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Vol. 2, Issue 12: Mar. 17-23 • Surveillance of Arab Americans, reports from Indonesia and South Africa, musical traditions at Bais Yaakov girls schools, a garlic soup recipe, and more
Vol. 2, Issue 11: Mar. 10-16 • Cold War 3D, crisis in Israel, Jewish atheists speak, Regina Spektor’s Soviet Jewishness, recovering from substance abuse, a kibbeh recipe, and more
Vol. 2, Issue 10: Mar. 3-9 • The CIA coup in Iran that never was, misinformation and certainty, the Madam of the LES, a new translation of Isaac Babel, Joan Nathan cooks North African ‘brik,’ and more
Vol. 2, Issue 9: Feb. 24 - Mar. 2 • Asians and Jews in America, the vulgarity of Mel Brooks, nonalcoholic Purim, Queen Esther’s toast, and more
Vol. 2, Issue 8: Feb. 17-23 • China’s future, race and gender in medicine, a tragic Israeli diva, forshmak recipe, and more
Vol. 2, Issue 7: Feb. 10-16 • Boris Johnson on Ukraine, the class politics of ‘Instagram face,’ Youval Shimoni’s great Israeli literature, a 19th-century murder case, and more
Vol. 2, Issue 6: Feb. 3-9 • Advice for Bibi, the queering of antisemitism, Tablet Original Fiction’s road trip out of NYC, a classic bialy recipe, and more
Vol. 2, Issue 5: Jan. 27 - Feb. 2 • Celebrating Norman Mailer, the human reality of A.I., the new Israeli Michelin restaurant guide, a recipe for fig compote, and more
Vol. 2, Issue 4: Jan. 20-26 • Holocaust Remembrance Day: survivors speak, the lessons of Jehovah’s Witnesses, a reporter hunts his grandfather’s savior; Columbia’s invisible man, fentanyl and politics, and more
Vol. 2, Issue 3: Jan. 13-19 • Mahmoud Abbas and Soviet Zionology, California’s housing crisis, Kafka’s diaries, Yemenite delicacies, and more
Vol. 2, Issue 2: Jan. 6-12 • Academic freedom at Stanford, the rise of AI, Prince Harry and Episcopalianism, going bald, and more
Vol. 2, Issue 1: Dec. 30, 2022 - Jan. 5, 2023 • A new Cold War, addressing Southern Baptists’ declining attendance, woke whodunits, pro wrestler Barry Horowitz, and more
Volume 1: 2022
Issue 46: The Year in Review • A special blockbuster double issue featuring the best of Tablet’s insight, reporting, and great storytelling from 2022, plus a recipe for New Year’s
Issue 45: Dec. 9-15 • Labor and the class war, new fiction from Yelena Akhtiorskaya, loud vulgar Jews, a soccer cantor, potato pancakes, and more
Issue 44: Dec. 2-8 • Laying blame for pandemic school closures, the American postwar ‘literary mafia,’ gay dads and busy moms, Angela Lansbury’s big Jewish Christmas musical, and more
Issue 43: Nov. 18 - Dec. 1 • Thanksgiving! British intentions in Mandate Palestine, women’s health apps, David Mamet’s daring, the humble cabbage, and more
Issue 42: Nov. 11-17 • The media’s role in FTX’s downfall, Jews with disabilities, Howard Jacobson on ‘Ulysses,’ Thanksgiving tales, and more. Plus: Joan Nathan’s roast turkey with chestnut challah stuffing recipe.
Issue 41: Nov. 4-10 • Midterm election analysis, Judith Shklar’s minority liberalism, Australian farms, Joan Nathan’s unbeatable hummus recipe, and more
Issue 40: Oct. 28 - Nov. 3 • Voodoo, Iran’s drones, the journalistic party line, the Rothschilds of the East, Italian sfratti cookies, and more
Issue 39: Oct. 21-27 • The French take Israel, the how of wokeness, colloquial Arabic, a family portrait, shawarma, and more
Issue 38: Oct. 14-20 • Israel’s Kahanist politician, the renewed tradition of wimpels, basketball tryouts, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, and more
Issue 37: Oct. 7-13 • Uyghur Muslims and the NBA, Germany’s troubles, a return to the shtetl, a cabbage strudel recipe, and more
Issue 36: Sept. 30 - Oct. 6 • Campus diversity excludes Jews, the Hindu American vote, surrealist ethnographer Diane Arbus, etrogs past and present, and more
Issue 35: Sept. 23-29 • Nikole Hannah-Jones and the origins of 1619, post-Soviet Russia, Yiddish black metal, a Yom Kippur story, and more
Issue 34: Sept. 16-22 • Howard Jacobson remembers The Queen, censorship and big tech, Unitarian Universalist sex education, Rosh Hashanah essays, and more. PLUS: download Joan Nathan’s holiday brisket recipe here.
Issue 33: Sept. 9-15 • Talking with non-Jewish spouses, white-boy rap, poetry in the orange groves, an Italian plum tart recipe, and more.
Issue 32: September 2-8 • The Iran deal’s regional realignments, psychiatry and ‘insight,’ mental health on campus, Rwandan kibbutzim, and more.
Issue 31: August 26 - September 1 • Hate crimes in NYC, the exhausting battles of Diego Schwartzman, Baha’i teenagers, pushcarts, and more.
Issue 30: Beach Reads 2022 • An amazing, 113-page, free anthology of some of our best writing, for you and your hammock, from Baku, Geneva, the Solomon Islands, Harbin, and beyond! The Jewish world like only Tablet can bring it to you.
Issue 29: August 5-11 • Orthodox women talk American Jewry, George Soros ‘the Jew,’ painter Shirley Jaffe, collard greens, and more.
Issue 28: July 29-Aug. 4 • Tisha B’Av: The end of the living memory of the Holocaust, the ‘network state,’ the new Jewish awakening, a cold cherry soup for summer, and more.
Issue 27: July 22-28 • Redefining the kibbutz, performative politics, American literature as 21st-century refuge, a belated Kaddish, and more.
Issue 26: July 15-21 • In full, Armin Rosen’s in-depth report on the background of the uniquely American life of Rep. Ilhan Omar of Minnesota. Also: surveillance, Judaism in translation, chocolate, and more.
Issue 25: July 8-14 • The left’s First Amendment, tech-bro Miami, the Catholic Land Movement revival, a chocolate sponge cake recipe, and more.
Issue 24: July 1-7 • Early American Zionism, post-Cold-War Germany, the #MeToo Rabbi, David Milch, Jacob Taubes, and more.
Issue 23: June 24-30 • Special Issue: Summer Fiction!
Issue 22: June 17-23 • LGBTQ Jews, the ‘pro-Jewish’ left, lost Aleppo, the chair dance’s ubiquity, and more.
Issue 21: June 10-16 • The martyrdom of Ariel Pink, the mystery of Deutekom, abortion battle, blood donor bans, my father’s luxury car, and more.
Issue 20: June 3-9 • Narrativizing refugees, a report from Donbas, how American writers made misery work, the renaming of a plant, and more.
Issue 19: May 27-June 2 • Shavuot • The rules of conversion, Ruth, Sapphic Hollywood, ‘The Northman,’ and more.
Issue 18: May 20-26 • Getting to religious divorce, moralizing museums, Middle Eastern restaurants in London, and more.
Issue 17: May 13-19 • Hezbollah in Paraguay, America’s big post-Cold War mistakes, a kitchen wunderkind, and more.
Issue 16: May 6-12 • Malamud’s lover, the certainty trap, fiction, and more.
Issue 15: April 29-May 5 • Israeli health care, Leonard Cohen, Mother’s Day, and more.
Issue 14: April 15-28 • Elon’s Twitter, Biden’s China, Doja Cat, Roman fish soup, and more.
Issue 13: April 8-14 • Passover Edition
Issue 12: April 1-7 • Reform Judaism in Ohio, a disputed temple mount in India, Passover prep, and more.
Issue 11: March 25-31 • Ukraine and nationalism, American decline, and the joys of sumac.
Issue 10: March 18-24, 2022 • Fact-checkers, Putin’s Jewish oligarchs, and Claudia Roden’s home kitchen.
Issue 09: March 11-17, 2022 • Ukraine: Russian emigres, crypto crowdfunding, and China as the big winner. Plus: Nowruz in Los Angeles, and Joan Nathan’s onion-poppy seed flatbread recipe.
Issue 08: March 4-10, 2022 • Ukrainian aliyah, Afghan refugees in North Carolina, and Purim. BONUS: download Joan Nathan’s Chosen Hamantaschen recipe here.
Issue 07: Special Ukraine Edition: February 25-March 3, 2022 • Ukraine and Germany, Russia and the new Middle East, Ukraine and American client states, a prayer for Ukraine, and more.
Issue 06: February 18-24, 2022 • BHL on the Ukraine crisis, rabbinic sermons, and Jacob Taubes’ apocalypse.
Issue 05: February 11-17, 2022 • Chinese antisemitism, Oslo’s Jewish Sewing Circle, ‘The Righteous Gemstones.’
Issue 04: February 4-10, 2022 • Special Edition: Tablet LA
Issue 03: January 28-February 3, 2022 • Sheila Heti, Groundhog day, and the challenge of Friday lunch.
Issue 02: January 21-27, 2022 • Unapologetic Zionism in Reform Judaism, the Evil Eye, and the poetry of Herbert Gold & Sons.
Issue 01: January 14-21, 2022 • BHL, the new Yiddish mystics, and ‘Leib in Love.’
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