“How deeply do I regret not having been more diligent in studying the language and literature of our fathers.”
How a group of Jewish physicists helped the United States beat Nazi Germany in the race for nuclear weapons.
Einstein called her a “creative mathematical genius.”
Genius and Anxiety.
Seventy years of libels.
Founded by a Jewish department-store baron, the Institute for Advanced Study would provide a home to academic refugees from Nazism—and a huge boost to American science.
Arik Einstein, who passed away last month, was the Israeli public’s most beloved singer. That he is unfamiliar to many in the Diaspora speaks. . .