A father’s tale of underground mohels, the Catholic Church, and a never-too-late spiritual revival
The poisoned pill of Jewish identity in the work of five authors from Fascist Italy
A Russian Jewish story from the Dolomites
In Milan and elsewhere, the health crisis has brought ‘a major sense of unity’ to the community
The Jews of Italy used goose instead of pork to make their distinctive charcuterie
Edda Servi Machlin, author of ‘The Classic Cuisine of the Italian Jews,’ died this week at 93
Roasted vegetables keep alive the Jewish history of Pitigliano, an Italian town once called ‘little Jerusalem’
As Italy celebrates the birth of the Italian Republic in 1946, its political left finds a use in reviving the history of ordinary Italians who helped WWII refugees make their way to Palestine
Tired of internet conspiracy theories and vile anti-Semitism, the journalist turns his attention from Italy’s mafia to its white supremacists
From the Talmud to contemporary Israeli fiction, Giuntina brings Jewish literature to Italy
Our community has enjoyed the dish and found it kosher for hundreds of years. Stating otherwise is unnecessary and disrespectful.
While a few in the Ovazza family cheered fascism on, most escaped in the nick of time
While I was hosting Passover dinners in Italy, I created baccalà al ghetto, a dish that marries local ingredients with Jewish tradition
The former prime minister’s embrace of the far-right in the recent elections has many Jewish fans questioning their allegiances
The Italian people wanted change, but they couldn’t agree on what kind of change they wanted
‘The lesser evil is still evil’
“Italy is a Palestinian shore of the Mediterranean,” Arafat wrote.
The Viktor Ullmann Festival helps previously unheard works find new audiences
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