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    Karla Goldman Examines the Culture of Silence in Reform Judaism

    Professor Karla Goldman’s op-ed in Lilth asks what can be expected from Reform Judaism in the wake of reports of sexual discrimination released by the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion (HUC) in Cincinnati. Goldman shares her own personal history as the first tenure-track woman faculty member on the HUC’s Cincinnati campus, and describes her lawsuit against HUC for wrongful dismissal based on gender bias. 

    “As a historian of women in Reform Judaism, I have studied Reform’s very real commitment to women’s advancement within Judaism together with its century-long pattern of combining strong rhetoric on female equality with a reality of subordination and exclusion,” writes Goldman. “I knew this culture and its silencing all too well.”

    https://lilith.org/articles/after-the-fall-retelling-the-story-of-reform-judaism/

    • June 17, 2022
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    Karla Goldman's Reflects on Hurricane Katrina and Draws Connections to the Pandemic

    Karla Goldman's article "Fifteen Years after Katrina: Lessons for August 2020" reflects on Hurricane Katrina and draws connections to the pandemic. Writes Goldman, "A crisis offers the opportunity to draw upon established strengths and reach forward for new possibilities implicit in working across differences, even as we hold fast to the essential connections and stories that define who we are."

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    Reform Judaism is a Wounded Giant

    Professor Karla Goldman’s article in Forward discusses how the economic disruptions of the coronavirus add to the woes that have been threatening the viability of the historic institutions and programs that support Reform Judaism.

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    Karla Goldman Discusses Temple Sisterhood with Forward

    Sol Drachler Professor of Social Work Karla Goldman discusses with Forward how sisterhoods have been a “launching pad for women’s public identities both inside Judaism and in the wider society.”

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    Karla Goldman is a Panelist at the Antisemitism Today Roundtable

    What is Antisemitism, and how is it manifesting itself today? Is it on the rise globally? How does it differ in different parts of the world? A panel of U-M faculty including  Karla Goldman, Sol Drachler Professor of Social Work will discuss the issues surrounding antisemitism in our world.

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    Karla Goldman is Featured Panelist at "Immigrants and Newcomers: Historic Limits to Diversity at U-M"

    Professor Karla Goldman was a featured panelist at the LSA Bicentennial Theme Semester event, "Immigrants and Newcomers: Historic Limits to Diversity at U-M" which is part of "A Long History of Unauthorized Immigration" symposium. 

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    Karla Goldman Cited in Michigan Today on Hillel and Published on LearnSpeakAct Blog

    Professor Karla Goldman was cited in the Michigan Today article, “Hillel at 90.” She also contributed her piece, “Looking a Little More Deeply into C.C. Little” to the LearnSpeakAct blog.

    • September 26, 2017
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    Avery Drongowski (MSW'17) Published in eJewish Philanthropy

    Avery Drongowski (MSW'17) wrote a piece for eJewish Philanthropy about her experiences with the Jewish Communal Leadership Program at the U-M SSW.

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