By Zev Eleff and Ethan Fabes In the spring of 2013, Pew Research Center staff interviewed thousands of American Jews on a variety of issues. Many of the questions repeated the oft-queried variety found in earlier Jewish population studies in the United States. There is … [Read more...] about The Curious Case of Jewish Intellectual Curiosity: What the Data Tells about Making an Impact in American Jewish Life
Pew Survey: Portrait of Jewish Americans
By Steven Windmueller, Ph.D.
On October 1st 2013, the Pew Research Center released its “Portrait of Jewish Americans” study. Now, five years later, what has been the impact of this research on Jewish life in America and how has American Jewry changed since the release of thi … [Read more...] about Pew: Five Years Later:
What We Have Learned &
What Do We Need to Do?
The Amphibious Jew Project of the Kaplan Center for Jewish Peoplehood: A Call for Continued Fresh Thinking about “old” Issues of Jewish Continuity By Rabbi Dr. Jeffrey Schein The great scholars of feminist epistemology of the 1980’s and 1990’s - people like Mary Belenke and … [Read more...] about A Call for Continued Fresh Thinking about “old” Issues of Jewish Continuity
Marking the 2nd anniversary of the release of the 2013 Pew Research Center’s Portrait of Jewish Americans, a highly diverse group of thought leaders from all around the United States has framed a “Statement on Jewish Vitality,” advocating strategic responses to respond to the chal … [Read more...] about Strategic Directions for Jewish Life: A Call to Action
For those who work with Jewish communities in Europe, the Pew Survey led to an inevitable question: How would a European Pew survey look? By Marcelo Dimentstein In 2013, the publication in the US of the Pew Survey, “A Portrait of Jewish Americans,” gave place to numerous and h … [Read more...] about How Would a European Pew Survey Look?