God, Torah, and Israel: An Exchange
YIVO/Yeshiva University Museum's recent exhibit of pre-war home videos provides an extraordinary view into the lives of ordinary people.
The next big thing in prayer.
Roth's new novel takes surprising turns on familiar territory.
Sari Nusseibeh's recent book is a new formulation of an old proposal.
The "Other" Jewish tradition.
Was Simon Wiesenthal an intrepid hunter of mass murderers? Or was he in fact more of a charlatan than a hero? Tom Segev's new biography of the most successful—and controversial—Nazi-hunter raises more questions than it cares to answer.
The author of The Dybbuk lives on in a new biography.
Treasure and tragedy in the letters of Stefan and Lotte Zweig, one of the most famous literary couples of the early 20th century.
On tradition as a first language.