Acting Director Shari Rabin has published an article entitled “Mohalim, Not Missionaries: Outsider and Insider Bodies in Southern Religious History” as part of a special issue on “Outsiders, Dissenters, and Critics” in the Journal of Southern Religion. In this article, only the second on a Jewish topic in the journal’s history, she argues for the integration of Judaism into southern religious history, writing, “the case of Jewish circumcision brings attention to the body as a problem and a key site in southern religions.”