Judith Brin Ingber
Judith Brin Ingber has concentrated her life work on Jewish dance as a practitioner and research/writer on the subject, co-founding the dance and music troupe, Voices of Sepharad, in 1987 and working for the Batsheva/Bat Dor Dance Society and Inbal Dance Theater in Israel from 1972 to 1977. She co-founded the Israel Dance Annual Magazine and edited the dance issue of Jewish Folklore and Ethnology Review 2000. Her articles appear in encyclopedias and journals, including Dance Perspectives and The International Dance Encyclopedia. She has taught on the Theater Arts and Dance faculty at University of Minnesota and was a Faber Fellow at Princeton University.
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