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Judith Morganroth Schneider

Judith Morganroth Schneider taught French and Spanish at the University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC) from 1984 to 2015. Her research focuses on intercultural issues and diasporic consciousness in the works of Jewish writers of the diaspora, especially those of France and Latin America. She has written a book entitled Clown at the Altar on the religious poetry of the French Jewish convert to Catholicism, Max Jacob, and also published articles on the French Jewish writers Albert Memmi, Liliane Atlan and Albert Cohen. In the field of Latin American Jewish literature, she has published essays on Marcos Aguinis, Nora Glickman, Isaac Goldemberg, Rosa Nissan and Alicia Steimberg.

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Liliane Atlan

Liliane Atlan (1932-2011) was a post-World War II French Jewish writer whose stylistically innovative plays, poetry, and narratives represent themes rooted in Jewish tradition. In a literary world shattered by the reality of the death camps, Atlan questions Messianic faith, patriarchal values, and humanistic philosophy.

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Jewish Women's Archive. "Judith Morganroth Schneider." (Viewed on June 23, 2021) <https://jwa.org/encyclopedia/author/schneider-judith>.

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