Alexandra Pucciarelli has written for The Architect’s Newspaper, The L Magazine, Blood + Milk, and Brooklyn Magazine. She is currently in graduate school at the New School for Social Research where her work focuses on collective memory.

Arthur Szyk, a Jewish Master Almost Lost to History, is Rediscovered

The New York Historical Society sheds new light on the work of one of the most notable—and neglected—American artists of the 20th Century


This Rosh Hashanah, Welcoming My Fiance Into Judaism

Ian’s decision to convert reminded me of how meaningful Judaism truly is to me


Scoff All You Want, But Selfies Help Make Memorials Meaningful

Ground Zero used to be an abstraction, until I pulled out my iPhone and created my own memory

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