American Judaism in the Public Square

American Jews have thrived in America and embraced the American story as fundamentally compatible with Judaism. And yet, this can come at a cost, be it forms of assimilation, isolation, or even the momentary collapse of Jewish texts and ideals with partisan policies and positions.

In this seminar, we explore fundamental questions about the necessity, possibility, and dangers of Jews intervening in the American public square.

Seminar coordinated by Tamara Mann Tweel.