By Susan Katz Miller
Review of Zadie Smith’s The Autograph Man: A Novel about Growing Up with a Jewish Mother and a Chinese Father, about a child of interfaith marriage that struggles with a multiracial and multicultural identity.
By Marlena Thompson
Review of Black White and Jewish: Autobiography of a Shifting Self by Rebecca Walker, a memoir about her mult-racial and interfaith upbringing.
By Jennifer Siegel
Reprinted news article about speech by Eric Yoffie at the Reform movement’s biennial convention that emphasized the need to increase efforts at retaining children of interfaith families and at curbing the sexual promiscuity of kids at
By Joe Berkofsky
Reprinted news story about a survey of college Freshmen (including those from interfaith families with a Jewish mother) that found Jewish college students to be more sexually and politically active and liberal, and less spiritual than their non-Je
By Yolanda Febles
A non-Jewish woman talks about the challenges facing her relationship with her boyfriend, who has become increasingly religious.
By Naomi Pfefferman
Profile of Tom Rosenberg, producer of the film The Human Stain based on the novel by Philip Roth, as well as a discussion of the adaptation itself and Roth’s legacy.
By Dawn C. Kepler
Advice from an outreach professional on raising children in an interfaith home, drawing form the experiences of the adult children of families where they were raised "nothing."
By Ron Kampeas
Profile of Wesley Clark, including his family background and the story of his Jewish father as well as his work with Israel in the context of his bid for the Democratic nomination for the election in 2004.
By Judith Bolton-Fasman
Review of Star of Wonder by Daniel Mark Epstein about an adult child of intermarriage who is taken with both of his parents’ faiths.
By Penina Adelman
Review of Who Am I?, directed by Lena Romanoff, a documentary about the children of interfaith families and their reaction to their religious upbringing.