Laura Arnold Leibman’s work focuses on religion and the daily lives of women and children in early America, and uses everyday objects to help bring their stories back to life. She is the author numerous articles as well as Indian Converts (Massachusetts, 2008), Messianism, Secrecy and Mysticism: A New Interpretation of Early American Jewish Life (London, 2012), and The Art of the Jewish Family: A History of Women in Early New York in Five Objects (New York, 2020). Her current book project uses the family of Sarah Rodrigues Brandon to retell the story of multiracial Jews in early America.
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