Deborah Dash Moore is Frederick G. L. Huetwell Professor of History and Judaic Studies. She is an historian of American Jews and has published widely in 20th century Jewish history.
Professor Moore's fields of study are American-Jewish history; 20th century urbanization, migration, and acculturation; and documentary photography. She has published on various topics, including American Judaism, Jewish Culture, Jews in and after World War II, photography, the history of New York City, and Jewish migrations.
“Democracy and The New Haggadah,” American Jewish History 95:4 (2009), pp. 323-348.
“On City Streets,” Contemporary Jewry, 28 (2008).
“Urban Origins of American Judaism (2014)
“Judaism as a Gendered Civilization: The Legacy of Mordecai Kaplan’s Magnum Opus,” Jewish Social Studies (the new series), 12:2 (2006).
“At Home in America?: Revisiting the Second Generation,” Journal of American Ethnic History, 25:2-3 (Winter-Spring 2006).