How calendars transformed Jewish life in America
503 years after the first Jewish enclave was instituted in Venice, what does the word ‘ghetto’ mean today?
Ted Cruz replaces the Democrats’ muddled manifesto with a clear and unequivocal exploration of the hatred of Jews and its particular evils
A list of lobbies and their spending may surprise Congresswoman Omar and her supporters
How YMHAs, followed by synagogue-centers, and finally JCCs have tried—in different ways—to balance Judaism and Jewishness, by bringing Jews together in intellectual, spiritual, and physical pursuits
How religious Judaism helps shield the American president’s disparagement of globalism, cosmopolitanism, and other features of progressive secular Jewry from claims of anti-Semitism
A new initiative aims to fight anti-Semitism one Seder at a time
In this week’s ‘Daf Yomi’: Are the laws of kashrut based on an overly wide interpretation of a single verse in Deuteronomy?
Despite a few recent examples of college administrations standing up for Jewish students, faculties are likely to bend to anti-Israel pressure in the long run unless opposed systemically
Twenty-five years after he massacred 29 Palestinians midprayer, the killer is more revered than ever. Why?
How two fundamental pillars of Western thought—classical Greek rationalism and monotheistic Jewish faith—collided in a remote area of the archipelago to produce a short-lived but influential communist
Tablet Original Fiction: What right has the Lord of the Universe to forget me?