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Noam Yadin-Evron is an art historian, writer and educator. She has a PhD in Medieval art history, and an MA in art history and gender studies from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Noam is a skilled communicator and has extensive experience as a writer, researcher, and project manager. She is particularly interested in the intersection between art, politics and contemporary culture. As well as centring these themes in her academic work, she was the co-founder of projects that champion critical thinking and community building, among them Spolia Magazine: A Magazine on Art and Women, and the Jerusalemite cooperative, Imbala. She has been living in London since 2019.

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