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Sonia Zylberberg

Sonia Zylberberg is currently pursuing a doctorate in religion from Concordia University, where her thesis, “Transforming Rituals: Contemporary Jewish Women’s Seders,” examines the transformative effects of the new Jewish women’s ritual. She obtained her M.A. in Jewish Studies from Concordia in 1997, with a thesis on “Woman to Woman: Relationships in the Hebrew Bible.” Her articles have appeared in Nashim: A Journal of Jewish Women’s Studies and Gender Issues and the Journal of Religion and Culture; her most recent publication, “Lost in Translation?: The Transition from Yiddish to English in the Literature of the Montreal Jewish Community,” is included in a forthcoming anthology on Traduire le Montreal Yiddish/New Readings of Montreal Yiddish.

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Jewish Women's Archive. "Sonia Zylberberg." (Viewed on October 23, 2017) <https://jwa.org/encyclopedia/author/zylberberg-sonia>.

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