The first instance of using an enclosed space to confine people and calling it a “ghetto” appeared in Venice in 1516, when Jews were locked in.
He was an original, an individualist, both in his life and his work.
A numerical system of interpretation can be a way for a group to communicate with itself.
Somehow, a biblical Hebrew phrase has become the name of an Austrian comedy series.
As in Nazism and Stalinism, there’s a lot more at stake than a conversation about manners and “niceness.”
“We are prepared to fight and march with our experience, signs, canes and walkers!”
For anyone familiar with Nazi history, the word “infest” is not only remarkable, but terrifying.
“Very biblical” is a strange phrase. After all, war is “very biblical,” swearing on a someone’s thigh is “very biblical”, and so is rape and murder.
“Eradicate” first appeared in English in 1532, the same year “addiction,” “dominant” and “Anabaptist” entered the language
This is the most fascinating essay you’ll ever read about the Hebrew origins of pot. Seriously.