‘Her skill at communicating so much with such energy … truly inspirational.’ Tina Dickson, University College London
Dr Aviva Dautch is a highly respected academic and museum educator. She is an associate fellow of the Higher Education Academy, has a PGCHE and almost twenty years experience inspiring groups of all ages, including regularly visiting schools around the country to facilitate Holocaust education and teach creative writing workshops. If you would like her to create a bespoke tour of literary London or visit your setting for a lecture or workshop please contact her.
Aviva regularly teaches for the following organisations:
The British Library
Aviva facilitates English Literature, Language and Creative Writing workshops at the British Library for Primary, Secondary and FE groups. For more information click here.
She runs INSET workshops for Teachers and Trainee Teachers. To book CPD sessions click here.
Aviva is also happy to lead customised workshops and private tours of the exhibitions and permanent collection for HE and Adult groups. For more information contact her here.
Aviva is a Visiting Lecturer at Roehampton University where she specialises in Jewish Cultural Studies. In Spring 2019 she is teaching the following undergraduate modules:
- Jewish Thought and Practice
- The Holocaust and the Problem of Evil (with Irene Wise)
London School of Jewish Studies
Aviva teaches the Modern Jewish Literature class on Monday mornings during term times. For more information and to book click here.
Aviva teaches the Modern Jewish Literature class on Thursday mornings during term times. For more information and to book click here.