Past Imperfect

Two new exhibits explore the fragmentary nature of history

Mixed Record

I.F. Stone was prescient on Zionism, less so on Communism

On the Bookshelf

Soloveitchik, Céline, Salinger, and more

Bloomsday Meets Second Avenue

Caraid O’Brien is a Ulysses performer and Yiddish-theater translator

Extra Specialist

Need someone to play a convincing Hasid in a movie or on TV? Eliezer Meyer is your man.

Smells Fishy

Chandler Burr’s new novel is an anti-Jewish tirade

The Nazi of Nazareth

A new history examines the German theologians who made a Jesus in their own image

Prying Eyes

A klezmer musician turns her grandmother’s FBI files into musical theater

Our New Look

Tablet’s designers built a modern look that’s grounded in history

Daniel and the Lions’ Den

Gertrude Himmelfarb charts Victorian novelist George Eliot’s road to philo-Semitism

Here and There

Notes toward a theory of post-Diasporist art

Man Gone Down

The rise and fall of Isaac Rosenfeld, Saul Bellow’s great rival

Unto the Sons

What the Wittgenstein family gained and lost

Proving Their Metal

Thirty years ago, two Jewish kids from Toronto swore they’d never stop rockin’. They never did.

Canon Fodder

The short, tragic life of English poet Isaac Rosenberg

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