Some century-old lessons.
The latest drama in the field of Jewish studies has turned into a campaign to reframe the perpetuation of Jewishness as a dystopian project of enforced reproduction.
A leading professor explains how the two can coexist properly.
“We can talk about gender equity all we want, but our bodies are out of sync with our beliefs.”
A renowned scholar tells his story.
The author of a biblically themed opera, and perhaps of Havah Nagilah.
A look at the Washington Pentateuch.
Remembering Alexander Altmann.
But ignoring the great rabbinic commentaries on them.
A scholar bold enough to look at the big picture.
A “view of Judaism on its own terms.”
Campus anti-Semitism, then and now.
Remembering Yaakov Elman.
A biography of the field’s founder raises questions.