A round-up of three new and notable articles in Jewish studies.
A Polish Jewish press forges ahead under the draconian law forbidding public discussion of Polish complicity in the Holocaust.
A new graphic novel of the Barcelona Disputation brings a famous medieval debate to life.
So many books, so little time. A quick look at Jewish books being published this month.
A conversation on reading the Torah theologically, the future of American Judaism, and Jewish–Christian relations.
Best known for his weekly political column, Charles Krauthammer was also champion of Jewish music.
Are they for the Jewish state or against? A new book from Israel distills recent scholarship on the haredim.
The iconic director of the most critically acclaimed movie about the Holocaust, Shoah, died last week.
Hailed by some as the next Darwin, immortalized as a character in a Dan Brown novel, Jeremy England discusses religion and science, his background, and his intellectual influences.
The final installment in an exchange between Elli Fischer and Joshua Holo about Michael Chabon's controversial commencement address at Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion.