Congratulations to Wasserman Prize Winner Dr. Ronnie Grinberg.

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Dr. Grinberg was awarded the prestigious Wasserman Prize of the American Jewish Historical Society, which recognizes the outstanding article published in American Jewish History, the premier journal in the field. Professor Grinberg's article "Neither 'Sissy' Boy Nor Patrician Man: New York Intellectuals and the Construction of American Jewish Masculinity" appeared in Volume 93, number 3 of American Jewish History.

Professor Grinberg is a Lecturer in the Schusterman/Josey Program in Judaic and Israel Studies and the Department of History at the University of Oklahoma. She received a B.A. from Barnard College (2001), Columbia University and her Ph.D. from Northwestern University (2010). She was previously a Chancellor's Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Colorado Boulder (2011-2012). She works in the field of American Jewish history. Her area of specialization is women's and gender history, intellectual history, and social movements. She is currently completing a book manuscript about the New York intellectuals, a prominent group of...

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