The former prime minister’s embrace of the far-right in the recent elections has many Jewish fans questioning their allegiances
The Italian people wanted change, but they couldn’t agree on what kind of change they wanted
‘The lesser evil is still evil’
“Italy is a Palestinian shore of the Mediterranean,” Arafat wrote.
The Viktor Ullmann Festival helps previously unheard works find new audiences
In Ferrara, a prison becomes a new museum of Italian Judaism—and of the Holocaust in Italy
Carciofi alla giudìa dates back to the 16th century
Emanuele Artom, a young scholar from Turin, could have become one of the greatest Jewish chroniclers of WWII. He didn’t survive. But his diaries did.
After hooligans use her image to taunt their cross-town rivals
My great-great-grandmother’s letters—in Ladino—paint a portrait of the Sephardic community on the Isle of Rhodes, moments before it was destroyed in the Holocaust
A recent joint exhibit at the Vatican Museum and the Jewish Museum of Rome traced the surprising and enduring significance of the seven-branched golden object that entered ‘the temporal web of the history of humankind’
Documentary airing tonight on PBS tells the incredible story of three Italian brothers who return to Italy to look for the cave where they hid during the war
As the Tour de France wraps up this week, a historical debate still rages over who deserves credit for the production of identity cards for Jews hidden in Florence
An ‘archaeologist of bureaucracy’ traces the ghostly lives of foreign Jews in Italy during World War II
Creating special Torah coverings—often from discarded scraps of fabric—has a long history for Italian women
Designer launches $12 million preservation project of 500-year-old ghetto