Category: News

Title: MURF Sofia Doroshenko (SFS ’24) Reflects about Research on Jewish Identity in Poland

Over the summer of 2022, Mortara Undergraduate Research Fellow Sofia Doroshenko (SFS ’24) traveled to Krakow, Poland to conduct research with Professor Jessica Roda on the city’s historical Jewish community with the support of the Mortara Center. Following the experience, Doroshenko reflected on her time in Krakow and the role of celebrating culture following conflict in an op-ed piece article for The Hoya, Georgetown University’s student newspaper. Read her op-ed here.

The Mortara Undergraduate Research Fellows program is a four-year research apprenticeship program for selected School of Foreign Service students. To find out more about participants in the Mortara Undergraduate Research Fellows program, click here.

MURF Sofia Doroshenko (SFS '24) Reflects about Research on Jewish Identity in Poland

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