Winners of the Quadrennial Award for Best Article Published in SJH
The following are the recipients of the SJHS Quadrennial Award for the outstanding article published in Southern Jewish History.
2001 (volumes 1–4)
Scott Langston for “Interaction and Identity: Jews and Christians in Nineteenth Century New Orleans” in volume 3.
2005 (volumes 5–8)
Adam Mendelsohn for “Two Far South: Rabbinical Responses to Apartheid and Segregation in South Africa and the American South” in volume 6.
2009 (volumes 9–12)
Cowinners Dianne Ashton for “Quick to the Party: The Americanization of Hanukkah and Southern Jewry,” in volume 12; and Leonard Rogoff for “Harry Golden, New Yorker: I ♥ NC”, in volume 11.
2013 (volumes 13–16)
Leonard Rogoff for “A Tale of Two Cities: Race, Riots, and Religion in New Bern and Wilmington, North Carolina, 1898,” in volume 14.
2017 (volumes 17–20)
Joel William Friedman, "The Legal, Political, and Religious Legacy of an Extended Jewish Family," in volume 18.
2021 (volumes 21–24)
Phyllis K. Leffler, "Insiders or Outsiders: Charlottesville’s Jews, White Supremacy, and Antisemitism," in volume 21.