Sarah Benor has recently received tenure at Hebrew Union College. Sarah is an adjunct associate professor in the USC Linguistics Department and she teaches ‘Language and Identity among ‘Hyphenated’ Americans’ at USC.
In addition to earning this honor, Sarah has also been busy with several other projects. She is founding editor of a new journal named the Journal of Jewish Languages. Her book Becoming Frum: How Newcomers Learn the Language and Culture of Orthodox Judaism was published in November 2012 by Rutgers University Press. She has also started an online database of Jewish English. Other information about Sarah may be found on her website.
Congratulations to Sarah on these wonderful achievements!