Sharon Pomerantz


The Joy of Jewish Cookbooks

By Sharon Pomerantz

The Joy of Jewish Cookbooks
Cookbooks offer more than just recipes. A new exhibit at the University of Michigan shows the evolution and development of Jewish cuisine — and community.Read More


What 'Girls' Could Learn From the 'Good Wife's' Wife

By Sharon Pomerantz

What 'Girls' Could Learn From the 'Good Wife's' Wife
Both ‘Girls’ and ‘The Good Wife’ have Jewish women as stars and creators. There’s a lot we can learn from the cross-generational chatter between the two shows.Read More


Requiem for the American Jewish Novel?

By Sharon Pomerantz

Requiem for the American Jewish Novel?
With Philip Roth now in retirement, what are the real problems that ail the future of American Jewish fiction?Read More


Family History Seen Through Tenement Rooms

By Sharon Pomerantz

Family History Seen Through Tenement Rooms
The Lower East Side of Manhattan was once the most crowded neighborhood on earth. Its history is meticulously chronicled by Katharine Greider in her wonderful family memoir.Read More



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