Inquisitive Minds Want to Know: A Mixed Bag of Questions for Ira Wagler – Part II

By Sabrina Völz

If you missed the pre­vi­ous blog, then click here. Last week, we left off with Ira Wagler talk­ing about the dif­fi­cul­ty of writ­ing Grow­ing Up Amish. In the fol­low­ing video, he con­tin­ues in the same vein with the tricky top­ics of guilt, recep­tion of his book, and the chal­lenge of find­ing the right title, just to name a few. With­out fur­ther ado, the Amer­i­can Stud­ies Blog now brings you Part II.

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Still have ques­tions? Then why not get a copy of Ira Wagler’s book, explore the lead­ing web­site on Amish stud­ies, or join the Amish schol­ars, pro­fes­sion­als, and edu­ca­tors at the inter­na­tion­al con­fer­ence, “Con­ti­nu­ity and Change: 50 Years of Amish Soci­ety” host­ed by the Young Cen­ter for Anabap­tist and Pietist Stud­ies at Eliz­a­beth­town Col­lege in Penn­syl­va­nia from June 9–11, 2016?

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