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Naya Lekht
Dr. Naya Lekht was born in the former Soviet Union and came to the United States with her family in 1989. She holds a PhD from UCLA in Russian Literature. Dr. Lekht is Director of Education for Club Z, a national Zionist institute and advocacy movement. In her role, Dr. Lekht developed an innovative approach to teaching the Arab-Israeli conflict as well as equipping teens with tools to identify and combat antisemitism. Dr. Lekht has written and lectured extensively on the history of antisemitism and in 2018 was a scholar-in-residence at Oxford University through ISGAP. Her writing can be found in The Jerusalem Post, The Jewish Journal, JNS, The Algemeiner, and Times of Israel.
by | Sep 24, 2021

In 1605, the Spanish author Miguel de Cervantes published the adventure tale, Don Quixote, a foundational work of world literature that went viral, and by 1617 was available in English translation. The comedic tale follows a nobleman, one Alonso Quixano…

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