Oddly discomfited by the Jewish center of the story it tells, and overly content with contemporary platitudes.
The 500th anniversary of the first ghetto.
An Orthodox rabbi’s unorthodox museum.
They are still invoking dated forms of self-abnegation, or engaging in more or less ignorant forms of advocacy, or yearning for a vague universalism.
Art and religion in “Poem without End.”
Even as it features their work.
What is Judeo-Arab music?
In the two decades before World War II, American Jews occasionally returned to their or their parents’ Polish cities and shtetls, and sometimes they recorded. . .