Academia

A respected journal questions orthodoxies, and professors rush to censor it.

Andrew Pessin
May 21 2019 12:01AM

From academia to philanthropy to journalism, my experience with Jewish leadership has been by turns discouraging and inspiring.

May 3 2019 12:01AM

In the late 1960s, appointments in Jewish studies were springing up in tandem with the “adversarial culture.” But we intended to strengthen the universities, not to trash them.

Nov. 29 2018 12:01AM

Celebrating anti-Israel screeds.

Cary Nelson
Oct. 16 2018 12:01AM

Chimerical anti-Semitism.

David Berger
Oct. 10 2018 12:01AM

Losing public authority over Scripture.

Alex Joffe
Sept. 14 2018 12:01AM

Professional study of Middle East history now belongs to incompetents and political agitators.

June 6 2018 12:01AM

In pursuit of openly political ends, some professors risk destroying the principles and safeguards that for over a century have protected the freedom of their colleagues.

April 18 2018 12:01AM

When jargon become incantation.

Cary Nelson and Russell Berman
April 12 2018 12:01AM

Was there a massacre at Deir Yassin?

Shmuel Rosner
March 14 2018 12:01AM

The protocols of the elders of Fresno.

Steven Lubet
Feb. 20 2018 12:01AM

A social science with a sacred project.

Richard Spady
Feb. 13 2018 12:01AM