When Grant Expelled the Jews
Coming in 2011
By Jonathan Sarna · August 25, 2010
Coming in Fall 2011
By Shimon Peres with David Landau · July 23, 2010
Burnt Books: Rabbi Nachman of Bratslav and Franz Kafka
COMING IN OCTOBER 2010
By Rodger Kamenetz · January 25, 2010
Hillel: If Not Now, When?
NEW. A bold new look at an iconic religious leader.
By Joseph Telushkin · January 16, 2010
A Fine Romance
Jewish Songwriters, American Songs
By David Lehman · October 31, 2009
has been selected as one of the Best Books of 2009 by Publishers Weekly.
By Elie Wiesel · October 30, 2009
A masterful biography of Yehuda Halevi, poet laureate of the Jewish people.
By Hillel Halkin · September 17, 2009
The Life of David
By Robert Pinsky · June 2, 2009
The Renegade Jew Who Gave Us Modernity
By Rebecca Newberger Goldstein · June 2, 2009
By Sherwin B. Nuland · June 2, 2009
By Esther Schor · June 2, 2009
A powerful storyteller brings to life one of the most colorful boxers of the 20th century. Paperback release party August 8.
By Douglas Century · June 2, 2009
The Wicked Son
Anti-Semitism, Self-Hatred, and the Jews
By David Mamet · June 2, 2009
Jews and Power
By Ruth Wisse · June 2, 2009
By Jonathan Wilson · June 2, 2009
By Adam Kirsch · June 1, 2009
A fascinating biography as well as a moving personal journey.
By Ilan Stavans · May 30, 2009
The Jewish Body
A history of the Jewish people from bris to burial, from “muscle Jews” to nose jobs.
By Melvin Konner · April 22, 2009
The Worlds of Sholom Aleichem
By Jeremy Dauber · January 30, 2009
Sacred Trash: The Lost and Found World of The Cairo Geniza
A story of buried scholarly treasure that rivals in drama, scope, and importance the discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls and sheds profound light on nine hundred years of Jewish life.
By Adina Hoffman and Peter Cole · January 30, 2009
By Stephen J. Dubner · January 28, 2009
By Masha Gessen · January 27, 2009
By Jeffrey Goldberg · January 26, 2009
The Dairy Restaurant
By Ben Katchor · January 24, 2009
The Song of Songs
By Elena Lappin · January 23, 2009
By Seth Lipsky · January 22, 2009
The Eichmann Trial
Award-winning historian Deborah Lipstadt gives us a compelling reassessment of the groundbreaking trial that has become a touchstone for judicial proceedings throughout the world in which victims of genocide confront its perpetrators.
By Deborah Lipstadt · January 21, 2009
Show of Shows
By David Margolis · January 20, 2009
By Leon Wieseltier · January 15, 2009
Gluckel of Hameln
By Daphne Merkin · January 1, 2009