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Dr. Anita Norich
Pioneer Women/ Naamat and
the Midrasha, college of Jewish
studies will co-sponsor a series on
"Images from Yiddish and Ameri-
can Jewish Fiction." The series,
already in progress, will continue
on Thursday and on Dec. 13. The
guest lecturer will be Dr. Anita
Norich, assistant professor at the
University of Michigan. The lec-
tures are held at 10:30 a.m.
Dr. Norich received her A.B.
degree from Barnard and her
M.A. and Ph.D. degrees from
Columbia University. She also
was a student of Yiddish litera-
ture at the YIVO Institute for
Jewish Research. She has held
positions at New York Univer-
sity, University of Pennsylvania,
YIVO and Columbia University.
Her reviews and essays have ap-
peared in a wide variety of Jewish
journals. She has been involved
with Rseponse and Lilith maga-
The series will consider the his-
torical reality of shtetl and city
life and the literary representa-
tion of that reality. Dr. Norich
will explore different models for
reading the literary works of
Sholem Aleichem, Mendele
Mocher Seforim, Isaac Bashevis
Singer, Henry Roth, Bernard
Malamud and Saul Bellow.
Lunch will follow the closing
session on Dec. 13. The programs
will be held in the youth lounge at
Cong. Beth Achim. There is a fee.
Those involved with the plan-
ning include: Lee Wagman,
Pioneer Women/Naamat Council
president; Dr. Jacqueline Zeff,
vice president of education; and
Evelyn Noveck, Council past
president; and Dr. Irving Panush
and Dr. Joseph Epel, chairman
and vice chairman, respectively,
of the Midrasha.
For information, call Pioneer
Women/Naamat, 967-4750; or
Renee Wohl or Selma Silverman
at the Midrasha, 352-7117.
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meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday at William
The meeting will be held in the
nuclear medicine department
classroom, on the first floor of the
hospital's North Tower. The
group meets the first Tuesday of