The writer, an Iranian Jewish refugee to America, joins the podcast to discuss a confrontation in writing.
While the government claims its Jews are flourishing, Nazi propaganda is a standard part of education.
In a new book, Shahrzad Elghanayan strives to make sense of her grandfather’s decision not to flee.
And the long history of a local tradition.
Accompanied by a master player of the santur.
Only about Jewish racial privilege.
What might be the earliest extant document in modern Persian.
Arson at the tomb of Esther and Mordechai.
A new book explores the Diaspora’s perennial question.
A Jewish community forced into hiding and occasionally paraded before credulous journalists.
The Pittsburgh massacre shouldn’t be an opportunity for partisan finger-pointing.