Rachel Ethier Rosenbaum, GSAS MA’73, was executive director of the Carroll Center for the Blind, in Newton, Massachusetts, for 33 years before her retirement in 2009. She has written a biography of the center’s founder, Father Thomas J. Carroll Jr., titled “Caution: Blind Priest Driving.” Henry Srebrnik, GSAS MA’73, is a professor of political science at the University of Prince Edward Island. He made a presentation titled “A Constellation of One’s Own: Canadian Jewish Communists and Their Mass Organizations” at a conference on the Yiddish-speaking immigrant Left, held virtually at Cornell University in December 2020. Hugh Donahue, GSAS MA’75, celebrated the publication of two e-books in 2021: “What’s Happening: A Fresh Paradigm for a New Decade” and “Concurrencies: A Fresh Paradigm for Bitcoins, Blockchains, Stablecoins and Non-Fungible Tokens.” After 30 years in Chicago, Marshall, GSAS MA’76, and Judith (Mars) Kupchan, GSAS MA’77, both P’09, retired from their work in Jewish education and made aliyah in 2018. They live in Jerusalem. Peter Child, GSAS MFA’78, PhD’81, is the composer of “Tell Everyone: Fragments of Sappho,” which was performed by the Norwegian vocal ensemble Tabula Rasa at the Bergen International Festival in Norway in May. George Ingham, GSAS MFA’78, PhD’12, is the author of “Saving Our Democracy: Essays on Freedom and Its Enemies,” which he says draws heavily on what he learned during his Brandeis education. 

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