Natania Remba

Natania Remba earned a master’s degree in education and cultural studies from Harvard University and a Masters in Art History from Boston University. She curated Mixografia: Method and Medium and Surrounded by Water: Expressions of Freedom and Isolation in Contemporary Cuban Art and directed multiple community-based research projects with U.S. Latino populations at Harvard. Remba’s research focus on Mexican, Cuban, and Jewish contemporary art has influenced her publications: Crossing Creative and Cultural Barriers, Globalization in the Contemporary Cuban Art World, and El perpetuo exilio: Símbolos judaicos del desplazamiento en las artes latinoamericanas de Víctor Manuel, Frida Kahlo, y José Gurvich. She is currently authoring a book on Mexican art prints.

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Mónica Unikel-Fasja is a chronicler of Jewish immigrant stories. She created a dozen guided walking tours in Mexico City and revitalized the oldest Ashkenazi synagogue as a bastion of Jewish culture, designating it a treasure trove of history fully accessible to the general public.

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