Deidre Butler

Deidre Butler teaches at Concordia University where she recently received her Ph.D in comparative religious ethics. She is a fellow of the Social Sciences and Research Council of Canada and the Holocaust Education Foundation. Her research interests focus on the intersections between gender, religion and ethics, with a specialization in modern Jewish thought and Jewish women’s history.

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Holocaust Studies in the United States

Jewish American women have made contributions to the field of Holocaust studies in a variety of areas, including general history, women and gender, children, literary criticism, autobiography and biography, curriculum development, religious studies, sociology, psychoanalytic theory, biomedical ethics, and archive and museum curatorship.

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