Adam Ehrlich Sachs’ ‘brilliant, weird, and profound’ new novel, ‘The Organs of Sense,’ imagines a visionary blind Jewish astronomer in the court of Holy Roman Emperor Rudolf II
55 years ago today, 16 American rabbis and one lay leader were arrested in a civil rights protest organized by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Boysie Dikobe, a South African-born dancer with Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo, prepares for his conversion—when he’s not performing in drag
White liberals are leading a ‘woke’ revolution that is transforming American politics and making Democrats increasingly uneasy with Jewish political power
Israel’s leading chefs are taking the city’s food in a new direction
A 1929 practical method for typing in Yiddish, on display at YIVO, is a keyhole into a little-known world of printing machines, and the pipe dreams behind their invention
Rokhl’s Golden City: Finding a home in Yiddishland while challenging the status quo
Sundays, I am a Unitarian. But now I realize that I am always a Jew.
Moderating YouTube won’t get rid of all the extremist content, just the stuff that doesn’t make money
As a celebrated Jewish boarding school unexpectedly shut down last week, one former faculty member looks back at its inspired life and unsettling demise
A neofascist lives on in his Bavarian castle
Three self-portraits by Felix Nussbaum, at New York’s Neue Galerie