Henry “Hank” Greenspan is a psychologist, oral historian, playwright and professor emeritus at the University of Michigan.
By Henry Greenspan
I’m a university professor. The reality on campus is more complex than ‘Zionist snowflakes’
There is a difference between rhetoric and genuine debate
Burying a bird and borrowing a chance to mourn
This evening, while Nancy and I were watching the news, a bird flew into the glass door that opens onto our deck. There was the sound of an impact. A few white feathers were stuck on the screen. And, below, the bird was lying on the deck. Motionless. Sometimes birds have hit our windows and…
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In season 4 of ‘Fauda,’ Israeli tactics come under fire — and so do the show’s heroes
7 killed in Jerusalem synagogue shooting and 2 wounded in subsequent attack
‘Live without fear’: Doug Emhoff opens up about his Jewishness as he visits his ancestors’ Polish hometown
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This Orthodox New Yorker feeds more cats than you
George Santos covered ‘Hallelujah’ — it’s been through worse
A controversial documentary upended the narrative on Jenin 20 years ago. Has anything changed since?
Forwarding the News
What the Talmud says about the Alec Baldwin case