Frida Staropolsky-Shwartz (1947-2018) received her Masters in Jewish Studies from the Universidad Hebraica in Mexico and her Ph.D. in Sociology from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM). She specialized in the education, identities, and migrations of Mexico’s Jewish community. She taught at the Tarbut Hebrew School and the Universidad Hebraica, and served as the pedagogical adviser of the Center for Jewish Studies in Mexico. Among her publications are research on Hungarian Jews in Mexico and Jewish Latin American educators in a globalized world.
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