Shmuel Rosner serves as a Tel Aviv based think tank fellow, columnist and editor. Rosner is a senior fellow at The Jewish People Policy Institute (JPPI), a contributing opinion writer for The International New York Times, the Senior Political Editor for the Jewish Journal, a columnist for Israel’s Maariv, and the chief non-fiction editor for Israel’s largest Publishing House, Kinneret-Zmora-Dvir.
Rosner has published books both in Israel and in the U.S., including Shtetl Bagel Baseball, on the Wonderful Dreadful State of American Jews (Israel), The Jewish Vote: Obama vs. Romney, A Jewish Voter’s Guide (U.S.) and The Jews: 7 Frequent Questions.
His most recent book, #IsraeliJudaism: Potrait of a Cultural Revolution (2019), co-authored with Camil Fuchs, a statistician at Tel Aviv University, explores a new kind of Judaism emerging in the 21st century in Israel. It introduces Israeli culture to the non-Israeli reader in a fresh way, while shedding light on why Israel and the Diaspora face a great divide.
- You can check out this article which summarizes many of the key findings from Rosner’s latest book here.