My First Holocaust

The children’s books that traumatized a generation

Enlightenment, Yes!

The controversial leftist Israeli politcal scientist Zeev Sternhell paints a damning, if perhaps uncontextualized, portrait of ‘anti-Enlightenment’ thinkers

Free Thinkers

How Europe’s 19th and early 20th century Jews changed everything

The Joke’s on God

Stanley Moss is either the most religiously profane or profanely religious poet around

Experimental Fiction

In a 1931 novel, Ernst Weiss integrated medicine and literature

On the Bookshelf

Cartoons, both serious and zany

Dark Humor

A collection of old world Jewish jokes feels a little funny

On the Bookshelf

Who owns Holocaust history?

History and Memory

Yosef Yerushalmi, who died Tuesday, was a pioneer in the field of Jewish studies

Partisan Poet

A biography examines the life of ghetto insurgent and Zionist bard Abba Kovner

On the Bookshelf

Assimilation and anxiety, from Paris to the Pampas

Scribes and Scribblers

Poetry inspired by architecture, prophecy, and the immigration experience

On Their Trail

His targets may be pushing 90, but Nazi-hunter Efraim Zuroff is still looking

On the Bookshelf

’Tis the Season

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