Diane Lichtenstein

Diane Lichtenstein is Professor Emerita of English at Beloit College. She is the author of Writing Their Nations: The Tradition of Nineteenth-Century American Jewish Women Writers and co-editor of Rethinking Women's and Gender Studies.

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Jewish Women's Archive. "Diane Lichtenstein." (Viewed on May 18, 2024) <http://jwa.org/encyclopedia/author/lichtenstein-diane>.