Dr Daniella Doron
Lecturer in Holocaust and Genocide Studies
Daniella received her Ph.D. in 2009 rom the Departments o History and Hebrew andJudaic Studies at New York University, where she deended a dissertation entitled
In the Best Interest o the Child: Family, Youth, and Identity in Postwar France
, 1944–1954.Most recently she was the 2010–2012 Schusterman Postdoctoral Fellow in JewishStudies at Colgate University, oering courses in modern Jewish history, Jewishhistory and autobiography, and Jewish migration and diaspora. Previously, she wasthe 2009–2010 Ray D. Wole Postdoctoral Fellow in Jewish Studies at the University oToronto where she oered courses on postwar Jewish history and children during theHolocaust. Daniella’s lectureship at Monash is supported through the philanthropy oNaomi Milgrom.
Dr Noah Shenker
6a Foundation Lecturer in Holocaust and Genocide Studies
In 2009 Noah received a Ph.D. in Critical Studies rom the University o SouthernCaliornia School o Cinematic Arts, completing his dissertation
Embodied Memory: The Formation o Archived Audiovisual Holocaust Testimony in the United States
.During his doctoral studies he was the recipient o various ellowships including theCharles H. Revson Fellowship or Archival Research at the United States HolocaustMemorial Museum’s Center or Advanced Holocaust Studies. From 2009 to 2012 hewas a postdoctoral ellow at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, where he taughtcourses on Holocaust representation, global cinema, and Holocaust historiography.
Dr Nathan Wolski
Bori and Helen Liberman Family Lecturer in Jewish Studies
Nathan works in the eld o Jewish mysticism, and is currently involved in a criticaltranslation o the central corpus o Jewish mystical scholarship, The Zohar. He is theauthor o the book,
Journey Into the Zohar
Dr David Slucki
Early Career Development Fellow
David completed his PhD in History at Monash University in 2010, which explored thehistory o the Jewish Labor Bund ater the Holocaust, and his book,
The International Jewish Labor Bund ater 1945: toward a global history
, was released in early 2012 byRutgers University Press. He has received ellowships, scholarships, and grants romMonash University; Jacob Waks Cultural Centre, Melbourne; Center or Jewish History,New York; Simon Dubnow Institute or Jewish History and Culture at Leipzig University;and the Goldreich Family Institute or Yiddish Language, Literature, and Culture atTel Aviv University.
Hinde Ena Burstin
Coordinator, Kronhill Program in Yiddish Language and Culture
Hinde has taught Yiddish language, literature and culture or over 20 years and has beenan invited guest lecturer in Europe, South Arica, the United States, Canada and Australia.She is an internationally published Yiddish writer and researcher, who is currentlyresearching her PhD on Yiddish women poets in the 1920s. In 2012, she was the soleinvited Australian delegate to the Permanence o Yiddish Colloquium at UNESCO.
Lecturer in Jewish history and Jewish Education
Paul is the coordinator and lecturer o the two rst year ‘oundation’ courses in Jewishhistory oered by the ACJC: The Bible as History and Confict & Coexistence: Jews,Christians, Muslims. He convenes the Jewish studies teacher training program with theFaculty o Education.
Helen joined the ACJC in August 2010 with many years o experience in administrationand event management within the Jewish community and also in the broader corporateand not-or-prot sectors.
Eva and Les Erdi Lectureship in Israel Studies
This year the ACJC will be making a new appointment in Israel and Middle East studies to support ourextensive teaching and research program.The ACJC mourns the passing o Les Erdi OAM on Australia Day this year.
Our part-time Teaching and Research sta also includes: Sue Hampel, Dr Miriam Munz,Dan Rabinovici, Dr Margi Tat.