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Dr. Marco Di Giulio
Marco Di Giulio is an associate professor of Hebrew language and literature at Franklin & Marshall College in Lancaster, PA. He has written on the vernacularization and standardization of Hebrew. He was a fellow at the Centre for Hebrew and Jewish Studies at the University of Oxford (UK), and his work has appeared in several peer-reviewed journals, including Jewish Social Studies, The Journal of Israeli History, The Jewish Quarterly Review, Modern Judaism, Hebrew Studies, History of Universities, and Annali d’Italianistica. Currently, he is completing a book manuscript on the history of disability in Israel. His most recent publication is “The Origins of Israeli Deaf Ethnicity,” Jewish Social Studies 27.2 ( 2022): 144-182.