Click pdf HERE (253 KB) for Curriculum Vitae.
- "The Centrality of the Polish Language and of Polish History to the History of European Jewry," click here for youtube video
- "The Worlds of Sara Levy," click here for youtube video
- The Life and Work of Lucy S. Dawidowicz, click here for youtube video
- FB Live interview, International Teaching Fellow and Texas A & M Teaching Fellow Discuss Teaching with Testimony, August 3, 2017
- pdf Interview (1.38 MB) with Nancy Sinkoff by Paweł Smoleński, Gazeta Wyborcza, August 24, 2015
- RU-tv interview of Nancy Sinkoff on "Sara Levy's World, Music, Gender and Judaism in Enlightenment Berlin."
- Podcast, Bnai Brith International, May 12, 2020
- Podcast with New Books in History Network on From Left to Right
- Podcast with the National Review on From Left to Right
- Blogpost: "The Creation of Sara Levy"
- pdf Travelogue: "Enlightenment Migrations" (1.48 MB)
- Jewish History, particulary Early Modern Poland and Modern Europe
- Jewish Politics
- Jewish Labor and the Jewish Left
- European Enlightenment
COURSES REGULARLY TAUGHT
- History 01:506:272:01/Jewish Studies 01:563:202:01: The Early Modern and Modern Experience
- History 01:510:385/Jewish Studies 563:385: The History of East European Jewry
- History 506:402:12/Jewish Studies 563:490:01: Politics, Power and Powerlessness in Modern Jewish History
- Jewish Studies/History Seminar: "Community and Crisis: Jewish Communal Life in Transition, 1780-present"
- Special topics: American Jewish History
- Polish Jewish Culture Beyond the Capital: Centering the Periphery, (Rutgers University Press, 2023).
- From Left to Right: Lucy S. Dawidowicz, the New York Intellectuals, and the Politics of Jewish History, (Wayne State University Press, 2020, pb. 2023), winner of the Natan Notable Book award for fall 2020 and the National Jewish Book Award for 2020 in the biography category.
- Sara Levy's World: Gender, Judaism, and the Bach Tradition in Enlightenment Berlin, co-edited with Rebecca Cypess (Eastman Studies in Music Series, University of Rochester Press, 2018). 2019 Book Prize winner, the Jewish Studies and Music Study Group of the American Musicological Society.
- " pdf The Public Life and Political Thought of an American Jewish Radical by Shaul Magid (380 KB) ," AJS Review 47:1 (2023), 231-234.
- “Dubnow’s Other Daughter: Jewish Eastern Europe in Lucy S. Dawidowicz’s The Golden Tradition,” in Making History Jewish: The Dialectics of Jewish History in Eastern Europe and the Middle East, Studies in Honor of Professor Israel Bartal, eds. Paweł Maciejko and Scott Ury (Brill, 2020): 229-252.
- “ pdf “A Melancholy Offering Tendered with Esteem”: Gershom Scholem and Lucy S. Dawidowicz on Nathan Birnbaum, an Unexpected Conversation (1.60 MB) ,” Jewish Quarterly Review, 107.3 (Summer 2017): 409-426.
- “ pdf From the Archives: Lucy S. Dawidowicz and the Restitution of Jewish Cultural Property (2.24 MB) ,” American Jewish History 100:1 (January 2016): 117-147.”
- " pdf Sefer Heshbon ha-Nefesh (199 KB) ," Enzyklopadie juedischer Geschichte und Kultur, vol. 5, ed. Dan Diner, (Stuttgart/Weimar: Metzler, 2015): 412-414.
- " pdf Sisters and Strangers: Hannah Arendt and Lucy S. Dawidowicz (1.33 MB) ," Heritage (Winter 2014): 22-23.
- " pdf What’s A Friend to Do? (313 KB) ," Lilith Magazine, The Lilith Blog, February 11, 2013.
- "From Left to Right: Lucy S. Dawidowicz's Political Life," Frankel Institute Annual (2012): 15-17.
- "Fiction's Archive: Authenticity, Ethnography, and Philosemitism in John Hershey's The Wall," Jewish Social Studies: History, Culture, Society n.s. 17, no. 2 (Winter 2011): 48–79.
- "Yidishkayt and the Making of Lucy S. Dawidowicz," Introduction to Lucy S. Dawidowicz, From That Place and Time: A Memoir, 1938-1947 (Rutgers University Press, 2008).
- Out of the Shtetl: Making Jews Modern in the Polish Borderlands, (Brown Judaic Studies 336, September 2004).
- "(What Was Once) The World's Largest Jewish Community", Jewish Quarterly Review, Vol. 97, No. 4 (Fall 2007) 647–659.
- "History and Law: The Case of Joseph Perl in Austrian Galicia, " (Hebrew), The Varieties of Haskalah, Shmuel Feiner and Israel Bartal, editors (Jerusalem: The Magnes Press, 2005): 123-136.
- "The Maskil, the Convert, and the Agunah: Joseph Perl as a Historian of Jewish Divorce Law," AJS Review 27:2 (2003), 281–300.
- "Strategy and Ruse in the Haskalah of Mendel Lefin of Satanów (1749-1826)," New Perspectives on the Haskalah, David Sorkin and Shmuel Feiner, editors. (London and Portland, OR: Littman Library of Jewish Civilization, 2001): 86-102.
- "Triestine Jewry: The Exception that Proves the Habsburg State-Building Rule." Review of Lois Dubin, The Port Jews of Habsburg Trieste: Absolutist Politics and Enlightenment Culture (Stanford, CA, 1999).
- "Benjamin Franklin in Jewish Eastern Europe: Cultural Appropriation in the Age of the Enlightenment ," Journal of the History of Ideas, 61.1 (January, 2000): 133-152.
- American Historical Association
- American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies
- Association for Jewish Studies
- Women's Caucus, Association for Jewish Studies
- Columbia Faculty Seminar, Center for Israel and Jewish Studies