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.
Isaac Casaubon, the Hellenist who loved Hebrew.
A celebrated Jewsh novelist steps into the religion-science debate.
What has happened to the Religious Zionist rabbinate?
A memoir of faith, literature, and chickens.
How did Abraham Jaffee, raised in the shtetl of Zarasai, became one of MAD magazine's most prolific and recognizable cartoonists?