The Purist’s Dilemma: Spiritual Pollution in a Modern World
Some segments of the Haredi community have adopted increasingly strict interpretations of Jewish law....
Nomi M. Stolzenberg joined the USC Law faculty in 1988. Her research spans a range of interdisciplinary interests, including law and religion, cultural pluralism, law and liberalism, and law and literature. A strong proponent of multidisciplinary research and teaching, she helped establish the USC Center for Law, History and Culture, which involves scholars and students from throughout USC’s campus.