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"Not on the same page: When parents disagree about Jewish education" at the Annual Conference of the AJS

Monday, January 11, 2016

Jewish Studies & Education graduate student Ilana Horwitz attended the 47th annual conference of the Association for Jewihs Studies in Boston, MA. As part of a panel about the role of parents and grandparents in Jewish education, she presented her paper on  "Not on the same page: When parents disagree about Jewish education."

47th Annual Conference of the Association for Jewish Studies, in Boston, MA

Friday, December 18, 2015

Jewish Studies & Sociology graduate student Adam Horowitz attended the 47th annual conference of the Association for Jewihs Studies in Boston, MA. On Monday, December 14, he presented his paper on  "Obviousness: Conversion, Passing, and the Surprising Benefit of Phenotypic Dissimilarity" in a panel session, entitled "Crossing Religious and Geographic Borders."