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A half-century after his groundbreaking ‘ethnopoetic’ anthology, Jerome Rothenberg’s shamanic journey into the sacred poetry of the past continues to lead him to the unknowns of poetry’s future
Jewish engagement with non-Western faiths is much older than any recent ‘JuBu’ fad
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The long history of Jews and the occult
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Artist Mark Podwal’s love affair with Prague
If you’ve never understood Kabbalah, music might be the way in
Uncovering the legend of the dybbuk
A onetime scientist’s progression from atheism to spiritualism
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