Elisheva Gould

Elisheva Gould was born and raised in Toronto, Canada, and is a graduate of the University of Toronto (with one year spent at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem), where she studied her three main passions: English literature, Jewish studies, and cinema studies. She is currently a graduate student in the William Davidson Graduate School of Jewish Education. Elisheva taught Jewish studies for two years at the Rodeph Sholom School on the Upper West Side, and she has worked as a legal advocate for homeless and marginally housed New Yorkers through AVODAH: the Jewish Service Corps.

2007–2008 Classes:

First Period:

Fall Elective:

Woe Is Me: Difficult Experiences Within Jewish Art and Text

Spring Elective:

“Who Are We?”: Israeli and American Jewish Film and Text 


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