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2014 Rhinestones, Religion, and the Republic: Fashioning Jewishness in France. Stanford: Stanford University Press.
i.p. Comment on Mikaela Rogozen-Soltar’s “Striving Toward Piety.” Current Anthropology*
2018 “Talking about Anti-Semitism in France Before and After Charlie Hebdo and Hyper Cacher.” Jewish History 32(1): 77-97.
2018 “Historicity, Peoplehood, and Politics: Holocaust talk in 21st Century France.” Comparative Studies in Society and History 60(4): 968-997.
2017 “Jews, Jesus, and the problem of postcolonial Frenchness,” Public Culture 29(3): 457-480.
2016 “Defining France and Defending Israel: Romantic Nationalism and the Paradoxes of French Jewish Belonging.” In Re-examining the Jews of Modern France: Images and Identities. Kaplan, Zvi and Nadia Malinovich, eds. Boston: Brill.
2014 “The Vanishing State: Religious Education and Intolerance in French Jewish Schools.” In Religious Education and the Challenge of Pluralism. Seligman, Adam, ed. Oxford University Press.
2011 “Laïcité, Fraternité, and Nationalité: discontinuities in French Jewish discourse.” AJS Perspectives, Spring*
2009 “Rhinestone Aesthetics and Religious Essence: Looking Jewish in Paris.” American Ethnologist 36(4): 722-734.
* indicates a non-refereed publication
WORK IN PROGRESS
“What can words do? Debating a ‘good death’ in French palliative care,” under review after R&R with Anthropological Quarterly
“From Liberté to Dignité: Medical Authority and Secular Morality on the French Mediterranean Coast,” under review after R&R with JRAI
“Etre ou Faire? Thinking about Different Forms of Difference in a Southern French Hospital” manuscript in preparation for French Culture, Society and Politics
From Liberté to Dignité: Secularity and Medical Ethics on the French Mediterranean, book project