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Remembering the Exodus
This Sunday, Feb. 12, at 3 p.m. ET, at New York’s Museum of Jewish Heritage, Tablet presents two of the greatest Jewish voices of the past half-century appearing on stage together for the first time in what promises to be a significant public intellectual event. All profit goes toward Ukrainian Winter Relief. Get more info and tickets here.
Cocoricooo!! Tablet ♥ France on its national holiday, with a collection of stories.
Archived issues of the 1980s magazine that billed itself as ‘a journal of progressive Jewish thought’
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Vol. 2, Issue 35: Predatory AIs, a historian’s faulty history of Iraqi Jewry, Ben Lerner’s auto-fictional poems, the sukkah guys, an Agnon story for Sukkot, and more
Ten great award-worthy things that Tablet loved from 2021
This fall’s Tablet Fellowship welcomes a new class of journalists
The Tablet Fellowship welcomes a new class of 10 journalists
10 paid fellowships—for those looking to apprentice in everything from editorial and art direction to marketing and community relations
A conversation with Natan Sharansky, Rod Dreher, and Bari Weiss
We’re hiring a full-time staffer to oversee all operations related to Tablet’s internal functioning
The week that Donald Trump, Barack Obama and the ‘New York Times’ all normalized Jew hatred
A group diverse in all ways—including age, religion, and home country—joins Tablet for three months
Many synagogues will be ringing in 5781 with online programming for Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur