Ben-Zion Gold is an American rabbi who was the Rabbi of the Hillel at Harvard University from 1958 until he became Rabbi Emeritus in 1990. Gold was born in 1923 in Radom, Poland, and is the only member of his family to have survived The Holocaust. Immigrated to United States, 1947. He is a graduate of the Jewish Theological Seminary.
Rabbi Gold’s memoir of his childhood in pre-war Poland was widely admired.
- Tradition and Contemporary Reality (sermons and speeches), Puritan Press (Cambridge, MA), 1990
- The Life of Jews in Poland before the Holocaust: A Memoir by Ben-Zion Gold, University of Nebraska Press (Lincoln, NE), 2007
- Cisza przed burzą. Życie polskich Żydów przed Holokaustem (polish edition), wyd. Austeria, Kraków - Budapeszt, 2011
- Harvard Hillel
- Singer, scholar, rabbi is a man of many parts, By Ken Gewertz, Harvard Gazette , Sept. 28, 2000 
- 60's CHAPLAINS REFLECT ON STUDENTS TODAY, By ARI L. GOLDMAN , New York Times, Published: April 12, 1987 
- A Sad, Searching Soul , Reading Ben-Zion Gold’s achingly sad, uncommonly beautiful memoir of life in prewar Poland , By Allan Nadler, Forward, Apr 10, 2008 
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