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Zvia Nardi

Zviah Nardi, born in New York and resident of Jerusalem since the age of five, received her B.A. degree in European and Jewish history and her M.A. in Jewish history from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. She has taught at the Hebrew University’s Rothberg School for Overseas Students, at the Government School of Tourism and in other adult education programs, and has also worked as a tour guide. She is currently working as an English-Hebrew translator and editor.

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Shulamith Nardi

Shulamith Nardi helped shape relations between Jews and gentiles in the fledgling State of Israel through her writing and editing for several Zionist publications, her analysis of Jewish literature, and her work as advisor on Diaspora affairs to four Israeli presidents.

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Jewish Women's Archive. "Zvia Nardi." (Viewed on June 10, 2023) <>.


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