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Isabel Janovsky


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Isabel Janovsky (C’23) is double majoring in government and French and francophone studies. Her research interests include Belgian multiethnic federalism, the impacts of French colonialism on the environment, and the interactions between Judaism and modernity across both sides of the Atlantic. Isabel is writing her senior French thesis as part of a Doyle Seminar course on francophone feminist thought, examining the feminist and religious philosophies of one of the first female rabbis in France, Delphine Horvilleur.

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