From the Director
Birthright Israel’s 20th anniversary of its first educational trips provided an opportunity to take stock of the program’s impact on American Jewry.
2019 Greater Cincinnati Jewish Community Study
The study estimates that there are 18,900 Jewish households in Greater Cincinnati, with 32,100 Jewish individuals and a total of approximately 48,200 adults and children.
2018-19 Greater Denver Jewish Community Study
The study estimates that there are
51,100 Jewish households in Greater Denver, with
90,800 Jewish individuals and a total of approximately 134,900 adults and children.
Spotlight on Iowa
What is the gender and racial breakdown of the Jewish community in Iowa? What do we know about the community's political affiliations and how they compare to those of Jewish adults from other areas?
Explore the American Jewish Population Project
In Case You Missed It
Birthright's Measurable Impact: More American Jews
, Leonard Saxe, Times of Israel, February 2, 2020
A Look Into Jewish Young Adults in the US - New Demographic Research from Brandeis and Moishe House
, ejewishphilanthropy, January 28, 2020
Cohen Center for Modern Jewish Studies
Mailstop 014, Brandeis University
Waltham, MA 02454-9110
The Cohen Center for Modern Jewish Studies at Brandeis University is a multi-disciplinary research center dedicated to bringing the concepts, theories, and techniques of social science to bear on the study of contemporary Jewish life.
The Steinhardt Social Research Institute (SSRI), hosted at CMJS, uses innovative research methods to collect and analyze socio-demographic data on the Jewish community.