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  This week, we are rerunning Balázs Berkovits’ two-part series on the Jews and whiteness, titled “What Color Are the Jews?” A detailed analysis of the “theory” that intends to…

  We conclude this week our long interview with Daniel Mendelsohn. In this last part, he surveys the politics of our period: the rise of populism in the United States…

  « The lost identity of the immigrant family can only be recreated through a narrative. That’s why my grandfather was always telling stories about the ‘old country’, because in the…

  Daniel Mendelsohn’s The Lost was a worldwide bestseller, an immediate Classic. This book – the story, told by a child of survivors, of some members of his family who…

  This week, before our summer programming and the first part of our interview with Daniel Mendelssohn, we turn to Germany. K. puts the spotlight on an inflammatory controversy that…

  This issue is the last of the year before the summer. But K. won’t really be on vacation and will offer a series in July and another in August….

  For the great poet Haïm Nahman Bialik, it was Mount Scopus. In 1925, Bialik gave the powerful speech inaugurating the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. A founding moment in the…

  Sobibor is set to have a new memorial this fall, almost ten years after the project by architects Piotr Michalewicz and Marcin Urbanek and artist-historian Łukasz Mieszkowski was selected….

  To support their campaign for the upcoming French legislative elections, some of the tenors of French Left political party La France Insoumise thought it wise to invite Jeremy Corbyn…

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