There’s new research into what was once called ‘the shaking palsy’
A new history argues convincingly that institutionalized racism and common-law pragmatism in the United States inspired Hitler’s policies
A former Broadway publicist dedicates his life to helping ex-convicts find their way after prison
The actress talks about feminism, being an honorary Jew, and learning krav maga
Liberty and servitude in the new philo-czarist age
T’ruah gathers in New York to galvanize activists in the pulpit
Peter Ruta, who turns 98 this month, is still painting and still not getting his due
Does it matter that he isn’t Jewish?
The show’s groundbreaking portrayal of abuse among the upscale punctures a damaging myth
For both Rowling and the rabbis, our relationship to wealth—not our accumulation of it—is what determines our moral merit
Being Jewish doesn’t immunize a person from being anti-Semitic. It just fuses their bigotry with betrayal.
How I found myself—and my Jewish identity—in the woods of Tennessee
When I tried to hold my newborn daughter, my grandparents’ Holocaust stories stopped me cold
In this week’s ‘Daf Yomi’ Talmud study, the rabbis debate whether Jews owe anything to gentiles, when it comes to property rights
What would have happened if the Mensheviks had come to power in Russia, instead of the Bolsheviks, 100 years ago? America gives us a clue.
The new president’s approach to Iran, Syria, and Israel looks a lot like the old president’s—because the same people are implementing it
The Jewish Museum hosts Charlemagne Palestine’s cuddly, mystical, delightful installation art
A confusing and challenging show of Henryk Ross’s Lodz Ghetto images opens this weekend at the MFA Boston
Episode 83: Novelist Sana Krasikov and political strategist Patrick Ruffini