For many of us, pandemic times have forced to think about our family life, especially as many of us have been separated from the ones we love. Elizabeth Shneyderman’s poem, ‘strange token of ancestral determination,’ considers family legacies and what we carry forward with us.
Elizabeth Shneyderman is a second year honors student at the Ohio State University and is double majoring in Computer Science and Economics. She enjoys writing her free time as a creative outlet and is currently looking to become a software engineer after graduation.
Also please see this accessible word document her: ‘strange_tokens_of_ancestral_determination’.