Deborah Hertz

Deborah Hertz is the Herman Wouk Chair in Modern Jewish Studies and a professor in the Department of History at UC San Diego.
Curriculum Vitae

Selected Presentations

“Music as a Career for Jewish Women from Berlin to St. Petersburg”

September 2018

Etre Juive dans l’Europe de Maria Szymanowska: Talents, Ambitions, Perspectives
Sponsored by the Polish Academy of Science | Paris, France

“Firebrands and Intellectuals: Two Political Types and Two Political Strategies for Radical Jewish Women in Russia and Beyond, 1881-1914”

March 12, 2018

Conference on Gendering Jewish Internationalism
Oxford University | Oxford, England | Event Website

“Respondent to Book Launch, ‘Why Study Jewish History?’”

February 13, 2018

UCLA | Los Angeles, California | Event Website | Presentation Video

Featured Publications

Holocaust Living Workshop

The Holocaust Living Workshop—codirected by Deborah Hertz and Erik Mitchell, Audrey Geisel University Librarian—aims to preserve the memory of victims and survivors of the Holocaust through the USC Shoah Foundation’s Visual History Archive, public events, and training.