Ilana Pardes' new book from UW Press explores the dreamy world of Agnon's literature and the biblical Song of Songs.
"Turkey's Jews Revisited" was the second event in a strong lineup for Sephardic Studies programming this year.
As Prof. Naomi Sokoloff observes, a play's setting can impact its meaning.
This year's must-see film from Israel was directed by Rama Burshtein, a member of the ultra-Orthodox community.
Vilna Ghetto partisan, Holocaust survivor, Yiddish poet in Israel: the life of Avrom Sutzkever, born 100 years ago.
Cinema is a visual document of the transformation of attitudes towards Jews in the Soviet Union.
The complex life of the woman behind one of modern philosophy's most infamous phrases.
Are local Jewish newspapers still relevant? Joel Magalnick, editor of Seattle's JTNews, reflects.