Vromen

Suzanne Vromen is professor emerita of sociology at Bard College, where she co-founded the Women’s Studies program and directed it for eight years. Her research interests include social theory, gender, collective memory with emphasis on commemorations, memorial and monuments, and the identities of Jewish-American women. Vromen’s articles and reviews have appeared in many journals, including Yivo Annual and History of European Ideas. Recent publications include an essay on Hannah Arendt’s Jewish identity in European Political Theory, and a chapter on Maurice Halbwachs in Diverse Histories of American Sociology.

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Jewish Women's Archive. "Suzanne Vromen." (Viewed on September 16, 2019) <https://qa.jwa.org/encyclopedia/author/vromen-suzanne>.

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