CREATING A COMMUNITY FOR JEWISH LITERATURE
"Make your bookshelves
-Judah Ibn Tibbon-
SAMI ROHR PRIZE FOR JEWISH LITERATURE
INAUGURATED IN 2007 BY THE ROHR FAMILY
The Sami Rohr Prize for Jewish Literature honors the legacy of Sami Rohr z”l, who enjoyed a lifelong love of Jewish learning and great books.
As the premier award of its kind, the annual prize recognizes the unique role of contemporary writers in the examination and transmission of the Jewish experience. The $100,000 prize is presented to an emerging writer who demonstrates the potential for continued contribution to the world of Jewish literature.
Finalists and winners of monetary prizes become Fellows in the Sami Rohr Jewish Literary Institute. Past winners have acknowledged the impact of the Prize on their careers and professional pursuits.
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Is the Jewish ‘Golden Age Over?” Debated Bret Stephenson on the issue of the Jewish future
Out on March 29
In conversation with Doniel Hartman and Elana Stein Hain The role of truth in Israeli politics
Unmasking Antisemitism panel discussion marking International Holocaust Remembrance Day
American University's Jewish Studies Program's 'Acts of Remembrance: Shaping Holocaust Memory in the 21st Century'
In conversation with Rabbi Peter Rubinstein with Letty Cottin Pogrebin and Molly Shapiro "L'dor V'dor"
Republishing of "HomeComings" in Moment on the 50th anniversary of the Munich Massacre
LISA MOSES LEFF AND SARAH ABREVAYA STEIN Looting, Loss and Recovery: Virtual Symposium The Jewish Museum's YouTube Channel
Israel book launch for the Hebrew translation of America's Jewish Women:
A History from Colonial Times to Today
New book released by
Yale University Press
The Literary Mafia: Jews, Publishing, and Postwar American Literature
Newly appointed 2021-2022 Andrew H. Siegel Professor in American Middle Eastern Foreign Policy at Georgetown's Center for Jewish Civilization
Sean Gasper Bye
Debra Goldberg, Director:
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