Making Sense of the Plan

Get clarity on the US “Peace to Prosperity” plan and walk away with tools to help teach about it.

On-Demand Recording

In this webinar from the Jewish Education Project, Dr. Sara Hirschhorn of Northwestern University, an expert on Diaspora-Israel relations, the Arab-Israeli conflict, and Israeli ultra-nationalist movement, and our own Dr. Noam Weissman, Senior VP at OpenDor Media (formerly Jerusalem U) unpack the US “Peace to Prosperity” plan by:

  • Exploring the ins and outs of the US proposed peace plan
  • Exploring the practical implications in Jewish educational settings

Dr. Sara Hirschhorn

Northwestern University

Dr. Sara Yael Hirschhorn teaches Israel Studies at Northwestern University and is a frequent public speaker, writer, media commentator, and foreign policy consultant on Israel/Jewish Affairs. Her expertise focuses on Diaspora-Israel relations, the Arab-Israeli conflict, and the Israeli ultra-nationalist movement. Her first book, City on a Hilltop (Harvard, 2017) was the winner of the 2018 Sami Rohr Prize in Jewish Literature Choice Award. Dr. Hirschhorn also taught at the University of Oxford (2013-2018) and was a postdoctoral fellow in Israel Studies at Brandeis University (2012-2013).

Dr. Noam Weissman

Senior Vice President of Education, OpenDor Media

Dr. Noam Weissman is the Senior Vice President of Education at OpenDor Media. He leads the education vision and implementation at Jerusalem U with a special focus on the development of meaningful content and resources for students and educators. He holds a doctorate in educational psychology from USC with a focus on curriculum design.

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