Hannah Arendt and Stefan Zweig’s library cards have been found at France’s national library — curious providing curious insights into our past.
Jonathan Sarna, Deborah Dash Moore and other prominent Jewish historians weigh in on how we should be preparing for Donald Trump’s presidency.23
A mother’s descent into madness and the Nazi destruction of Czechoslovakia animate Mark Slouka’s gorgeous memoir, “Nobody’s Son.”
‘Silence,’ Martin Scorsese’s gut-wrenching new film about a young Jesuit priest in medieval Japan, may seem surprisingly familiar to Jewish viewers.4
Celebrate Rosh Hashanah with these festive drinks that also happen to have all the simanim , or symbols, for the holiday.
Is the re-publication of “Mein Kampf” a victory for free speech? Or, with the rise of far-right movements across Europe, is it cause for concern?30
Reading the book now, after the events of 2016, the stories have taken on a darker, more prescient, more tragic tone.
Rolf Noskwith, the Jewish WWII codebreaker who helped inspire “The Imitation Game” has died at age 97.
Though she’s an author and professor, Sharon Pomerantz isn’t part of the liberal media elite. Her background taught her to oppose Trump anyway.48
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