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No. 66: Gen Z (and their Questions) Return to Campus

What has changed in the past year, and how generational shifts are informing conversations about Israel on campus.
Danielle Kranjec, Jessica Lott, Charlie Schwartz
Danielle Kranjec is formerly the Director of Campus Initiatives for Shalom Hartman Institute of North America, where she was a member of Cohort II of the Created Equal Educators Fellowship. Previously Danielle served for 8 years as the Senior Jewish Educator at the Hillel Jewish University Center of Pittsburgh. Danielle holds an MA in Medieval Jewish Studies from the Jewish Theological Seminary, where she also completed her doctoral coursework. A medievalist by training, Kranjec received

Jessica Lott

Charlie Schwartz

Rabbis Jessica Lott (Northwestern Hillel) and Charlie Schwartz (Center for Jewish and Israel Education at Hillel International) join Hartman’s Director of Campus Initiatives Danielle Kranjec to shed light on what has changed in the last, disrupted year of college education. They discuss how generational shifts do and don’t inform conversations about Israel, how geography and demographics impact pluralism, and how big the tent is – or should be – on campus.

Identity/Crisis: The Ideas Behind the News is a podcast of the Shalom Hartman Institute.

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Launched in early 2020, Identity/Crisis is a weekly roundtable podcast that explores the ideas behind the news hosted by Shalom Hartman Institute of North America President Yehuda Kurtzer. Episodes cover a wide range of topics and feature experts and content related to news and current events.

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