bookpilesMy writing has been published in a wide range of journals, anthologies, and blogs. Selected pieces are listed below:

I Got Tested for the Breast Cancer Gene–For Myself and For My Daughter, Tablet, October 2013.

Preserving the Past, Defining a Legacy, JOFA Journal, Spring 2013

Keeping the Personal Political, Sh’ma: A Journal of Jewish Ideas, December 2012

Why I’m Resistant to All Things Pink in October, Role/Reboot, October 2012

The Real Housewives of the Lower East Side, The Jew and the Carrot, May 2012

Strange, Inconceivable Fire, Huffington Post, April 2012

Rebooting the Next Generation, Role/Reboot, October 2011

Jews and Social Justice: Complicating the Narrative, Learning from our Past, PresenTense Magazine, Winter 2011

Kagan’s Bat Mitzvah Marked a Watershed Moment, The Sisterhood, May 2010

New Tools for Engaging with Jewish Texts, Jewish Education 3.0, a project of the Lippman Kanfer Institute, December 2009

What Patrick Swayze did for Jewish women, Jewesses with Attitude, September 2009

The Feminine Mystique, 21st Century Style, Ima Shalom, February 2009

New Recipes for Jewish Diversity Education, Jewish Education News, Summer 2007

What Drove Jewish Women into the Feminist Movement?, My Jewish Learning, 2006

8 Jewish Women who Changed the World, Reform Judaism Magazine, Winter 2005

Rethinking Women’s Body Politics in the New Century, Tikkun Magazine, September/October 2004

Academic publications include:

“Listening for Gender in Katrina’s Jewish Voices.” Women of Katrina: How Gender, Race, and Class Matter in an American Disaster. Emmanuel David and Elaine Enarson, eds. Nashville: Vanderbilt University Press, 2011.

“The Call to Action: Margaret Sanger, the Brownsville Jewish Women, and Political Activism.” Gender and Jewish History. Deborah Dash Moore and Marion Kaplan, eds. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2010.


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