Born and raised in Israel, I received my BA in Poetics and Comparative Literature in 2001, and a Certificate in Copyediting in 2002 at Tel-Aviv University. I earned an MST in Jewish Studies from Oxford University in 2008, and a Ph.D. in Comparative Literature at the University of Washington, Seattle, in summer 2012.
My fields of interest include Hebrew, Yiddish, and Jewish-American literature, as well as the instruction of Hebrew as a second language. I teach all levels of modern Hebrew language, as well as courses in English on Hebrew and Jewish literature.
I have taught at the University of Washington (2004-11) and Portland State University (2011-12). From 2012 to 2016 I was the Silbermann Family Visiting Assistant Professor of Modern Hebrew at Bucknell University, and as of Fall 2016, I am the Silbermann Family Professor in Modern Hebrew Language and Literature at the rank of an Assistant Professor.
Or Rogovin אור רוגובין
Silbermann Family Professor in Modern Hebrew Language and Literature
Department of Languages, Cultures and Linguistics
Lewisburg, PA 17837