“New demographic perspectives on studying intermarriage in the United States.” Contemporary Jewry 33:1-2, April-July 2013.
“Intermarriage in the Twenty-First Century: New Perspectives” in Arnold Dashefsky and Ira Sheskin (eds.). American Jewish Year Book 2017, pp. 31-119.
“Why intermarried couples avoid Jewish neighborhoods: The Case of Chicago” in Uzi Rebhun and Sergio DellaPergola (eds.). Jewish Population and Identity: Concept and Reality. Cham Switzerland: Springer.) 2018.
Interfaith Marriage and American Jews, Springer (forthcoming, 2023) with co-Author Arnold Dashefsky.
Re-Examining Intermarriage. Brookline MA. Wilstein Institute for Jewish Policy Studies. 1996.
“Children of Intermarriage: How ‘Jewish’?” Coping with Life and Death: Jewish Families in the Twentieth Century. P. Medding.(ed). New York, Oxford University Press. 1998.
“Catholic (and Protestant) Israel: The Permutations of Denominational Differences and Identities in Mixed Families” in Eli Lederhendler (ed.) Studies in Contemporary Jewry Annual, Vol. XXI¸ Oxford University Press. 2005.
“Assimilation, Transformation, and the Long-Range Impact of Intermarriage.” Contemporary Jewry. Vol. 25 pp 50-74. 2005.
Los Angeles Jewry and other Urban/Suburban Research
“Los Angeles Jewry: A Demographic Profile,” American Jewish Yearbook, Vol 86.
“Faultlines: The Seven Socio-Ecologies of Jewish Los Angeles.”in The Jewish Role in American Life: An Annual Review, Vol. 5. B. Zuckerman and J. Schoenberg (eds), Purdue University Press. 2007.
“Not Quite White: The Emergence of Jewish ‘Ethnoburbs’ in Los Angeles, 1920-2010. American Jewish History, Volume 100, Number 1, January 2016, pp. 73-104.
“The Legacy of Religious Diversity in Los Angeles and Southern California,” in Richard Flory and Diane Winston (eds.) Southern California Religion Routledge. 2021.
“Complicating Whiteness: Jews of Color in the American West” in. Ellen Eisenberg (ed.) Jews as Whites, Jews as Others: Relational Identities in the American West. Waltham MA. Brandeis University Press. 2022.
“When Transnational is Local: Jewish Ethnoburbs.” Contemporary Jewry April 2022.