Gary Shteyngart’s tendentious attack on brit milah.
But a new biography argues that the poet wasn’t very Jewish or even very anti-Soviet.
“God saved me and took me out of the ghetto.”
Beersheba, city of the future.
“The honorable title of Jew, of which I am proud.”
The complicated legacy of Saul Borovoi.
Jews were both victims and victimizers.
The Episcopalian diplomat who hosted a seder.
Continuing the work of Richard Schifter.
For Natan Sharansky, freedom and nationalism are two sides of the same coin.
When Jews preferred Nazi ghettos to Soviet equality of rights.