My research sits at the interface between twentieth century European and American transnational history, the history of international humanitarian organizations, and modern Jewish history. I am working on my first monograph, International Jewish Humanitarianism in the Age of the Great War. The book is adapted from my doctoral research, which investigates American Jewish responses to Jewish suffering abroad from 1914-1929. This research in political and social history looks at non-state, quasi-state, and state actors in an international framework, connecting Europe, North America, and the Middle East through a thematic history of humanitarian activity. As a Newton International Fellow of the British Academy, I am also beginning a new project on Jewish women’s internationalism and universalism in the long twentieth century. Together with Abigail Green, I am accordingly planning a workshop in 2018 to rethink Jewish internationalism from a gender perspective.