Feinstein Center for American Jewish History News

image of Lila Berman and her book cover

Lila Berman wins the 2021 Organization of American Historians’ prestigious Ellis W. Hawley Prize for her book The American Jewish Philanthropic Complex: The History of a Multibillion-Dollar Institution (Princeton University Press, 2020). Congratulations Lila! 

You can read below the official OAH statement:  

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Feb 27, 2020

Welcome to Feinstein

Welcome to the Feinstein Center Blog. Temple University’s Feinstein Center for American Jewish History works to inspire curiosity and interest in American Jewish History. I’m here to talk about the people that learn from Feinstein’s efforts. I’m one of those people. My name is Sigal Felber and I am interning with Feinstein this semester. I am new to Philadelphia, and when I thought about how to make my four month stint here meaningful, I knew that I wanted to intern with an organization that matched my interests.

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photo of Jodi Kantor on stage at mitten hall addressing audience

Jodi Kantor was one of two investigative reporters who broke the Harvey Weinstein story for the New York Times in 2017. In a Mitten Hall talk attended by hundreds of Temple students, Kantor spoke about the legacy of her report and the future of the #MeToo movement.

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A few weeks ago, leaders from across the Jewish professional world in Philadelphia gathered at Temple University’s Feinstein Center for American Jewish History to participate in a workshop about structuring effective and rewarding internships. I led the workshop, which I focused on the value of project-based internships. I also used the session as a way to familiarize those in attendance with Feinstein’s educational objectives. 

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