This is a place for my half-baked ideas to hopefully find some readers, perhaps some traction, and maybe an opportunity to explore some of them in fuller fashion.

When I’m not producing futility, I teach in Stanford University’s Graduate School of Education, where I direct the Concentration in Education and Jewish Studies (EdJS).  If you want to read our blog, click here.

My scholarly work focuses primarily on the ways in which people learn to hold religious affinities, perspectives, and beliefs, and I’m particularly interested in how they do so in settings outside of school.



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