JEWS OF COLOR: HISTORIES & FUTURES
2022 — present
As Project Manager, I work closely with the Principal Investigator in raising the profile of this $250,000 grant project (funded by the Henry Luce Foundation) by creating and maintaining web and social media presence, along with other marketing, promotional, and outreach efforts. I also maintain financial records and grant reporting and collaborate with the PI and Co-PIs on archival collecting, especially as it relates to public-facing aspects of the archive.
INNOVATIONS IN JEWISH LIFE COLLECTIONS
Program in Jewish Studies
2021 — present
LIBRARY ASSISTANT & CURATOR
Norlin Library Rare and Distinctive Collection
2014 — 2016
Middlebury German Language School and Davis Family Library Special Collections
As guest curator for the Middlebury College’s German School in Vermont, I developed a school-wide exhibit titled Luther: eine Nachschau [Luther: A Look Back], a modern, critical interpretation of Martin Luther and the Reformation. The program was a collaboration between German school faculty and students, and colleagues at the Middlebury Davis Family Library Special Collections. Developing and organizing the program involved working closely with professors to guide undergraduate and graduate student research and production of creative interpretive materials. The goal was to create a program produced by students for students. The pop-up exhibit was stationed in the Library’s foyer during the last week of the summer semester. Students and staff from various departments also attended the opening, as did other community members and German-speaking residents of Middlebury.
Students’ projects included:
VIDEO INTERVIEWS, NEWSPAPERS, AND TOWN FLYERS
DAILY LIVING: HOMES, CLOTHING, AND FOOD