I'm an archivist and writer in New York City. I often write about Jews and/or New Jersey.
You can click here for my full CV, and here to contact me.
I contributed an essay on a Jewish farm settlement in South Jersey to Kerri Sullivan's New Jersey Fan Club: Artists and Writers Celebrate the Garden State (Rutgers University Press, 2022).
I contributed to the exhibition book Our Streets! Our City! (Interference Archive, 2022).
Smithsonian Folklife Magazine
New Brunswick Today
Petition to Revise New Brunswick’s Sick Leave Ordinance Withdrawn
After 2015 Fire, Anshe Emeth is Only Active Synagogue in Hub City
Coalition Aims to Change Conversation on Rutgers’ 250th Anniversary
Local Band Asks, “Won’t You Take Me to Funky Town?
You can find all my work for New Brunswick Today, where I was a regular contributor between 2015 and 2016, right here.
The American Archivist
Review of Jason Lustig's A Time to Gather: Archives and the Control of Jewish Culture, with Josie Naron
Reflections on the Role of Children in the Archival Record
The Impending Closure of the National Archives at Seattle
I was a co-curator of Our Streets! Our City! Self-determination and Public Space in NYC at Interference Archive in Brooklyn, NY.
I contributed to In Plain Sight, a digital Metropolitan Archivist exhibition on hidden jazz collections.
I contributed to the “Climate Justice is Worker Justice” section of the Humanities Action Lab’s “Climates of Inequality” exhibition.
On preserving Google Drive comments, among other things, for the Princeton Preservation Group’s Susan Swartzburg Memorial Lecture series
On Jewish life and antisemitism in the history of the New Jersey College for Women, supported by the dean of Douglass Residential College in honor of the College’s centennial