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Join us for a lively discussion with best-selling Hebrew-language author and Stanford University faculty member Maya Arad.

Often called the “foremost Hebrew writer outside Israel,” Arad will discuss her latest book, “The Hebrew Teacher,” which presents three remarkable novellas focusing on Israeli American life, with Professor Naomi Sokoloff.

This event will be held in person on the UW main campus. Please register for more details:

About the speaker

Maya Arad is the author of eleven books of Hebrew fiction, as well as studies in literary criticism and linguistics. Born in Israel in 1971, she received a Ph.D. in linguistics from University College London and for the past twenty years has lived in California, where she is currently writer in residence at Stanford University’s Taube Center for Jewish Studies.

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