Nathan P. Devir recently published two separate essays in edited volumes dedicated
to the subject of neo-Jewish movements in Sub-Saharan Africa. They are: “The ‘Internet
Jews’ of Cameroon: Inside the Digital Matrix of Globalized Judaism,” in The Shadow of Moses: New Jewish Movements in Africa and the Diaspora, eds. Daniel Lis, William F. S. Miles, and Tudor Parfitt (Los Angeles: African Academic
Press/Marymount Institute Press/Tsehai Publishers, 2016, 113–130); and “Origins and
Motivations of Madagascar’s Normative Jewish Movement,” in Becoming Jewish: New Jews and Emerging Jewish Communities in a Globalized World, eds. Netanel Fisher and Tudor Parfitt (Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing,
Nathan P. Devir is assistant professor of Jewish Studies in the Department of World Languages and Cultures and the Interim Director of the Middle East Center.