For his poignant and intrepid rebuke of the American media’s obsession with a false narrative
Go beyond latkes to a whole world of fritters for the holiday
Bookworm: Jacob M. Appel’s life-affirming elderly suicide novel ‘Millard Salter’s Last Day’ is a highwire act balancing tragedy and comedy
Today on Jewcy: Elephants! Alexander! Assassinations!
Let the last-minute Hanukkah shopping commence!
Is it okay to use the word “Jew”?
Just the holiday-themed adorableness you need right now
Gere, Gadot, and gesheftn in Yiddish top the list
Ringing in Hanukkah with writer Jordana Horn Gordon and religion scholar Reza Aslan
Jewish organizations are at the forefront of the battle for greater inclusion of people with disabilities, particularly in the performing arts
The reasoning behind the Talmud’s categories and sub-categories isn’t always apparent. In this week’s ‘Daf Yomi,’ the Talmud wonders about its own organization.
Meme Wars: What Lorin Stein’s resignation from The Paris Review over sexual misconduct reveals about the true index of male power
And are we prepared for postmodern activism and the new realities of the Jewish people?
Paintings that tell us to eff off while showing us the way in
How the modern academic discipline of ‘Jewish Studies’ was invented in Renaissance England by the the greatest Christian Hebraist of the age
What ‘The Simpsons’ can teach us about nationalism, identity, and the American future