Oz was interviewed on Tuesday about her new book, in which she writes about the violence she suffered from her father, the renowned Israeli author. 'The attacker can live his entire life in dignity, but when the victim starts to tell the story she is asked why she’s talking'
'Returning this artwork will mean a lot to the victims and is important for acknowledging the injustice perpetrated,' the mayor wrote, calling on committee to 're-evaluate' its decision on the $22 million Wassily Kandinsky painting
In new autobiographical book, Galia Oz describes the reasons she cut ties with her father, who died in 2018. Fania Oz-Salzberger: 'We knew a different father. A warm, friendly, attentive father'
The Oscar-winning director was selected in part due to his 'extraordinary work to preserve the memory of the Holocaust'
'Even animals have culture. Here there’s nothing,' says celebrated Israeli actress Gila Almagor, who is coping with the demise of her life’s two great loves: husband Yaakov Agmon and cultural institutions
Haya Harareet, born Haya Neuberg in Haifa to Polish immigrants, also played in the 1955 Israeli classic ‘Hill 24 Doesn’t Answer,’ was honored at Cannes and became an international star in the late ‘50s
Iddo Markus couldn't stop painting Donald Trump. Now he deals with people reacting with anger and disgust to his work
Elsa Gidoni's buildings in New York and Berlin became famous, but her work in 1930s Tel Aviv was largely forgotten. Now Gidoni and other female pioneering architects receive the spotlight
Israel Democracy Institute’s Democracy Index finds under 10 percent of respondents trust the justice system, and 82 percent believe segregation from Arabs is necessary to preserve a Jewish identity
The renowned author’s 1931 book 'Fabian' so shocked his publisher that it was heavily censored. Now the full version, with its prescient warnings about decaying society, is available for a new audience
The U.S. House will hold an unprecedented vote on Wednesday on whether to impeach Trump on a single charge of 'incitement of insurrection'
Fran Lebowitz has fun (despite herself) hanging out with Martin Scorsese, but the real drama comes in HBO’s engaging sports documentary ‘Tiger’
Opinion ‘Ladino’s Renaissance’: For This Dying Jewish Language, COVID Has Been an Unlikely Lifesaver
Thanks to lockdowns and online learning, the world of Ladino is now flourishing, leading many to reassess whether they'd been too eager over the years to believe rumors of the language’s imminent extinction
How ‘the Sylvester’ on December 31 became one of the favorite holidays for some Israelis and why so many other Israelis hate it with a passion
Impressions from two new Tel Aviv exhibitions by talented female artists with singular voices
Erdogan beware: Innovative new Turkish drama 'Ethos' centers around feminine solidarity, features a lesbian couple and critiques religious institutions
The acclaimed philosopher believes zealous discrimination against one group – like Women of the Wall – is a way for religion to hide the radical changes it has embraced
German public TV recently broadcasted two movies on the painful, persisting problem of antisemitism at school, made by Jewish directors with a Russian background
In an unusual location and in unusual times, the renowned curator is opening together with a Belgian-Israeli partner a new international gallery in Tel Aviv
And how Judaism reconciled the conundrum of why the righteous may suffer and the wicked thrive over the ages
In ‘The Undoing’ and ‘Mrs. America,’ One TV Show Amplifies Its Jewish Characters as the Other Erases Them
FX’s feminist drama 'Mrs. America' embraces the likes of real-life figures Betty Friedan and Bella Abzug, while the HBO thriller 'The Undoing,' starring Hugh Grant and Nicole Kidman, turns a Jewish couple into vanilla-flavored Wasps
A growing group of queer Jews are adapting Jewish laws and rituals regarding purity to their own marriages, relying on informal networks and conversations to explore how practices fits their relationships
Why did Joshua’s conquest of Ai only succeed the second time around? Did parents really name their son ‘horned viper’? Why some people believe scriptural stories as they were written
Prestigious award goes to recognized U.S. writer, as Nobel attempts to break spell of controversy
Professor David Engel insists events that occurred in different eras and different places aren’t necessarily connected
It took Toronto-born Nessa Rapoport 26 years to complete ‘Evening,’ her successor novel to the critically acclaimed ‘Preparing for Sabbath.’ That’s the price you pay for being a perfectionist, she says
The Journal of Schenkerian Studies and its editors found themselves under attack at the University of North Texas. But should music theory be changed to meet today’s views?
Book Inspired by Stanford University Sexual Assault Case Examines Trial From Defendant’s Perspective
Can a normative person become a rapist? Author Karine Tuil's new book, ‘Human Things’ - inspired by the People v. Turner case - is trying to answer that
'Monologues from the Makom' aims to open up the conversation on sexuality and gender in the Jewish Orthodox community
In a few days the National Library will be closing its doors until further notice, but none of those in power is saying a word