Jews aren’t the only victims.
The radical left is not an ally.
Two leading scholars joined Mosaic‘s editor to look at why compassionate people, like the brilliant Russian author, can so often hate the Jews.
Lack of political will.
Leonard Bernstein, the end of hip-Jew culture, and political stupidity.
Who knew a play about anti-Semitism would be so timely?
Many Dostoevsky scholars have been Jews, perhaps because the anti-Semitic writer needed to be seen as theirs—as almost Jewish in his concerns.
“I ask myself whether I might one day be able to emigrate to Israel.”
Why Russian Jews believed that reading Dostoevsky would legitimize their place in Russian culture and protect them from accusations of being interlopers.
“Decolonize your teaching.”
The political puzzle of anti-Semitism.
An insider’s view.
That’s why geniuses like Dostoevsky can love all humanity and hate the Jews.
Two German rabbis come out of hiding.