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BADDER Anastasia

ORCID
0000-0003-0688-4348
Main Referenced Co-authors
Avni, Sharon (1)
BRONEC, Jakub  (1)
BUDACH, Gabriele  (1)
Davis, Rebecca (1)
Olmo, Mara (1)
Main Referenced Keywords
Religion (3); Jewishness (2); Literacy (2); literacy (2); Modernity (2);
Main Referenced Unit & Research Centers
Ironbridge International Institute for Cultural Heritage, Foundation for Jewish Heritage (1)
Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History (C2DH) > Doctoral Training Unit (DTU) (1)
Main Referenced Disciplines
Anthropology (9)
Languages & linguistics (4)
Arts & humanities: Multidisciplinary, general & others (3)
Religion & theology (1)
Education & instruction (1)

Publications (total 16)

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Davis, R., & Badder, A. (April 2020). “A low-key cowgirl who gets good grades”: Learning to be a Good Christian Girl in an American Evangelical Bible Study Group. NEOS, 12 (1), 28-31. https://hdl.handle.net/10993/46567

The most cited

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BADDER, A. (November 2022). ‘I just want you to get into the flow of reading’: Reframing Hebrew proficiency as an enactment of liberal Jewishness. Language and Communication, 87, 221 - 230. doi:10.1016/j.langcom.2022.08.003 https://hdl.handle.net/10993/59536

BADDER, A. (2024). When a Yarmulke Stands for All Jews: Navigating Shifting Signs from Synagogue to School in Luxembourg. Contemporary Jewry: the Journal of the Association for the Social Scientific Study of Jewry. doi:10.1007/s12397-023-09524-8
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BADDER, A., & Avni, S. (2023). Jewish Languages and American Jewishness. In The Routledge Handbook of Language and Religion. Routledge. doi:10.4324/9781003301271-27
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BADDER, A. (November 2022). ‘I just want you to get into the flow of reading’: Reframing Hebrew proficiency as an enactment of liberal Jewishness. Language and Communication, 87, 221 - 230. doi:10.1016/j.langcom.2022.08.003
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Badder, A. (20 December 2021). When a Kippah Represents All Jews: Navigating Shifting Signs from Talmud Torah to School in Luxembourg [Paper presentation]. Association for Jewish Studies 53rd Annual Conference.

Badder, A. (17 November 2021). "You want to undress us to press your case": Negotiating claims to religious truth in a secularizing state [Paper presentation]. American Anthropological Association Annual Meeting.

Badder, A. (2021). Learning How to Be Modern: An Ethnography of the Religious Education of L/liberal Jewish Talmud Torah Students in Luxembourg [Doctoral thesis, Unilu - University of Luxembourg]. ORBilu-University of Luxembourg. https://orbilu.uni.lu/handle/10993/48872

Badder, A. (2021). “But what does it mean?”: Language and the material in a Luxembourgish Talmud Torah classroom [Paper presentation]. Association Internationale de Linguistique Appliquée 2021 Congress.

Badder, A., Zhang, Y., Olmo, M., & Budach, G. (2021). Living and Learning in Times of Corona. Experiences from a Master Program at Uni.Lu. In G. MEIN & J. PAUSE, Self and Society in the Corona Crisis. Perspectives from the Humanities and Social Sciences. Belval, Luxembourg: Melusina Press.
Editorial reviewed

Davis, R., & Badder, A. (April 2020). “A low-key cowgirl who gets good grades”: Learning to be a Good Christian Girl in an American Evangelical Bible Study Group. NEOS, 12 (1), 28-31.
Peer reviewed

Badder, A. (09 January 2020). But what does it mean?": Emerging ideas about Hebrew and language in a Talmud Torah class in Luxembourg [Paper presentation]. Parkes Institute Roundtable.

Badder, A. (2020). “Get[ting] in a flow of reading”: Linguistic Possibility and challenges from a liberal Talmud Torah classroom [Paper presentation]. Association for Jewish Studies 52nd Annual Conference.

Badder, A., & Bronec, J. (2019). Negotiating the past, present, and future: The Luxembourgish Jewish Museum Project as a Process of Contested memory and imagined futures [Paper presentation]. Urban Jewish Heritage | Presence and Absence, Krakow, Poland.

Badder, A. (2019). De-Sacralizing a Sacred Space: The Luxembourg Jewish Museum Project as a Process of Contested Definitions [Paper presentation]. Association of Social Anthropologists of the UK Conference.

Badder, A. (2019). Ethnographer as Learner, Ethnographer as Teacher: Grappling with New Challenges and Collaborations in the Field [Paper presentation]. American Anthropological Association 2019 Annual Meeting.

Badder, A. (2019). (In)visibility: Negotiating Difference in Luxembourgish Schools [Paper presentation]. European Conference on Educational Research.

Badder, A. (2018). “He never told me he was Jewish!” : Navigating Borders in Luxembourg edit [Paper presentation]. Sociolinguistics Symposium 22.

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