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Ruth Klüger (1931-2020) was a survivor of the Holocaust with a long career in academia who was Professor Emerita of German Studies at the University of California, Irvine.

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Time at the University of Virginia

Klüger came to the University of Virginia in 1973 to study philosophy. She left in protest in 1976. [citation needed]

Klüger is one of the many people painted by artist Frances Brand as part of her Firsts series. In that painting, she is identified as Ruth Angress.


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