Natasha Zaretsky, a cultural anthropologist, writes about the politics of Jewish memory in the aftermath of violence, focusing on the Jewish diaspora in Argentina and New York. Her forthcoming book, Landscapes of Memory and Impunity (co-edited with Annette H. Levine; Brill, 2015), examines Jewish life in Argentina after the AMIA Bombing. She is currently a Visiting Scholar at the Center for the Study of Genocide and Human Rights at Rutgers University.

Something Is Rotten in Argentina

The sudden death of Alberto Nisman, lead prosecutor of the AMIA bombing, deepens the culture of impunity


Why Soviet Jews Have ‘Christmas’ Trees

The secret story of a secular celebration


In Argentina, Catholics Opposed to Pope Francis Challenge His Legacy of Jewish Relations

Last week’s protest at a Buenos Aires Kristallnacht commemoration was a display of denial—and ignorance

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