The famous golem of Prague was invented by a forger, faith healer, amulet salesman–and the most enterprising kosher chicken slaughterhouse supervisor of Montreal.
Grade attempted to perform the impossible: to undo in literature what had occurred in history and revive the dead of Jewish Vilna.
A new look at the most unlikely alliance that brought the Jewish State into being.
The new Koren Tanakh smoothly addresses some thorny questions of biblical translation, including this one: Are there dolphins in the Torah?
"As you know, I have no white horse, and, as you also know, the subway is on strike." Unpublished letters and fiction from a brilliant Yiddish author.
The Jewish sect that rejected cholent.
Scenes from Anita Shapira’s gripping memoir.
Day School and State; An Apocryphal Footnote; Confirmed as Drowned, and more
There was a time when Jewish artists set the tone for North African music, but now only echoes remain.
A new book on talmudic medicine illustrates the ills of modern academia, argues Shai Secunda.