Emily-Rose Baker

Emily-Rose Baker

Emily-Rose Baker is a PhD student in the School of English at the University of Sheffield, where she researches post-communist Holocaust memory in Central and Eastern Europe. She enjoyed working on JWA's Archiving #MeToo project this summer during her oral history internship, which inspired her to consider the gendered dynamics of her research. You can find her on Twitter at @emily_baker18.

Blog Posts

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Black and Jewish: A Conversation with Nadine Batchelor-Hunt

Emily-Rose Baker

UK-based writer and journalist Nadine Batchelor-Hunt talks to JWA about being Black and Jewish, grappling with those identities being pitted against each other.

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Caroline Calloway and Antisemitic Caricature

Emily-Rose Baker

We never thought we'd be talking about influencer Caroline Calloway at JWA, but she tweeted something antisemitic, so here we are!

Topics: Anti-Semitism
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Reflections on the 2019 UK Election: Antisemitism in Europe

Emily-Rose Baker

In the aftermath of the 2019 UK election, let's talk about antisemitism in Europe.

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The Work of a Movement: #MeToo and Vicarious Trauma

Emily-Rose Baker

#MeToo is not just an ephemeral social media phenomenon. It's a movement, and movements require work.

How to cite this page

Jewish Women's Archive. "Emily-Rose Baker." (Viewed on January 22, 2021) <https://jwa.org/blog/author/baker-emily-rose>.