Bio - Marcia Haddad Ikonomopoulos

Marcia Haddad Ikonomopoulos is the Museum Director of Kehila Kedosha Janina in lower Manhattan. She is also President of The Association of Friends of Greek Jewry.

She is a former Teacher of Judaic Studies, and a prolific author. 

Translator of Greek Jewish Holocaust Memoirs, I survived Death by Heinz Kounio, published by Sephardic House Fall of 2002; Salonika Ghosts by Erika Kounio Amariglio, publication TBA. 

Author:
  • Remembering the Jews of Corfu, Los Muestros, March 2002

  • The Romaniotes, Viewpoint, March 2002

  • Your Guide To Jewish Greece

  • Your Guide To Jewish Italy

  • The Names of the Jews of Ioannina

  • The Story Behind the Statistics: Variables Affecting the Tremendous Losses of Greek Jewry During the Holocaust, originally published in Issue 1 of The International Sephardic Journal [2004], republished in the Journal of the Hellenic Diaspora [Spring 2008]

  • Voices From the Salonika Archives, Los Muestros, December 2006

  • The Jews of Corfu

  • The Romaniote Jewish Community of New York, Journal of Modern Hellenism, Spring 2008

  • Regular contributor to La Lettre Sepharade. 

Editor:

  • Yannina -Journey to the Past

  • In Memory of the Jewish Community of Ioannina

  • The Portuguese Nation of Antwerp and London in the Time of Charles V and Henry VIII

  • Ten Gold Medals: Glory or Freedom

She holds BA degrees from Brooklyn College and Queens College, as well as Masters degrees from the New School For Social Research and Queens College.  In addition, she is multi-lingual (Italian and Greek).


                          
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