The very first Holocaust museum was actually in the city of Vilna, founded even before the end of World War II, in 1944.
The life of a liberal American Jewish professor is shaken up by the arrival of a renowned Zionist family.
Sandy Shefrin Rabin
FriesenPress, 2020, 288 pp.
The new book by Tina Frühauf looks at the history of Jews in Germany through the prism of their musical culture.
Dovid Leitner‘s book includes a telling anecdote about a misunderstanding between the Belzer Rebbe and the German-Jewish hotel owner.
Marc Caplan interprets the works of David Bergelson, Der Nister and Moshe Kulbak as allegorical critiques of the Modern Age.
In his new book, Gennady Estraikh writes that the Forverts was once heavily influenced by the Russian Jewish intelligentsia.
The message given by the book is clear: for the American Jewish intelligentsia, Yiddish is primarily associated with the Holocaust.
The popular professor was a scholar of Soviet Jewish culture and LGBTQ Jewish life in the United States.
The autobiography of Yiddish writer Rachmil Bryks, now in English, is a literary monument to Polish Jewry before the Holocaust.