Judith L. Goldstein, is Professor of Anthropology at Vassar College, where she also teaches Jewish Studies. She has done ethnographic and archival research in Iran, Israel, Paris and Rome. She has published on such topics as folk narrative and performance; identity; consumer culture; aesthetics and modernity; visual culture; nineteenth and twentieth century journalism; and Jewish communities in transition. Among her publications are, An Innocent Abroad: How Mulla Daoud Was Lost and Found in Lebanon, or the Politics of Ethnic Theater in a Nation at War, Realism Without a Human Face, The Female Aesthetic Community, The Origin of the Specious, and Bought in Rome. This June , she will visit China with a faculty group on a Mellon-funded research trip she co-organized to study, "Memory and Monuments: Cultural Identity in Western China and Inner Mongolia."
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