Robert Yerachmiel Sniderman

Robert Yerachmiel Sniderman is a doctoral student in English Literature and Social, Cultural, and Critical Theory at the University of Arizona, an interdisciplinary poet, and consultant for the Jewish History Museum in Tucson where he writes curricula and curates temporary and permanent pieces on human rights, Jewish identity, and local history that challenge and correct supremacist narratives. He has exhibited text-based installations in the De Kijkdoos Project Space in Amsterdam (with David Bernstein) and Puffin Foundation in New York City. Since 2007, he has written and directed seven plays, most recently "Internal," a materialist adaptation of Lejb Goldin's narrative recording of starvation in the Warsaw Ghetto. In 2018, he will be a DAAD Research Fellow at the Institute for Art in Context in Berlin. New work in print appears in Borderlore and The Elephants, and is forthcoming in University of Toronto Journal of Jewish Thought. Photo by Eric Siegel. Rehearsal of 'Internal' with Perin McNelis, Exploded View Gallery, Tucson 2016.