What can the Jewish history of migration teach us about today’s global refugee crisis?
Benedict Spinoza was a rock star philosopher. Was he also the victim of an unjust ban? Kevin Britt reflects on the CLF session with Michael Rosenthal.
Hamza Zafer examines the intellectual and theological exchanges between Muslim thinkers and Jewish thinkers like Saadia Gaon.
How Kant's notion of Enlightenment impacted modern Judaism, from our CLF series on "A Brief History of God."
Noam Pianko explores the past of Jewish peoplehood to consider its future possibilities.
Spinoza, the philosopher who was excommunicated from Judaism, distinguished between religion and superstition.
Daniel Bessner looks at the history of European exiles who joined the US defense industry during the Cold War.
Do people create gods and myths in their own image? Prof. Sarah Stroup investigates using Greek and Hebrew classical texts.