Americans want life to feel normal again. It’s been a while.
Is the Greek-born Swiss Jewish author and diplomat a hapless romantic or a man with a message for our times?
Fifty years after the political upheaval around the Democratic National Convention that changed America, a former editor from ‘Ramparts’ magazine sees worrying echoes today
Fifty years ago this month, a Jewish youth group issued a remarkable ‘concert service in jazz’ album featuring Herbie Hancock and other greats titled ‘Hear, O Israel’—but the composer hated it
The late 1960s and all their Jewish rebelliousness, in an ‘energetic’ fiction full of alternate realities
Slander, ridicule, and terror in post-1968 France
While American Jews cultivate a hyphenated identity, French Jews like to make themselves wholly French. Do we still share a cultural language?