Daniella Gitlin is a PhD candidate in NYU’s Comparative Literature Department pursuing a Certificate in Media and Culture. Her dissertation revolves around documentary media from mid-20th-century Argentina, the United States, and Palestine/Israel that responds to grave injustice. Daniella’s English translation of Rodolfo Walsh’s 1957 book-length work of investigative journalism, Operation Massacre, was published by Seven Stories Press in 2013. Her writing and translations have appeared in the London Review of Books blog, Huffington Post, CineAction, and Asymptote Journal, among other publications, and she is currently at work on a book about Israel. Daniella sits on the board of and helps run Word Up Community Bookshop/Librería Comunitaria, a nonprofit, bilingual community bookshop in Washington Heights staffed predominantly by volunteers. As a Public Humanities Fellow, Daniella is curating a bilingual series of screenings and discussions of social documentaries from the Americas at Word Up.