Just how many of the most promising voices in American fiction are Jewish?
Based on his short story ‘Natasha,’ David Bezmozgis’s second film encapsulates the Russian-Jewish experience in 1990s Canada.
120 years ago, the Forward started with a one-page edition that cost one penny.
David Grossman and Amos Oz are finalists for the Man Booker Prize. Which is good news for literature and, unfortunately, for anti-Semitic conspiracy theorists.
The proposed bans are one of many historical attempts, some successful, to limit religious freedoms for Jews and Muslims.
Gershom Scholem, eminent scholar of Jewish mysticism, is the subject of George Prochnik’s latest book, “Stranger in a Strange Land.”
On April 18, 1955, Albert Einstein passed away.
Aviya Kushner has always been proud of her family name. Now, she fears that it has become a symbol for a bizarre and diluted version of Judaism.
Jesse Zel Lurie, a journalist who began his career in 1935 with the Jerusalem Post, has died at the age of 103. We recall his illustrious history.
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