Topics in Jewish Leadership
Eli Cohn-Postell, MA/MA'15, challenges Jewish leadership to work towards creating inviting, supportive spaces for all Jews.
Jonathan D. Sarna's address to graduating students, May 2018.
Jessica Rothbart, MA/MBA’10, considers the benefits of implementing the theory of Radical Candor in the workplace, and its potential for shifting agency culture towards better communication through improved relationships as well as yielding greater productivity.
Rachel Fish considers Israel education and the Kraft Seminar in Israel, which Hornstein students attend twice during their nearly two years in the program.
BA/MA student Gabi Hersch recalls the Kraft Seminar in Israel.
Keynote address by Rabbi Jonah Pesner to the graduating Class of 2017.
Ellen Smith's address to graduating students, May 2016.
Jonathan D. Sarna's address to graduating students, May 2016.
Summary of online panel discussion with Professor Len Saxe and Hornstein alumni.
A review of the panel discussion event of the same name at Brandeis University on November 17, 2015.
Chapter by Jonathan D. Sarna in "The Individual In History: Essays In Honor of Jehuda Reinharz," eds. ChaeRan Y. Freeze, Sylvia Fuks Fried, Eugene R. Sheppard; Tauber Institute, Brandeis University; September 2015.
Perspectives on the role of shaliach/shlichah (emissary) in supporting the concept of Jewish peoplehood by Dr. Zohar Raviv MA’00.