Our Spring Issue Cover

Our Spring Issue

Our great new issue, with pieces by Dara Horn, David Biale, Leah Sarna, and 13 other wonderful writers is in the mail and you can read it online now! We’ve got brilliant reviews of new fiction, non-fiction, Israeli TV, a debate between leading legal scholars over the new church-state case pending before the Supreme Court, original essays, and much, much more.

With articles by

  • Allan Arkush
  • Benjamin Balint
  • David Biale
  • Noah Feldman
  • Matti Friedman
  • Simcha Gross
  • Michael A. Helfand
  • Dara Horn
  • Motti Inbari
  • Adam Kirsch
  • Sarah Rindner
  • Lawrence Rosen
  • Leah Sarna
  • Marc B. Shapiro
  • Sarah Abrevaya Stein & Aomar Boum

Read It Now

Welcome to Rehavia

Welcome to Rehavia

Sarah Rindner

Shababnikim, the hilarious Israeli sitcom that follows four ne’er-do-well yeshiva students, is back–and it has something serious to say too.

Memories of Morocco

Memories of Morocco

Lawrence Rosen

In the 1940s Moroccan Jews were still sacrificing a bull on the Sultan’s doorstep. There was a deep cultural symbiosis of Jews and Muslims in North Africa.

Graven Images

Graven Images

Benjamin Balint

“How do you like my drawing?” Franz Kafka wrote his fiancée Felice Bauer. He took art seriously, and now, finally, we can answer the question ourselves.

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