Is the election of Donald Trump a “Moral 9/11?” If so, says Rachel Kadish, then artists will and must be on the front lines.9
Best-selling novelist Elinor Lipman responds to the prospect of a Donald Trump presidency — in rhyme.
A poet and scholar, Dan Pagis (who died in 1986) was the subject of a recent conference at Ben-Gurion University in Beersheva, Israel.
Irina Reyn’s 93-year-old grandfather planned to vote for Hillary Clinton — but something happened on the way to the voting booth.
70 years after the publication of Jean-Paul Sartre’s “Anti-Semite and Jew,” scholars are still debating whether Sartre was prescient or just plain ignorant.
Back in the 1990’s, Russian Jews felt secure in America. Now, Ellen Litman asks if our country is still such a safe place for her and her family.11
The first White House videographer and Bernie Sanders strategist Arun Chaudhary offers his trippy vision of how to cope in Trump’s America.5
Editor Lauren Wein explains how Donald Trump’s election is like a novel — but she doesn’t like it as much as Ian McEwan’s “Atonement.”79
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