Simon Bronner Wins the National Jewish Book Award
Simon Bronner has been awarded the National Jewish Book Award for Education and Jewish Identity for his new book Jewish Cultural Studies.
According to the publisher, Wayne State University Press, Jewish Cultural Studies charts the contours and boundaries of Jewish cultural studies and the issues of Jewish culture that make it so intriguing—and necessary—not only for Jews but also for students of identity, ethnicity, and diversity generally.
Inaugurated in 1950, the National Jewish Book Awards is the longest-running North American awards program of its kind and is recognized as the most prestigious. The Awards are intended to recognize authors, and encourage reading, of outstanding English-language books of Jewish interest.
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