I am working on my first monograph, International Jewish Humanitarianism in the Age of the Great War. I have also begun projects on gendering Jewish internationalism in the long twentieth century and on Jewish country houses in Europe.
See my published academic articles: “Waging Relief,” “La philanthropie de la communauté juive américaine pendant la Grande Guerre,” and “Les associations juives à la Société des Nations.” I also have a chapter in a new book on the history of Joint Distribution Committee.
I am happy to serve as an expert historian for the press or as a public intellectual elsewhere. See my published pieces: “Why the Pittsburgh Shooter Raged About Immigration” (Washington Post), “A History of Anti-HIAS Hate” (Slate), “Pittsburgh showed the difference between US and UK antisemitism” (Guardian), and “1919” (Jewish Quarterly).