The Man Who Willingly Went to Auschwitz in ‘The Volunteer’
Journalist Jack Fairweather has written a riveting account of Witold Pilecki, a Polish resistance leader who allowed himself to be captured by the Germans, in order to be sent…
What Was So Controversial About ‘The Siege of Tel Aviv’?
'The Siege of Tel Aviv' painstakingly imagines an invasion of the Jewish state by five Arab armies, led by Iran—and was condemned on social media for being Islamophobic.
A Talk With Disability Rights Activist Judith Heumann
Now out with her memoir, Judith Heumann discusses the changes that people with disabilities have experienced since she first stepped onto the public stage 50 years ago.
Ribalow Prize Presented to Author Michael David Lukas
The award ceremony featured a slate of speakers who provided a rich backdrop to Lukas’s evocative novel, 'The Last Watchman of Old Cairo.'
Chronicling the Rabbi Whose Life Epitomized Tikkun Olam
'Confronting Hate' is the new biography of Rabbi Marc Tannenbaum who helped pioneer the connection between Interfaith dialogue and human rights activism.
Dragons, Artists and Prophets in Tales for Tweens and Teens
Fact and fantasy mingle in a surprisingly diverse range of new young adult book for Jewish readers.