Towards a Reconsideration of Consensus History: American Jews and the Limits of Dissent in the 1950s
Kate Rosenblatt is a historian of modern American Judaism, American religion, and politics. Her current research examines American civil religion in the post-World War II period, and the ways that it framed the definition and contours of Jewish identity in the United States.
Rosenblatt received her PhD in history from the University of Michigan with a dissertation titled “Cooperative Battlegrounds: Farmers, Workers, and the Search for Economic Alternatives.” Beginning in the fall of 2021, she will be the Jay and Leslie Cohen Assistant Professor of Religion and Jewish Studies at Emory University.
- Cooperative Battlegrounds: Capitalist Alternatives to the Private Corporation (Columbia University Press, forthcoming)