Jonathan Boyarin is the Robert M. Beren Professor of Modern Jewish Studies at the University of Kansas. Trained in anthropology and Yiddish studies, he has done fieldwork in Paris, Jerusalem and the Lower East Side. He has written extensively on the politics of Jewish memory and identity, and has worked to bring Jewish culture within the purview of interdisciplinary cultural studies. He also holds a J.D. from Yale Law School and practiced corporate law for several years before returning to the academy. Among his books are Polish Jews in Paris, Storm from Paradise: The Politics of Jewish Memory, and Thinking in Jewish.
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