A joyful poem about the Jerusalem of Argentina, translated by Ilan Stavans.
How did a Jewish Socialist become the revolutionary leader of the People’s State of Bavaria? And did his brief career provoke the rise of Hitler?
It all started with a tweet: “Curious about your whiteness? Come to our meeting.” Edelman was curious.
"What would have happened to us," Picasso wondered, " if Kahnweiler had not had a business sense?"
Haunting verses from the only living male survivor of the Jewish community of Crete.
Bernard Malamud’s 1952 fable has always seemed the most American of Jewish novels and the most Jewish story in American folklore.
From mortal risks to the mundane office politics and antisemitic prejudice, Douglas London’s memoir of working for the CIA reveals the inner workings of America’s most secretive agency.
The Bible’s characters were everywhere in medieval Ashkenaz. Jews remembered them when they prayed, attended births and weddings, when they opened a haggada.
Shaul Magid attempts to show us how much contemporary Jews have inherited from a man most have tried to forget.
Ilana M. Horwitz convincingly argues that religious students are high achievers. But what’s the special sauce that makes it so, and who gets to decide what counts as an achievement?