Leslie Ribovich is a scholar of 20th-century American religions. She studies national identity, power structures, and moral reform in public institutions. Her current research examines how 1950s–1960s New York City public schools developed a religiously-grounded repertoire of terms about racial inclusion in moral education programs as they systematically excluded students of color from equal access to education. Her other interests include gender and sexuality studies, theories of secularism, film, and law.
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