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Academic articles, book chapters, book reviews, blogs, and opinion pieces


Jensen, M. A. 2022. Gendering Experiences of Anti-Semitism: A Quantitative Analysis of Discrimination in Europe, European Journal of Jewish Studies, 16(2), 327-354. doi:


Jensen, M. A. 2019. "Why are Women more Religious than Men?" Inquires Journal 11(10).


Jensen, M. A. 2019. “Controlling our own dying: a human right or a privilege?”. Elphinstone Review (5): 158-174. 

Jensen, M. A. 2019. "Gender-Based Violence in Refugee Camps: Understanding and Addressing the Role of Gender in the Experiences of Refugees" Inquiries Journal 11(2).


Jensen, M. A. 2018. "Race as a Dangerous Myth." The International Academic 3 (Global Tensions): 18-23.



Jensen, M. A. 2023. We Who Wore the Pink Triangle: Persecution During the Holocaust (1933-45), in The LGBTQ+ History Book (pp. 156–161). DK Books.


Jensen, M.A. 2023 Queering learning and leadership in higher education. Higher Education. Pp. 1-8.

Jensen, M. A. 2023. "Teaching Sexuality and Religion in Higher Education: Embodied Learning, Trauma Sensitive Pedagogy, and Perspective Transformation." Religious Education, ahead-of-print(ahead-of-print), pp. 1–2. Doi:

Jensen, M. A. 2022. “Challenge and Conformity: The Religious Lives of Orthodox Jewish Women, by Lindsey Taylor-Guthartz”, Religion and Gender 12(2), 237-240. doi:


Jensen, M.A. 2022. “Review of Studying Lived Religion by Nancy Ammerman, 2021 and What Happens When We Practice Religion: Textures of Devotion in Everyday Life by Robert Wuthnow”. Review of Religious Research 64, 563–567.​

Jensen, M. A. 2022. “Review of Nancy Tatom Ammerman, Studying Lived Religion: Contexts and Practices(New York: New York University Press). Pp. 255. £23.00. ISBN 1479804347.” Religious Studies, 2022, 1–3. doi:10.1017/S0034412522000270.


Jensen, M. A. 2023. “Discussions about antisemitism need to include gender and sexuality”. January 9. The Conversation.

Jensen, M. A. 2022. “First, we Eat a Bagel, then, we Smash the Patriarchy: Queer Jewish Women in Late Twentieth Century Britain”. June 28. Women’s History Network.

Jensen, M. A. 2021. “In God’s Image: LGBTQ+ Jews in England”. March 24. UCL Europe Blog.

Jensen, M. A. 2021. “LGBTQ+ History Month: gay victims and survivors of the Holocaust are often forgotten – we need to tell their stories”. February 24. The Conversation.​

Jensen, M. A. 2021. “We shouldn’t ask if you can be religious and LGBTQ. We should ask how you can be religious and LGBTQ”. February 15. University of Aberdeen.

Jensen, M. A. and R. Thompson. 2021. “‘Light in the Tunnel’: Witnessing to the Holocaust and Nazi Persecution as Intertwined Light and Darkness. February 2. The British Association for Holocaust Studies.

Jensen, M. A. 2021. “Blog: LGBTQ+ History Month: Queering Religious Spaces”. January 29. UCL.

Jensen, M. A. 2019. “It doesn’t matter who you love, as long as you keep it to yourself” – the paradox of Pride month. August 12. Diva Magazine.

Jensen, M. A. 2018. Secondary school curriculums remain sorely lacking in diversity. June 28. OpenDemocracy.

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