In which the author of the column confesses her ignorance of Paul Laurence Dunbar and a formative national text.
An Army Radio discussion of an early work by Mahmoud Darwish has caused an uproar. Here is the poem: ID Card.
In his new book, author Larry Tye reveals how Robert F. Kennedy escaped the anti-Semitic shadow of his father and came to be seen as one of America’s strongest supporters of Jewish causes, and of Israel, before being assassinated in 1968.
'The Extra' enfolds the reader in the strains and pulls between Israel and the Diaspora, Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, private decision and the social imperatives of 'be fruitful and multiply.'
Wretched refuse and huddled masses: What Emma Lazarus wrote in 1883 shows how far from its great roots Donald Trump would take America.
From Jonah Lehrer's 'Book About Love' to Jessi Klein's 'You’ll Grow Out of It.'
A new look at ‘Life Is Beautiful’ reveals the psychoanalytical drama and the theoretical foundation underlying this masterful film.
The force of Streisand's talent and willpower is what propelled her to iconic cultural status despite — and because of — her undeniable Semitic profile, new book shows.
Roy Zemach imagines little Yusuf’s father telling him that there's nothing to fear from that sudden 'black bird' in the lens.
The protagonist of Eyal Megged's refreshing new novel refuses every role available to him – whether that of prototypical man, father or player in the national story.