Bonnie J. Morris
Bonnie J. Morris earned her Ph.D. in women’s history from the State University of New York at Binghamton. As a visiting research associate at Harvard Divinity School, Morris taught Harvard’s first graduate seminar on Hasidic women in America, and later published her doctoral dissertation as Lubavitcher Women in America. She has taught women’s studies at both George Washington University and Georgetown since 1994, including a term aboard ship for the global voyage Semester at Sea. She is the author of five other books, and her essays and articles have appeared in more than forty anthologies, including New World Hasidim.
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