The case for a new Hebrew month of poetry and heeding the wakeful heart

On the new episode of Tablet’s ‘Parsha in Progress’ podcast, Abby and Rabbi Dov discuss the binding of Isaac

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How Do You Acknowledge a Woman You Can’t See?

A Response to Elham Manea on ‘Judith Butler’s Veil’

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Turkey Targets a Journalist

While attention is focused on the Saudi government’s gruesome attack on dissident, Jamal Khashoggi, Turkey targets one of its own journalists

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Ask Unorthodox: Vegan Torah?

Pondering an alternative to animal-derived parchment for a Torah scroll

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Wrestling With the Refugee Crisis

Taking a cue from this week’s Torah portion, HIAS spearheads a national conversation about asylum-seekers

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Neighborhood Watch

Ep. 154: ‘93Queen,’ a documentary about Ezras Nashim, founded and staffed by Hasidic women as the first all-female-volunteer ambulance service in New York

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There’s No Business Like Showbread Business

‘Daf Yomi’: Are Jews like olives, crushed for their oil, or like the leaves on the olive branch, enduring through all seasons?

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The Emperor’s Woke Clothes

Campus Week: How did an elite, repressive minority policing speech and culture through political correctness come to browbeat the American democratic majority?

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The Vanishing Ivy League Jew

Campus Week: Jewish populations are falling at schools like Harvard and Yale. Should we care?

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Anti-Zionism Has No Place in the Progressive Movement

Campus Week: A guide for Jewish students and their elders

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Don’t Go to College. Do This Instead.

Campus Week: Five alternatives to wasting your time and money on a worthless degree

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Anti-Semitism and the Birth of Jewish Studies

Campus Week: A memoir of discomfort—and progress—as a graduate student at the University of Michigan in the 1960s

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The Brilliant French Catholic Literary Critic Who Revealed My Judaism

Campus Week: An important new biography of the late René Girard takes one academic back to the origins of his astonishment