Amanda Borschel-Dan is The Times of Israel’s Deputy Editor. She attended Indiana University in the 1990s and was a work-study student and major in the Jewish Studies program, which at the time was led by Professor Alvin Rosenfeld. Amanda lives near Jerusalem.
Prof. Alvin H. Rosenfeld is the founder and director of the Institute for the Study of Contemporary Antisemitism at Indiana University. On a recent trip to Jerusalem, he was interviewed on a podcast by Amanda Borschel-Dan, an IU alumna who is now deputy editor at The Times of Israel. Among other topics, they discussed how antisemitism is now “a form of entertainment.” Click here to hear the podcast and read the transcript.