Nina Cohen teaches history at the Frisch School in New Jersey. She holds a Masters of Arts from the University of Pennsylvania, where she received the Penn Prize for Excellence in Teaching by Graduate Students and was a Benjamin Franklin and O. Odlozilik fellow. Her master’s thesis, “Imaginary Jews for Imaginary Audiences: Jewish and Christian Appropriations of the 1646 Vocalized Mishnah,” was presented at the 2014 Gruss Colloquium in Judaic Studies at the Katz Center for Advanced Judaic Studies. Nina graduated summa cum laude from Barnard College. Her senior thesis, “A Barometer of Religious Nationalism: Louis IX and the Jews,” received Barnard College Department of History honors. Nina has spent time working in museum education at both the Tenement Museum and the Museum at Eldridge Street, where she developed docent-training materials and walking tours of the historic Lower East Side. She is committed to making history engaging, interactive and enjoyable.