Two new books bring Osip Mandelstam to an English-language audience.
Grigory Kanovich, 1929–1923.
Working in three cultures.
Killing the goose.
Jews were expected to transform their shtetl values, religious traditions, and bourgeois attitudes into muscular exemplars of humanity’s ideal, the New Soviet Man.
The beginnings of the Doctors’ Plot.
During World War II, nearly 40,000 Jews found their way to Bishkek.
And its importance for Jews.
Communist propaganda helped to form modern hatred of Israel.
A new documentary about the man who captured Ukraine’s Jewish music.
The Jewish community will be reimbursed for hundreds of buildings that were expropriated during World War II.
Jewish refugees in “Little Odessa” contend with the legacy of anti-Semitism.
The tsaddik of Leningrad.
“All the resources of a superpower cannot isolate a man who hears the voice of freedom.”