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David Hazony

Award-Winning Editor, Translator, Author

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New Release

Jewish Priorities

Imagine having the whole Jewish people over for dinner. In this magesterial collection, more than 60 writers from across the Jewish world each lays out a vision for our collective future. Publishers Weekly called it "a mind-expanding look at how Judaism can survive and thrive in the 21st century."

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Guilt is sharper than just a sense of obligation.
Guilt has tension, electricity, even pain.
When all else fails, guilt keeps me in the game.

David Suissa,
The Case for Jewish Guilt

From the Essays

Nations are like people: If you don't stand up for yourself, you have no spine; but if you don't stand up for others, you have no soul.

Natan Sharansky & Gil Troy,
The Right Way to Commemorate the Holocaust

The Jewish people so often neglect the importance
of beauty, not only in and of itself, but as a means to change the world.

Lizzy Savetsky, Thou Shalt Be Beautiful

Upcoming Appearances

Bold, provocative multi-author events, intimate gatherings, and more


February 7, 2024, Menachem Begin Heritage Center,
with Einat Wilf, Yossi Klein Halevi, Izabella Tabarovsky, and Hillel Neuer

February 27, 2024, Michael-Ann Russell Jewish Community Center, North Miami Beach, Florida

February 28, 2024, Manhattan Beach Jewish Center, Brooklyn, New York

with Ruth Wisse, David L. Bernstein, and others

April 15, 2024, JW3 Jewish Community Centre

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About David Hazony

David Hazony is an award-winning editor, translator, and author, and a Senior Fellow at the Z3 Project. His newest work, Jewish Priorities: Sixty-Five Proposals for the Future of Our People (Wicked Son, 2023), brings together a remarkable array of new essays from across the Jewish world. 

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