The silence of A.M. Klein.
Wilfred Canter survived capture by the Nazis twice, but died fighting for Israel.
A new survey shows that it’s thriving in ways American Jewry isn’t.
Moses Cohen and George Benjamin.
A musician who answered the call of Jewish cultural renewal.
The Jewish itch to believe in universal substitutes for Judaism.
Felix and Meira is the story of one ḥasidic woman.
Emerson Swift Mahon, born a Christian, left his native Grenada for Canada in 1912 in search of higher education and harboring a deeply-felt interest in. . .
Laura Z. Hobson’s The Gentleman’s Agreement, a best-selling 1947 novel, brought American “genteel” anti-Semitism into the limelight, especially after it was turned into a movie.. . .