Associate Professor of Anthropology
J.R. Howard Hall
2016 When Jews Speak Arabic: Dialectology and Difference in Colonial Morocco. Comparative Studies in Society and History 58(1):5-39.
2012 The “Jewish Question” in Postcolonial Moroccan Cinema. International Journal of Middle East Studies 44(3): 421- 442.
2011 Jewish Studies at the Crossroads of Anthropology and History: Authority, Tradition, Diaspora, Tradition. Edited by Ra‘anan S. Boustan, Oren Kosansky, and Marina Rustow. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.
2011 The Real Morocco Itself: Judeo-Muslim Pilgrimage, Hybridity and the Idea of the Moroccan Nation. In Jewish Culture and Society in North Africa, ed. Emily Gottreich and Daniel Schroeter. Bloomington: University of Indiana Press.
PhD 2003, M.A. 1994 University of Michigan
M.A.T. 1990 Binghamton University
BA 1988 Brown University