Katz Center Scholars Respond to Pittsburgh
Past Katz Center fellows and affiliates have been reflecting on the anti-Semitic attack in Pittsburgh since it happened on Saturday, October 27. We are collecting their work here; it is testimony to the thoughtful social engagement of our community.
- "Why Calling Anti-Semites 'White Nationalists' Actually Gives Them Cover" by John M. Efron, 2015–16: Beyond Reason (Forward.com)
- "When you #ShowUpForShabbat, please also consider this" by Rebecca A. Kobrin, 2008–09: Commerce & Culture, and 2016–17: Political Thought (CNN.com)
- "11 Killed in Pittsburgh Shooting" featuring Lois Dubin, 2015–16: Beyond Reason (NPR/wbur.org)
- "American Jews always believed the U.S. was exceptional. We were wrong." by Lila Corwin Berman, Advanced Summer School for Graduate Students Teacher & Early Career Workshop Co-Director (WashingtonPost.com)
Please email Communications Coordinator Becky Friedman to share your own or other fellows' writings catalyzed by the Pittsburgh shooting.