Ann Neumann has written for Bookforum, Lapham’s Quarterly, New York Law Review, The Nation, Guernica and others. Her monthly column, “The Patient Body,” about issues at the intersection of religion and medicine, appears at The Revealer, a publication of The Center for Religion and Media at New York University, where she is a Visiting Scholar. Her first book, Sitting Vigil: In Search of a Good Death, will be published by Beacon Press in 2015. Follow her on Twitter @otherspoon.
Recent Posts by Ann
Whose ‘India First’?
Baba Ramdev’s incarnation of history in the recent election.
Who’s Amish Now?
Is avoiding the health care mandate worth fastening your clothes with straight pins?
God or Country
A good, religiously tolerant nation is hard to find.
Lust and love in the Mennonite Church.