Nora Glickman

Nora Glickman is a professor of Hispanic Literature at Queens College and at the Graduate Center, CUNY. Her critical work includes “Regeneración” de Leib Malach y la trata de blancas, The Jewish White Slave Trade: The Case of Raquel Liberman, El inglés en el teatro y el cine rioplatense, and the short stories, Puerta entre abierta; Mujeres, memorias, malogros; Uno de sus Juanes; Hilván de instantes. Several of her plays are gathered in Teatro de Nora Glickman, and in her bilingual anthology. Suburban News received the Jerome Award for young dramatists in 1990. Dos Charlottes appears in Dramaturgas en la escena del mundo. She is the co-editor of the Latin American Jewish Studies Association Publications, and of Enclave: Revista de Creación Literaria en Español. Between 1998 and 2010 she was Associate Editor of Modern Jewish Studies/Yiddish.

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