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Membership Benefits

We hope you will consider joining the JRB Society and support JRB at the following level, which includes the benefits listed below. All donations are completely tax-deductible. 

Friend: $2,000

  • Two (2) tickets to the annual conference
  • Participation at lectures and book events in New York City during the course of the year with JRB authors and Tikvah scholars
  • Invitation to audit one (1) Tikvah seminar in New York City during the course of the year

Editors’ Circle: $5,000

  • Four (4) tickets to the annual conference
  • Participation at lectures and book events in New York City during the course of the year with JRB authors and Tikvah scholars
  • Invitation to audit two (2) Tikvah seminars in New York City during the course of the year

Publication Committee: $10,000

  • Four (4) tickets to the annual conference
  • Participation at lectures and book events in New York during the course of the year with JRB authors and Tikvah scholars
  • Invitation to audit unlimited Tikvah seminars in New York City during the course of the year
  • Special recognition in each issue of the magazine during the course of the year
  • Private lunch or meeting with a JRB author or Tikvah scholar

Jewish Review of Books is an important magazine at a critical time. We rely on the support of people like you to continue to thrive. All donations are completely tax-deductible. Join today!

Upcoming Events

As a donor, you will receive exclusive benefits, such as complimentary tickets to our annual conference and interim exclusive gatherings. These benefits will allow you to discuss the issues of the day with some of the most extraordinary public intellectuals.

3rd Annual Jewish Review of Books Conference—NYC, January 14, 2018

Location: Museum of Jewish Heritage, 36 Battery Place, New York City

Past Events

Our events feature fascinating topics and speakers that are matched by the caliber of our members’ thoughtful questions. Two examples of speakers from past seminars can be found below.

The Story of Hebrew and the Story of Judaism—NYC, June 2017

Watch Dartmouth College professor, Lewis Glinert, discuss his new book The Story of Hebrew in a wide-ranging discussion highlighting the many forms of Hebrew's survival and the birth of Zionism.

2nd Annual Jewish Review of Books Conference—NYC, November 2016

JRB Society Event—NYC, July 2016

Watch Brandeis University professor and author Jonathan D. Sarna’s seminar on Lincoln and the Jews.

Jewish Review of Books is an important magazine at a critical time. We rely on the support of people like you to continue to thrive. All donations are completely tax-deductible. Join today!

Current Members

We are grateful to our impressive list of generous JRB Society Members. We invite you to join this thriving community of donors. To learn more about the JRB Society, please contact Malka Groden at [email protected] or 646-218-9026.

Chairman's Council
Anonymous • Blavatnik Family Foundation

Publication Committee
Marilyn and Michael Fedak • Ahuva and Martin J. Gross • Susan and Roger Hertog • Roy J. Katzovicz • The Lauder Foundation - Judy and Leonard Lauder • Tina and Steven Price Charitable Foundation • Pamela and George Rohr • Daniel Senor • The Doris and Stanley Tananbaum Foundation • Paul E. Singer

Editors’ Circle
Ann and Kenneth J. Bialkin/Bialkin Family Foundation • Buzzy Geduld • Ben Heller • Paul Isaac • Jacobson Family Foundation • Sandra Earl Mintz • Pam and Scott Schafler • Allen K. Schwartz

Friend
Clifford Asness • Norman Benzaquen • Judy and Howard Berkowitz • Meredith Berkman and Daniel Mintz • Sara Berman • Sarah Biser and Robert Kravitz • Helen R. Martin Block • Roberta and Stanley Bogen • Charles C. Cahn • Lois Chiles and Richard Gilder • Daniel Chill • Janet Doerflinger • Charlene and Pierre Eilian • Karen and David Eisner • Judith Fleischer • Joel L. Fleishman • Michelle Friedman and Benjamin Belfer • Robert L. Friedman • Barbara and Stephen Friedman • Maggi and Matthew Goldstein • Tamar and Eric Goldstein • Edward W. Kerson • George Klein • Deborah M. and Steven C. Kleinman • Carole and Winston Kulok • Ruth and Sid Lapidus • Lisa and Michael Leffell • Carol and Jerry Levin • Cheryl and Glen S. Lewy/Lewy Family Foundation • Nathan Lindenbaum • Ira A. Lipman • Daniel Loeb • Karen J. Moss-Lux and Marshall J. Lux • Laura Nass-Rosen and Phil Rosen • Nancy and Morris W. Offit • The Pechter Foundation • Daniel Reingold/The Hebrew Home at Riverdale • Amy C. Roth • David Schimel • Dr. Larry and Betty Schneck • Daniel Shuchman • Sydney and Stanley Shuman • Seth M. Siegel • Diane and Thomas Smith • Judy and Michael Steinhardt • David P. Stone • Harvey Stone • Sandra Stotsky • Ina and Jim Strauss • Merryl H. and James S. Tisch • Daria and Eric Wallach • Sue Ann Weinberg • David Werber • Laurence Zuriff

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