Campus Week: Jewish populations are falling at schools like Harvard and Yale. Should we care?
Campus Week: ‘I didn’t think about the future but I knew he wouldn’t be a part of it.’
Campus Week: A guide for Jewish students and their elders
A new play explores how Judaism divides a Jewish family
How the Jewish neoliberal éminence grise of Emmanuel Macron’s government became both Marine Le Pen’s perfect enemy and her accidental inspiration
Devoted acolyte and fellow tattooer Don Ed Hardy talks about his rare collection of Lew the Jew memorabilia, on view at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco
Coming Oct. 24th to the Marlene Meyerson JCC in Manhattan
Anti-totalitarian Muslim reformers like Farzana Hassan are leading the charge
One year after some 100,000 Kurds were driven out of Kirkuk, should they have placed their hopes in Trump?
It’s that time of year again: All week Tablet takes stock of the state of American academia and university life
‘Daf Yomi’: Are Jews like olives, crushed for their oil, or like the leaves on the olive branch, enduring through all seasons?
While Conservative rabbis have reaffirmed their policy against officiating at interfaith weddings, Conservative synagogues move to welcome non-Jewish spouses as full members of the congregation
Saying kaddish for my father brought me into many minyans where I was the center of attention—even when I yearned for anonymity
Ep. 153: ‘Our Friend From Israel’ podcast host Benyamin Cohen and ‘Wall Street Journal’ sports columnist Jason Gay
Misplaced historical values, survivors dying off, the Labour Party’s new rhetoric, and pressures on secondary curricula are all contributing to a generation of U.K. children with little or incorrect knowledge of the horrors of World War II
How the center of a Russian-guitar culture ended up in the American Midwest, under the stewardship of its greatest enthusiast