‘Pow! Right in the Eye!’: Pioneering Parisian Art Dealer
Berthe Weill is an underrecognized figure in art history, until now largely a footnote in the accounts of the over 300 artists whom she helped discover.
‘The Marriage Box’: Coming of Age in the Syrian Community
A foray into the world of Syrian Jews in America, Corie Adjmi’s new book asks: How much should one sacrifice for love and community?
Addressing the Gender Health Gap at a Cellular Level
Hadassah's discovery has been hailed as a breakthrough in gender medicine.
This Chatroom Connects Jewish Teens in Israel and America
One2One aims to bridge the Israel-Diaspora divide through dialogue.
Israeli Women Who Led the Way, in Government and Beyond
From Prime Minister Golda Meir to Knesset Member Pnina Tamano-Shata, these women have broken glass ceilings and shaped Israel throughout its first three-quarters of a century.
‘We Are Not One: A History of America’s Fight Over Israel’
Historian and journalist Eric Alterman uses a left-of-center perspective to explore the relationship between Israel and the United States.
Benny Safdie on Intermarriage and ‘Are You There God?’
Safdie, who plays the Jewish father in the film adaptation, gives his read on Judy Blume’s iconic novel and its themes of intermarriage, antisemitism and family.
Mesmerizing Portrayal of Miep Gies in ‘A Small Light’
A new series draws attention to the brave Dutch woman who helped hide Anne Frank and her family.