History and Jews of France
Lisa Moses Leff is Associate Professor of History at American University, where she is also affiliated with the Jewish Studies program. She teaches courses in European history and Jewish history, and specialises in the history of Jews in France since the Revolution. She is the author of Sacred Bonds of Solidarity: The Rise of Jewish Internationalism in Nineteenth Century France (2006), Colonialism and the Jews (2016) and The Archive Thief: the Man Who Salvaged French Jewish History in the Wake of the Holocaust (2015). She lives in Washington DC, USA, with her husband and two sons.