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Nathan P. Devir Publishes New Essays on African Jewry

Becoming JewishIn the Shadow of MosesNathan P. Devir recently published two separate essays in edited volumes dedicated to the subject of neo-Jewish movements in Sub-Saharan Africa. They are: “The ‘Internet Jews’ of Cameroon: Inside the Digital Matrix of Globalized Judaism,” in The Shadow of Moses: New Jewish Movements in Africa and the Diaspora, eds. Daniel Lis, William F. S. Miles, and Tudor Parfitt (Los Angeles: African Academic Press/Marymount Institute Press/Tsehai Publishers, 2016, 113–130); and “Origins and Motivations of Madagascar’s Normative Jewish Movement,” in Becoming Jewish: New Jews and Emerging Jewish Communities in a Globalized World, eds. Netanel Fisher and Tudor Parfitt (Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2016, 49–63).


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Nathan P. Devir is assistant professor of Jewish Studies in the Department of World Languages and Cultures and the Interim Director of the Middle East Center.

Last Updated: 2/15/17