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Selma and Lewis Weinstein and Norman Podhoretz Prizes in Jewish Studies
Established by Lewis H. Weinstein, A.B. 1927, LL.B. 1930, the Weinstein Prize is given to the Harvard College student(s) who submit the best undergraduate essay(s) in Jewish studies.
The Podhoretz Prize "is given to the Harvard University student who submits the best essay, feature article, or short story on a Jewish theme. A tribute to Norman Podhoretz, editor of Commentary magazine from 1960 to 1995, the prize is sponsored by the Ernest H. Weiner Fund at the American Jewish Committee."
Note: you may use this form to apply for both the above prizes. If you would only like to apply for one, only fill in information relevant to that prize.