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Abby Klionsky ’14

Abby Klionsky is a public historian at Princeton University. Her work seeks to reincorporate marginalized voices into the University’s historical narrative by telling some of Princeton’s lesser-known stories. To that end, she has developed the (In)Visible Princeton series of walking tours, curated a photography exhibit in the student center, and advised a team putting up historical markers around campus. Her senior thesis at Princeton focused on the development of Jewish student life at Princeton, and helped lead to 2016’s L’Chaim conference. Previously, Klionsky has worked in a variety of positions at the cross-section of material culture, history education, and archives. Prior to returning to Princeton, she worked in curriculum development and teacher training in Mississippi, and on a variety of digital humanities initiatives in Chicago.


Follow-Up Discussion: Women’s History of Princeton Self-Guided Walking Tour

Thursday, October 4

Participate in a post-tour discussion of women’s history at Princeton.

Debby C. Foster ’92, Assistant Vice President for Campus Services
Abby Klionsky ’14, Project Specialist