I wrote the following tossups:
Madison, Gettysburg, Clay, T. Roosevelt, Hitler, Prussia, The Pope, Byzantine Empire, Mao, Afghanistan, Joseph Smith, Monotheism, Chanukah, King David, Osiris, Thor
and the following bonuses:
Louis XVI/Charles I/Cromwell
As far as Judaism bonuses, I'll stand by Dayenu as a good hard part, as it doesn't come up very often but definitely rewards real knowledge, as anyone who has been to a seder will remember it. Khasids and payot may be too hard, khasids are mine, payot Jonah's. My original third part for that bonus was going to be the Pale of Settlement (though that might also be too hard), to reward interdisciplinary knowledge of something historically important, as opposed to just deep religious knowledge. In a similar vein, my original version of the Chanukah tossup had more history clues than the version that was played. I suppose it's a question of quizbowl philosophy whether one favors clues that stick to one category or more interdisciplinary ones. I feel like including less clues of pure ritual and liturgy make religion questions more accessible, especially at a novice tournament.
University of Chicago, 2016
Carbondale Community High School, 2012
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