Hillel (Grigorij) Kazovsky

Hillel (Grigorij) Kazovsky is a Ph.D. candidate at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and a lecturer at the Center of the Studies of Jewish Civilization in Moscow. He received his M.A. from Moscow State University and was one of the founders of the Jewish Historical Society in Moscow. He is the author of The Artists from Vitebsk (1992) and of The Artists of Kultur Lige (2003).

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