Nora Glickman

Nora Glickman is a professor, a playwright (Bilingual Anthology of Theatre), and a fiction writer. She is the author of Hiván de instantes, a novel; the short story collections Puerta entre abierta, Mujeres, memorias, malogros, and Uno de sus Juanes; co-writer of El inglés en el teatro y el cine argentine; and co-editor of Enclave: Revista de Creación Literaria en Español.   

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Diana Raznovich

Diana Raznovich is an Argentinean playwright and graphic artist. A participant in Teatro Abierto, or Open Theater, against the dictatorial government of Argentina (1976-83), she sought exile in Spain, where she has lived since 1993 and where she prospered in her career as a dramatist and as a graphic artist specializing in humorous feminist cartoons.

Raquel Liberman

In 1930, by publicly denouncing the Zwi Migdal, a Jewish traffickers’ organization that victimized Jewish women from Eastern Europe in Argentina, Raquel Liberman struggled courageously against the exploitation of women in the sex trade. Partly as a result of her efforts, prostitution was banned in Argentina in 1935, and Liberman’s name became a symbol for the struggle of victimized women to obtain their freedom.

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Jewish Women's Archive. "Nora Glickman." (Viewed on April 24, 2024) <http://jwa.org/encyclopedia/author/glickman-nora>.