Adam Reinherz returns from prestigious Shalom Hartman program
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Adam Reinherz returns from prestigious Shalom Hartman program

"I’m excited to share their teachings in my reporting, and look forward to continuing the millennia-old tradition of recording and reshaping Jewish life," Reinherz said.

Chronicle Staff Writer Adam Reinherz inside the Beit Midrash at the Shalom Hartman Institute in Jerusalem (Photo courtesy of Adam Reinherz)
Chronicle Staff Writer Adam Reinherz inside the Beit Midrash at the Shalom Hartman Institute in Jerusalem (Photo courtesy of Adam Reinherz)

Chronicle Staff Writer Adam Reinherz was one of 13 Jewish journalists chosen to participate in the inaugural cohort of the Shalom Hartman Institute’s Seminar & Writers Workshop for Journalists. Reinherz was the only participant to come from a local Jewish news outlet.

The program, which spanned the 2021-2022 academic year, combined intensive study of the nature, challenges and possibilities of the Israel–Diaspora relationship with a two-week summer residency at the Shalom Hartman Institute in Jerusalem.

Reinherz returned to Pittsburgh this week from Israel and said he was eager to convey the lessons learned.

Chronicle Staff Writer Adam Reinherz and Yossi Klein Halevi, senior fellow at the Shalom Hartman Institute in Jerusalem (Photo courtesy of Adam Reinherz)
“Joining the Shalom Hartman Institute was a privilege I’m beyond thankful for,” Reinherz said. “This opportunity introduced me to the talented and dedicated individuals who care deeply about the future of Jewish peoplehood. I’m excited to share their teachings in my reporting, and look forward to continuing the millennia-old tradition of recording and reshaping Jewish life.”

Throughout the seminar, Reinherz and fellow participants received mentorship from the Institute’s research center and staff. Access to a wide variety of professional development resources, scholars, and time and space to write were also provided. The Hartman Seminar & Writers Workshop for Journalists was supported by an anonymous donor. PJC

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