Eva Martin Sartori

Eva Martin Sartori is professor emerita of Libraries at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. With Dorothy W. Zimmerman she edited French Women Writers and was editor-in-chief of The Feminist Encyclopedia of French Literature. She has also published articles and edited books on Western European librarianship. She co-edited Daughters of Sarah: Jewish Women Writing in French with Madeleine Cottenet-Hage.

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Jacqueline Mesnil-Amar

Jacqueline Mesnil-Amar struggled between her allegiance to French culture and her identity as a Jewish person. In her published journal, she perceptively documented the abandonment of French Jews during the Holocaust and the struggles of assimilated French Jews.

Clara Malraux

Journalist, essayist, novelist, and translator Clara Malraux spent her early life involved with antifascist activities and joined the French Resistance during World War II while in hiding with her daughter. Her work often describes her attempts to make a place for herself in a misogynistic and antisemitic society.

Julienne Bloch

Julienne Bloch was a writer and educator who used her career to strengthen the Jewish community in nineteenth-century France by pushing back against the assimilation and secularization of her fellow French Jews, especially Jewish women.


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Jewish Women's Archive. "Eva Martin Sartori." (Viewed on April 24, 2024) <http://jwa.org/encyclopedia/author/sartori-eva>.