Members of the Haredi Research Group are actively conducting new research, sharing their work with wider audiences, and receiving awards and accolades for their publications.
A Fortress in Brooklyn by Nathaniel Deutsch (and Michael Casper) and American Shtetl by David Myers (and Nomi Stolzenberg) are mentioned in an article in The Mosaic
Mark Trencher and Samuel Heilman create and distribute a survey about anti-Semitism, translated into Yiddish for Hasidic audiences, for their forthcoming study and book, Following Similar Paths: American Observant Jews and Muslims (co-authored with Mucahit Bilici)
The Sami Rohr Prize for Jewish Literature announces that Hidden Heretics by Ayala Fader is a finalist for its 2022 prize in nonfiction literature
In the annual Rabin-Shvidler postdoctoral lecture, Sam Shuman connects their ethnographic work with a Hasidic diamond broker to ancient rabbinic texts and current anthropological theory
On the podcast Talking Tachlis, Shayna Weiss explains how Israeli, Charedi, and Mizrahi identities come into play in the Netflix TV show “The Tinder Swindler”