Judith Rosenbaum

Judith Rosenbaum (’90) is an educator, historian, and writer. She is Executive Director of the Jewish Women’s Archive, where she also served as Director of Public History for many years. A scholar of Jewish studies and women’s studies and recipient of a Fulbright Fellowship, Judith holds a BA in History from Yale University and a PhD in American Studies from Brown University. She has taught at Brown, Boston University, Hebrew College, the Center for Adult Jewish Learning, and Gann Academy, and served as a Bronfman faculty member in 2013. Judith has published articles in academic and popular journals and anthologies, and is currently co-editing an anthology that explores contemporary redefinitions of the “Jewish mother.”