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Former Graduate Student to Speak About New Book at Lecture Event
April 10, 2019

Caroline Luce (PhD 2013, U.S. American History) will offer a preview of her book-in-progress, Yiddish in the Land of Sunshine: Jewish Radicalism, Labor and Culture in Los Angeles, 1900-1950.  She is the Research and Digital Projects Manager of the UCLA Alan D. Leve Center for Jewish Studies and the Chief Digital Curator of the Mapping Jewish Los Angeles Project. She received her Ph.D. in American History from UCLA in 2013 with a focus on Jewish immigration and labor and working class history in the American West and teaches courses for the UCLA History Department and the UCLA Institute for Research on Labor and Employment.

Moderator for this event is Janice Reiff.  Janice Reiff is a Professor of History at UCLA whose research has focused on the ways in which urban space, both residential and industrial, has shaped conflict, cooperation, and activism, primarily in North America.

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