Campus Week: Jewish populations are falling at schools like Harvard and Yale. Should we care?
Campus Week: A guide for Jewish students and their elders
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
The case for a new Hebrew month of poetry and heeding the wakeful heart
How I found culture and community playing the game my mother—and grandmother—loved
How the Jewish mob fought American admirers of the Third Reich
Newly digitized recordings offer an unprecedented glimpse of the Ukrainian-Jewish past
On the new episode of Tablet’s ‘Parsha in Progress’ podcast, Abby and Rabbi Dov discuss the binding of Isaac
A Response to Elham Manea on ‘Judith Butler’s Veil’
While attention is focused on the Saudi government’s gruesome attack on dissident, Jamal Khashoggi, Turkey targets one of its own journalists
Pondering an alternative to animal-derived parchment for a Torah scroll
Taking a cue from this week’s Torah portion, HIAS spearheads a national conversation about asylum-seekers
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
‘Daf Yomi’: Are Jews like olives, crushed for their oil, or like the leaves on the olive branch, enduring through all seasons?
Campus Week: How did an elite, repressive minority policing speech and culture through political correctness come to browbeat the American democratic majority?
Campus Week: Five alternatives to wasting your time and money on a worthless degree
Campus Week: A memoir of discomfort—and progress—as a graduate student at the University of Michigan in the 1960s
Campus Week: An important new biography of the late René Girard takes one academic back to the origins of his astonishment