Article by religious studies faculty member included in new book

Judith NeulanderJudith Neulander, instructor of religious studies and co-director of the Judaic Studies Program, recently consented to a third reprinting of her article “Folk Taxonomy, Prejudice and the Human Genome,” for Jews and Genes: The Genetic Future in Contemporary Jewish Thought.

Elliot Dorff and Laurie Zoloth published in the book in English and Hebrew translations (JPS 2015).

The National Jewish Book Association named the book first runner-up in the National Jewish Book Awards for contemporary life and practice.

The book is available at Kelvin Smith Library.