Caroline Luce

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Caroline Luce is a historian whose work sits at the intersection of labor history, Jewish studies, and digital humanities. She served as Chief Curator of Mapping Jewish LA, a project of the UCLA Leve Center for Jewish Studies, and is the current chair of the Communications Committee of UC-AFT. Her specialty is immigration, labor, and working-class culture in the American West, and she is currently writing a book about the Yiddish-speaking Jewish diaspora in Los Angeles.

Courses Taught

LBR STD 101: Introduction to Labor and Social Movements in Los Angeles