Wilson Center Projects
Communism and Zionism from Early Soviet Perspective
Mirjam Limbrunner completed her Undergraduate Degree at the University of Erfurt, Germany, where she studied International Relations and History. She was a member of the student council and served as an academic tutor for her fellow students in Modern History. Before and during her studies, she traveled to Israel, the Palestinian Territories and Jordan several times. Most recently, she interned at the German-Israeli Chamber of Commerce and spent a semester abroad at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. Mirjam speaks fluent German and English and intermediate level of Modern Hebrew. She is currently studying Arabic. In late 2019, she will begin her Graduate Degree in International Relations and Modern History in the Netherlands.