This Week in Forward Arts and Culture

  • Jenna Weissman Joselit pays a visit to the Jewish living room.

  • Dan Friedman talks to Judith Brin Ingber about her book, “Seeing Israeli and Jewish Dance.”

  • Dan Friedman talks to architect Daniel Libeskind about his design for the World Trade Center site.

  • Jay Michaelson urges us to take Judaism into our own hands.

  • Allan Nadler considers a collection of essays in response to 9/11 by a group of Orthodox scholars.

  • Philologos investigates the exact nature of Moses’ speech impediment.

  • Steven G. Kellman reviews “All Our Worldly Goods,” the latest posthumous publication by Irène Némirovsky.

  • In the latest Yid Lit podcast, Allison Gaudet-Yarrow talks to Lev Grossman about writing “Harry Potter for adults.”

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