We are pleased to announce that The Jewish Origins of Cultural Pluralism by Daniel Greene was recently named winner of the American Jewish Historical Society's (AJHS) Saul Viener Book Prize! This $1,000 award is presented biannually to books that focus on the history of the Jews in America.
Of their selection, the AJHS said, "Greene's book was deeply researched and engagingly written, and it told a story that will transform the way scholars think about cultural pluralism. ...Greene provides critical insights for contemporary scholars about the possibilities and challenges of creating a lasting Jewish cultural renaissance in the U.S.."
To read more about the award, visit the AJHS website.