New Center For Jewish History president David Myers shares his vision for the future of CJH in an exclusive interview.
“The one question I am obsessed with is how do children survive.” Sendak once said.
“This work should be characterized as a “spiritual biography” of a talmudic sage.”
Turow, 68, grew up in a Jewish neighborhood in Chicago in a household that observed what he calls “a secular, humanist, agnostic kind of Judaism.”
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In an excerpt from Michael Chabon and Ayelet Waldman’s new anthology ‘Kingdom Of Olives and Ash,’ Arnon Grunberg witnesses Jerusalem Day.
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In his (much-delayed) Nobel lecture, Bob Dylan waxes eloquent about everything from Buddy Holly to Homer’s ‘Odyssey’ to ‘Moby Dick.’ Take a listen.
“I divorced myself from Jewish part of my parents. I was unappreciative of it — a dreadful daughter.”
In their new anthology, “Kingdom of Olives and Ash,” Michael Chabon, Ayelet Waldman venture to Israel try to make sense of the occupation.
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