Graduate Activities: Rotem Rozental

Last month, doctoral candidate Rotem Rozental was invited to present her work at the Taub Center Graduate Student Workshop in New York University’s Skirball Department of Hebrew and Judaic Studies. Rotem’s paper was titled “From the Home to the File: Narratives, Bodies and their Image in the Non-National Archive,” and was derived from research conducted for her dissertation Photographic Archives, Nationalism and the Foundation of the Jewish State, 1903-1948. Rotem has also designed a new website for Binghamton’s Material and Visual Worlds Transdisciplinary Area of Excellence, incorporating information on the TAE, upcoming events, and videos of past lectures. While living in Beacon, NY, Rotem has also joined the researchers and artists that delve into the collection at Dia:Beacon and organize tours for the public.

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