Sarah Imhoff is Assistant Professor of Religious Studies and Jewish Studies at Indiana University, Bloomington. She writes on gender and American Judaism both historically and in the present, the role of DNA and genetic discourse in constructions of Jewishness, and the history of the field of Religious Studies, especially in its relation to US law. Her work has appeared on internet sites such as The Immanent Frame and Sightings, as well as more traditional academic venues, including the Journal of the American Academy of Religion, Journal of Religion, American Jewish History, Religion and Culture, and Critical Research on Religion. She is currently completing a book manuscript entitled Masculinity and the Making of American Judaism.
Sarah Imhoff on MRB
Intermarriage and the Complexity of Jewish Identity. On Jennifer A. Thompson’s Jewish on Their Own Terms: How Intermarried Couples are Changing American Judaism & Keren R. McGinity’s Marrying Out.