Cecilie S. Schrøder Simonsen |
Roskilde University, Denmark
Cecilie S. Schrøder Simonsen is a PhD Fellow at the Department of Culture and Identity at Roskilde University, Denmark. Her work approaches an understanding of modern Jewish spaces by exploring the cultural significance of home in 19th-century Western European sources. She is particularly interested in Jewish ghetto literature, historical novels, and village tales. Her publications include articles and chapters on 19th-century Jewish cultural space and Danish Jewish writer Meïr Aron Goldschmidt.
Essays in Partial Answers
A Spatial Expansion of a Pocket-Size Homeland : Heinrich Heine’s Construction of Jewish Space
Volume 14, Issue 2, April 2015
Episodes in the History of Ideas