Jewish Review of Books 2nd Annual Conference

Sunday, November 6, 2016
Yeshiva University Museum at the Center for Jewish History
15 West 16th Street, New York City

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Eliot Cohen
Eliot CohenJohns Hopkins
University
Moshe Halbertal
Moshe HalbertalNYU Law School and
Hebrew University
Bret Stephens
Bret StephensWall Street Journal
Pulitzer Prize recipient
Leon Wieseltier
Leon WieseltierThe Brookings
Institution
Ruth R. Wisse
Ruth R. WisseHarvard University
and The Tikvah Fund
Abraham Socher
Abraham SocherEditor
Jewish Review of Books
Meir Soloveichik
Meir SoloveichikCongregation Shearith Israel and
Yeshiva University
Shai Held
Shai HeldRosh Yeshiva
Mechon Hadar
Dara Horn
Dara HornDistinguished novelist
Joseph H. H. Weiler
Joseph H. H. WeilerNYU Law School and European University Institute
Eliot Cohen
Eliot CohenJohns Hopkins
University
Moshe Halbertal
Moshe HalbertalNYU Law School and
Hebrew University
Bret Stephens
Bret StephensWall Street Journal
Pulitzer Prize recipient
Leon Wieseltier
Leon WieseltierThe Brookings
Institution
Ruth R. Wisse
Ruth R. WisseHarvard University
and The Tikvah Fund
Abraham Socher
Abraham SocherEditor
Jewish Review of Books
Meir Soloveichik
Meir SoloveichikCongregation Shearith Israel and
Yeshiva University
Shai Held
Shai HeldRosh Yeshiva
Mechon Hadar
Dara Horn
Dara HornDistinguished novelist
Joseph H. H. Weiler
Joseph H. H. WeilerNYU Law School and European University Institute

The Jewish Review of Books invites you to our 2nd annual conference on Sunday, November 6 to discuss the important issues of the day, as well as the enduring themes of Jewish life and thought with scholars, leaders, and intellectuals who will give us a great deal to examine. We hope you can join us for a fascinating program.

Register now! Tickets are $300 for JRB subscribers, $360 for non-subscribers. Seating is limited.

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Conference Agenda

  • Bret Stephens

    America, Israel, and Geopolitics 

  • Dara Horn and Ruth R. Wisse

    Should Jewish Literature Be Depressing?

  • Shai Held and Meir Soloveichik

    Does God Love the Jews? 

  • Joseph H.H. Weiler and Moshe Halbertal

    Europe and Israel

  • Eliot Cohen

    David Ben-Gurion in War and Peace

  • Leon Wieseltier

    The Soul of American Jewry

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JRB can become the center for Jewish intellectualism in the best way. The combination of depth of speakers with the quality of the audience was incredible. I was so appreciative. It was clear that the program would have a ripple effect and live beyond the event itself.
2015 Conference Attendee

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