'The Worlds We Think We Know,' by author Dalia Rosenfeld, an immigrant to Israel and a writing instructor at Bar-Ilan University, feels at once familiar and strange, fathomable and mysterious
Two thousand years ago, Jews' baseless hatred for other Jews led to the Temple's destruction. What damage might today's manifestation of such hatred yield?
During book launch in West Bank for book of essays marking 50 years of occupation, U.S. Jewish literary couple talk about that uncomfortable subject
Americans will surely recognize the preposterously incompetent and embarrassing figure Booker-winning author Jacobson has put on the page. They elected him.
The works on this list offer something for everyone, from the disillusioned Zionist to the banned-book fan to the lit-lover with a conscience
David Grossman says 'a wise regime knows how to give the arts the power of expression'
Grossman, nominated for his latest work 'A Horse Walks Into a Bar,' is the first Israeli to win the prize, one of the most important annual literary awards
What used to be a handful of groups has grown to become a constellation of organizations working from Rwanda to Nepal. Together, the groups aid millions of people
Sephardi Voices, an audiovisual documentary project, aims to retell the story of Jewish civilization to include 'the richness of Sephardi Jews'
Diana, Princess of Themyscira, Daughter of Hippolyta? Don't be fooled by the Greco-Roman names. Wonder Woman has deep roots in Jewish lore