Ayala Fader is Assistant Professor of Anthropology at Fordham University. She has conducted ethnographic research among Hasidic women and children in Brooklyn and in a synagogue in New York City. Her primary interests are language socialization and language ideologies, gender, morality, urban communities, and changing religious practices. Her recent publications include “Literacy, bilingualism, and gender in a Hasidic community,” Linguistics and Education 12, 3 (2001):261-283, and “Learning faith: Language socialization in a Hasidic community,” Language in Society 35, 2 (forthcoming).
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