Daniel Ross Goodman is a postdoctoral fellow and research scholar at the University of Salzburg. A former contributor to the Books & Arts section of The Weekly Standard and current contributor to the Washington Examiner, he is author of the novel A Single Life (2020) and the book Somewhere Over the Rainbow: Wonder and Religion in American Cinema (2020). His next book, Soloveitchik's Children: Irving Greenberg, David Hartman, Jonathan Sacks, and the Future of Jewish Theology in America, will be published next year by the University of Alabama Press. In 2021-22 he will be a research scholar at the University of Salzburg in Austria.
Goodman holds a Ph.D. from the Jewish Theological Seminary of America and studied English & Comparative Literature at Columbia University.
Articles and Events
The New York Times wants politics to dominate artistic imagination. But politicizing art only destroys it.
The Phantom Tollbooth is much more than a children’s book.
Don’t ban Dr. Seuss. Learn from the rabbis: Interpret him.