Novelist and literary scholar Dara Horn explores the role Hebrew can play in a living contemporary American Jewish culture, as she has experienced it as a reader and as an American writer. This lecture was part of the 2016 Stroum Lectures, “Hebrew and the Creative Imagination,” hosted by the Stroum Center for Jewish Studies of the University of Washington.

Living in Hebrew

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