A new book by the multimedia artist Andi Arnovitz is an astonishingly original work of Duchampian Zionism
Two recent books on the Israeli national project reflect the differing cultural sensibilities of their U.S. publishers
Using lies and social pressure to force students to disavow Israel is a strategy aimed at raising the psychic and professional cost of being Jewish
Matan Kahana’s lonely battle to build a religious-Zionist-labor-Orthodox-democratic Jewish state
Despite what anti-Zionist ideologues might assume, the Jews of Israel are an inspiration for many Māori
Israel is the model for the nation-state idea on which the current global order was founded. That’s why opponents of the idea see it as a target.
In the early days of Jewish studies, academics yearned for objective universalism over self-referential particularism. The hyperpolarized anti-Israel discourse in today’s departments is a far cry from that vision.
The process of replacing old norms with new ones is at the root of Jewish communal tradition and practice
Accusing anti-Zionists of being bad Jews is not new, interesting, or correct
These days, the worst social media crime is daring to be a pro-Israel woman
Such is the task of the heavy hammer—it shatters glass and forges steel
The Jewish attempt to cancel Israel and Jewish peoplehood
Sholem Aleichem meets Tarantino in a new novel set in the Polish shtetl that blends feminism, Zionism, and sword fights
And why they don’t matter
Your only two choices are Zionism and anti-Zionism. Pick wisely.
In his roiling narcissism, prophetic insight, personal misdeeds, refusal to acknowledge change in himself and in American society, and his habit of putting things in boxes, Jack Nusan Porter speaks for a generation of radical Jews and all the contradictions inherent in their situation
A new history of Matzpen and the anti-Zionist left in Israel
Hal Lindsey’s ‘The Late Great Planet Earth’ at 50
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