Ronnie Grinberg is an Assistant Professor of History with research and teaching interests in America since 1930, American Jewish history, women’s and gender history, intellectual history, and social movements. She is currently completing a book manuscript about the New York intellectuals, a prominent group of mostly male Jewish writers and critics at mid-century, examining them through the lens of gender and ethnicity. The book is under contract with Princeton University Press. An article from that larger project, entitled "Neither 'Sissy' Boy Nor Patrician Man: New York Intellectuals and the Construction of American Jewish Masculinity" won the 2014 Wasserman Prize for Outstanding article in American Jewish History.
Professor Grinberg regularly teaches classes on Jewish American history, women’s and gender history, and topics related to America since 1945. She received her Ph.D. in American History from Northwestern University and Bachelor of Arts degree from Barnard College, Columbia University.