Jina Davidovich holds a BA in English Literature, with focuses in Poetry and Women's Studies from Yeshiva University's Stern College for Women. She is now pursuing her MA in Bible from Bernard Revel School of Judaic Studies at Yeshiva University. During her tenure at Stern, Jina had the opportunity to participate in the Jewish Orthodox Feminist Alliance's (JOFA) On-Campus Fellowship. In the year after her graduation, Jina was selected to participate in Drisha's Beit Midrash program and Arts Fellowship, where she furthered her textual skills, knowledge of ancient and modern Jewish ideas, and fostered her poetry. She has presented her poetry at the Bowery Poetry Club, Nuyorican, as part of the Slam Master Poetry Competition, and has taught about Poetry and Psalms at Isabella Friedman, a Jewish retreat center in Connecticut. Currently, Jina works as a Program Associate in the Educational Resources and Organizational Development department at UJA-Federation of NY.
Articles by Jina Davidovich
Hitting a Creative Wall
I didn’t mind the mechitza at first. The wall—more frequently a short partition—separating men and women in ritual spaces was ...