A last interview with Haim Gouri
As an educator and feminist activist, Alice Shalvi has been a major force for decades. At 92, she shares her life story in her new memoir, ‘Never a Native.’
The author just won the Israel Prize for his lifetime achievement in literature. But the story of his life is one of downfall.
The Israel Prize-winning Hebrew University scholar, a native of Iowa, tackles Tamil in his new book
New English translations of the 90-year-old’s Israel Prize-winning work remind us why he’s the doyen of postwar poets
Leading Modern Orthodox rabbi and political dove to receive award
A friend and former classmate pays tribute to the late scholar and author
Meet the American-born JTS professor who modernized an ancient pursuit
The much-maligned complex was designed to be an architectural triumph
Miriam Ben-Porat, also Israel’s first-ever female comptroller, was 94.