Natalia Krynicka

Natalia Krynicka, the librarian of the Medem Library in Paris, teaches Yiddish at the Sorbonne University and in the Paris Yiddish Center. She received her M.A. from the Institute of Oriental Languages in Paris and is now preparing a doctoral dissertation on cross-cultural contacts between Yiddish and Polish literature.

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