Els Salomon-Prins Bendheim, in memoriam.
If the Mishnah isn’t theology, history, or law, what is it?
History recent and ancient.
“The Destruction of Sennacherib.”
A collective sense of its own antiquity fed into the trauma of 1492.
Hitler, Stalin, Mum and Dad.
From the Third Zionist Congress to telecommuting.
The martyrs of York—and what came next.
And its great soldier, stateman, poet, and rabbi.
The author took a recent journey to a Soviet mass gravesite where his great-grandfather is buried, and speaks about how it helped him understand Jewish and Soviet history.
The 9th-century siddur from which all others descend.
“Tell us about yourself.”
The historian behind the movie Defiance.
Sephardim were the first non-African group to adopt the local creole.