Sasha Senderovich

Photo of Sasha SenderovichPhoto | Meryl Schenker PhotographySasha Senderovich is Assistant Professor in the Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures and the Jackson School of International Studies at the University of Washington, Seattle, where he is also an affiliate of the Stroum Center for Jewish Studies. With Harriet Murav, he translated the Yiddish writer David Bergelson’s novel Judgment. Senderovich has written on contemporary fiction by Russian Jewish émigré authors in the United States including Gary Shteyngart, Anya Ulinich, David Bezmozgis, and Irina Reyn.

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Cover: How the Soviet Jew Was MadeHow the Soviet Jew Was MadeSenderovich, SashaHARDCOVER07/05/2022$39.95
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