Emily Alice Katz is a doctoral candidate in modern Jewish studies at the Graduate School of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. She is writing her dissertation on Hebrew and Israeli culture in American Jewish life from 1938 to 1967. Her article "It's the Real World After All: The American-Israel-Jordan Pavilion Controversy at the New York World's Fair, 1964-1965" was published in American Jewish History 91, 1 (2003). She was curator of Culture as Commodity: Internet Auctions and Judaica Collecting, an exhibition at the Judaica Museum in New York City, and her essay about the exhibition will appear in a book series about collecting practices edited by Susan Koppelman and Alison Franks (University Press of Kentucky).
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