As the survivors of the Holocaust grow older and their numbers diminish, the so-called third generation of Holocaust memoirists are devising new, unique methods to keep stories of the Shoah alive.
A new genre of Holocaust memoirs, told by grandchildren of survivors, poses a new dilemma to the authors: the limits of their knowledge and memory.
In her new book, Sarah Wildman details the discovery of old letters sent to her grandfather by Valerie Scheftel, the girlfriend he had to leave in Vienna when he escaped the Nazis.
Most tourists only see one side of the Israeli-Palestinian divide. An innovative program aims to let outsiders see the country through a dual narrative.
We have all been taught to fight anti-Semitism wherever it exists. That’s why it is so shameful when the label ‘anti-Semitism’ is tossed around for political gain.
Young Jewish mothers feel pressure from partners and society to have a second child. Sarah Wildman thought she didn’t want another one, but then thought again.