Jewish Studies Interdisciplinary Program

Faculty Achievements

House of Sages - sign in Hebrew and EnglishJennifer Thompson

Jewish on Their Own Terms: How Intermarried Couples are Changing American Judaism. Rutgers University Press, 2013.

"Reaching Out to the Fringe": Insiders, Outsiders, and the Morality of Social Science. Journal of Jewish Identities 2015, 8:1

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Dorothy Clark

“Hyperread: Repurposing Children’s Literature and Digital Storytelling. Postmodern Reinterpretations of Fairy Tales. How Applying New Methods Generates New Meanings. Ed. Anna Kérchy. The Edwin Mellen Press, 2011.

Frontiers in Children’s Literature Illustrations.  From Picture Books to New Media.  Co-author and Editor with Linda Salem, Children’s Literature specialist and Associate Librarian, San Diego State University. (2016) An edited selection of scholarly essays with an introductory essay of original research.

Beth Cohen

“The Youngest Remnant,” in K. Darian-Smith, Childhood, Culture, and Heritage. Valentine-Mitchell, 2013.

“The Myth of Silence: Survivors Tell a Different Story,” in Sundquist, Eric and Cesarani, David, After the Holocaust: Challenging the Myth of Silence. Routledge, 2012.

Jody Myers

"Kabbalah in the Modern Era," in The Cambridge History of Judaism, Volume Eight: The Modern World, 1815-2000. Eds. Mitchell B. Hart and Tony Michels.  Cambridge University Press, 2017.

"Purity, Charity, Community: The Power of Kashrut in an Orthodox Jewish Neighborhood," in Reconstructing Jewish Identity in Pre- and Post-Holocaust Literature and Culture.  Ed. Lycyna Aleksandrowica-Pedich and Malgorzata Pakier. Peter Lang, 2012.

“Jewish Service-Learning Partnerships between Hillel and the Public University: A Case Study,” co-authored with Renée Cohen Goodwin, Journal of Jewish Communal Service, Vol. 87 (Winter/Spring 2012).