Translators and lexicographers are working overtime as new virus-related terms enter our daily vocabulary.
The idea that outsiders or foreigners are both dangerous — and dangerous to health — is straight out of the Nazi playbook.
Ronit Matalon’s novella is very short, very fast — and very Israeli.
A discomfort with evasiveness is arguably the essence of Judaism.
Hungarian poet Szilárd Borbély’s “Final Matters” forces readers to question pre-conceived ideas of victim and tormentors.
Rumors of the language’s demise have been greatly exaggerated.
I found myself barricading my parents’ front door with chairs. We had just heard that a knife-wielding man was at large.
In eye-opening remarks, Rudy Giuliani suggests that he’s more Jewish than a Holocaust survivor.
Are we getting too old to notice how quickly we are declining?
“In the last 100 years, the number of native Ladino speakers has declined rapidly.”