The differences between study in a yeshiva or university are smaller than the common universe of discourse they share
In Tractate Megillah, the Talmud sends us a very personal note on faith
How two Babylonian sages started the great collective conversation that became the Talmud
In Tractate Taanit, the Talmud teaches us how to get going when the going gets tough
In Tractate Rosh Hashanah, the Talmud takes the time to explain, well, time
In Tractate Beitzah, the Talmud answers a central question of human life: What makes a day good?
A tribute to one of the great Talmudists, and teachers, of the 20th century
Is falconry kosher?
How Bitcoin addressed a problem that has haunted human affairs for 2.5 million years
It’s a perfect holiday for a messed-up, broken-down kind of moment in time
A new translation of the Bundahišn, the Zoroastrian Book of Creation, offers surprising insight into the cosmology of the Talmud
The rhythms of Talmudic study are the truest form of Jewish music
In Tractate Yoma, the Talmud gives us a deep dive into going back to the future
Using new digital techniques to unravel foundational questions about the Talmud
The Talmud teaches us a lesson we desperately need to hear about putting our money where our values are
In the first installment of his new monthly Talmud column for Tablet, the religion historian Daniel Boyarin looks at the unique method of his teacher—the great scholar Saul Lieberman
Why do we need a long Talmud tractate about Passover, a holiday we already know well?
The current cycle of ‘Daf Yomi’ learning has seen more resources aimed at women from all levels of observance
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