“Taking books away from a culture is to take away its shared memory. It’s like taking away the ability to remember your dreams.”
The narrative of “Lolita” depended more on a real-life crime than Nabokov would ever admit.
I’ve felt holier listening to Marvin Gaye’s “Wholy Holy” than I ever felt in Hebrew school.
Is there such a thing as Jewish anxiety? And, if there is, is it good for the Jews?
Zirin presents a forceful rebuke to the notion that our playing fields are neutral spaces
During WWII, he became a forger. With red crayons and black ink, he shaved years off the lives of French children.
“Years before I could legally drive or vote, I completed a psychological gauntlet. It was my introduction to the stresses of adult life.
Donald Trump’s budget has targeted the NEA, the NEH and the CPB. Here’s a closer look at exactly who those cuts might be affecting.
Donald Trump’s budget has put the NEA — and Jewish culture — directly in its crosshairs. Here’s what that means for 7 Jewish cultural figures.
The Muslim ban touched a nerve, inspiring Jewish writers like Masha Gessen, Evan Osnos and Gary Shteyngart to tell their own stories.