How an obscure Chinese fruit became a centerpiece of Sukkot and a symbol of Judaism.
A quick look at Jewish books being published this month.
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.
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.
An interview with Jessica Cohen—winner of the 2017 Man-Booker International prize for her translation of David Grossman’s Horse Walks Into a Bar—on translating Hebrew literature and jokes.
A round-up of three new and notable articles in Jewish studies.
The artwork of Siona Benjamin, who says she belongs everywhere and nowhere, recombines traditional and contemporary elements in surprising ways.
Michael Kimmage's review of Philip Roth's final novel, Nemesis.
An interview with David Stern on the many physical forms of the Jewish Bible, from parchment scroll to electronic tablet.
Bloody bucket brigades and white galoshes: Not everyone celebrates Passover with four cups and four questions. Rachel Scheinerman on Passover in Samaria and Ethiopia.
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