America’s newly-appointed envoy stops by to talk about his plans for his office.
Take, for instance, the word tararam, meaning—what else?—“fuss” or “hullabaloo.”
Precious little, you would think. But actually, thanks to one figure in the story, quite a lot.
The historian’s new book sets out to conduct a clear-sighted tour of 21st-century anti-Semitism, but her vision turns out to be occluded.
A Lubavitcher adoptive mother, and a passionate advocate of adoption within the Orthodox community, explains the unique challenges she faced while pursuing her goal.
On Martin Luther King Day, the ghost of the great civil-rights leader was summoned to condemn Israel. The problem? While alive, King had plenty of opportunities to do so—and never did.
The noted legal expert explains why anti-BDS laws are not only permissible but also just.
There were many more illiterate Jews in the Tsarist empire than we tend to think there were.
Gorenstein is best-known for his film scripts, written for Andrei Tarkovsky and others. Now, recently published in English for the first time, his own voice can be heard.
A leading American rabbi speaks frankly about the future of his own movement and other matters of pressing Jewish concern.
I expected the women’s movement to evaporate as quickly as it had materialized. It was the worst cultural prediction of my life.
Just after his moment of glory, the prophet Elijah finds himself alone and deserted.
Mosaic’s key foreign-policy analyst elaborates on his latest big essay.
A Mosaic reader was able to solve the mystery of the Yiddish expression tapn a vant, “to grope a wall.”