3 responses to An Amish America Q-and-A with Professor Karen Johnson-Weiner
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    Bill
    Comment on An Amish America Q-and-A with Professor Karen Johnson-Weiner (January 23rd, 2009 at 16:48)

    This book will definitely make for an interesting read. Aside from the obvious visible variations in the communities I am familiar with I have often wondered how much the ordnung of the communities differ.

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    Comment on An Amish America Q-and-A with Professor Karen Johnson-Weiner (January 25th, 2009 at 17:54)

    I am not particularly surprised by the diversity in Amish groups, but it is surprising to learn that “one Amish group may know little about the others and be surprised at their practices.”

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    Erik Wesner
    Comment on An Amish America Q-and-A with Professor Karen Johnson-Weiner (January 25th, 2009 at 14:48)

    I am looking forward to it too, Bill. Though I’m sure it’s no small task. New York is quite diverse in its Amish settlements and diversity among the Amish is one of Professor Johnson-Weiner’s specialties, so I am sure it will be an interesting read.

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