Anna Goldenberg


‘The Notebook’ Is the Stuff Nightmares Are Made Of

By Anna Goldenberg

‘The Notebook’ Is the Stuff Nightmares Are Made Of
‘The Notebook,’ a coming-of-age drama set in wartime Hungary and based on the bestseller by Agota Kristof, reminds Anna Goldenberg of childhood nightmares.Read More


Why Tom Rachman Imagines the Child in the Corner

By Anna Goldenberg

Why Tom Rachman Imagines the Child in the Corner
Tom Rachman has long had a weakness for Yiddish humor. The bestselling author also reveals what happens when he feels like Tolstoy — and how it inspired his new novel.Read More


Why Are There So Few Men in Jewish Nursery School Classrooms?

By Anna Goldenberg

Why Are There So Few Men in Jewish Nursery School Classrooms?
Teaching at preschools is among the most gender-segregated professions in the United States: 97.8% of teachers are female. And Jewish day schools are no exception.Read More


Ari Goldman Goes From New York Times Journalist To Amateur Cellist

By Anna Goldenberg

Ari Goldman Goes From New York Times Journalist To Amateur Cellist
When Ari Goldman took up the cello in earnest for his 60th birthday party, he learnt that being a late starter meant giving up perfection. It also has a lot in common with Judaism.Read More


Holocaust Survivors’ Stories as Cartoons

By Anna Goldenberg

Holocaust Survivors’ Stories as Cartoons
When filmmaker Nasya Kamrat sought for a way to remember her Holocaust survivor grandfather, she had an unusual idea: Use his paintings for an animated documentary.Read More



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