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Paul Morris

Paul Morris is Professor of Religious Studies and holder of UNESCO Chair in Interreligious Understanding and Relations in New Zealand and the Pacific. His publications include books and articles on poetry and spirituality, modern Jewish experience, religious change in the Pacific, and religion and politics. His current research is focused on Jews and intersectionality and a defense of Jewish cosmopolitanism.

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Elaine Feinstein

Elaine Feinstein was the preeminent Jewish woman literary author in late 20th- and early 21st-century England and a leading European Jewish writer. An award-winning poet, novelist, and translator, her works explore Jewish women’s identities as writer, wife, friend, and mother; assimilation; antisemitism; the Holocaust and its transgenerational impact; Soviet Russian poets; European Jewish life in the 20th century; Israel and Zionism; and the meanings of a literary life.

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Jewish Women's Archive. "Paul Morris." (Viewed on December 4, 2023) <>.


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