Campus Studies

Concerns over antisemitism, anti-Israel hostility, racial and ethnic discrimination, and free expression on college campuses have recently been at the forefront of national debate. The Steinhardt Social Research Institute’s campus studies series explores these critical issues with representative samples of Jewish and non-Jewish students.

The Campus Study Project: Methodological Information

Politics on the Quad report coverPolitics on the Quad: Students Report on Division and Disagreement at Five US Universities
Graham Wright, Shahar Hecht, Michelle Shain, Leonard Saxe, Stephanie Howland (November 2019)

Brandeis 2018Race, Community, and Belonging: Revisiting Student Concerns at Brandeis University
Graham Wright, Michelle Shain, Shahar Hecht, Leonard Saxe (February 2019)


Limits of Hostility cover

The Limits of Hostility: Students Report on Antisemitism and Anti-Israel Sentiment at Four US Universities
Graham Wright, Michelle Shain, Shahar Hecht, Leonard Saxe (December 2017)

Hotspots coverHotspots of Antisemitism and Anti-Israel Sentiment on US Campuses
Leonard Saxe, Graham Wright, Shahar Hecht, Michelle Shain, Theodore Sasson, Fern Chertok (October 2016)

Univ of Pennsylvania coverDiversity, Pressure, and Divisions on the University of Pennsylvania Campus
Michelle Shain, Fern Chertok, Graham Wright, Shahar Hecht, Annette Koren, Richard J. Gelles (University of Pennsylvania), Leonard Saxe (October 2016)

Brandeis coverAll Together Separate: Race, Ethnicity, and Religion on the Brandeis Campus
Leonard Saxe, Fern Chertok, Graham Wright, Michelle Shain, Shahar Hecht, Annette Koren, Theodore Sasson (May 2016)

Antisemitism coverAntisemitism on the College Campus: Perceptions and Realities
Leonard Saxe, Theodore Sasson, Graham Wright, Shahar Hecht (July 2015)

Contemporary JewryHow Hard is it to be a Jew on College Campuses? 
Contemporary Jewry 28(1), 1-20.
Charles Kadushin and Elizabeth Tighe (2008)