Devorah Tarrow is an Aesthetic Realism consultant and sociologist. Her articles on poverty, women, love, and healthcare have appeared in newspapers in many states, as well as in The Right of Aesthetic Realism to Be Known. With other Aesthetic Realism consultants, she has conducted public seminars on such subjects as,
- “What Stops Men and Women from Liking Themselves?”
- “Sex and Self-Respect: How Can They Go Together?”
- “What Should a Woman Do with Her Fierceness and Sweetness?”
She is a lecturer on "Harriet Tubman, the Underground Railroad, the Cause of Slavery--& Us" and has also appeared on television and radio speaking about America's need for this education.
Ms. Tarrow began her study of Aesthetic Realism with its founder, Eli Siegel, in 1968 and soon after received a BA from the New School for Social Research and an MA from NYU. She continues to study in professional classes taught by the Class Chairman of Aesthetic Realism, Ellen Reiss. Devorah Tarrow did field work in the South Pacific in psychology and anthropology, 1967-1968. She and her husband, Jeffrey
Carduner, are active participants in fundraising for the building of the Brooklyn Jewish Children’s Museum. Interested in the violin as well as an activist Democrat, Ms. Tarrow was born in San Antonio, Texas, in 1947.