Seeing and understanding the experience of others just might be the most Jewish ethical obligation--and the most universal.
Incorporating community service made an undergrad Jewish history course more meaningful.
The Golden Rule, reconsidered: insights from this year's Stroum Learn-in.
How important are those little notes in the margins? An Israeli film about academic hijinks prompts a reflection.
Grad student Millicent Haase explores the fusion sound of Gad Elbaz and Alon De Loco.
Professor Naomi Sokoloff's Winter 2012 course explored the history of Israel through popular music.
Now showing on JewDub TV: Steven Cohen's lecture on the America-Israel connection.
Food is deeply ingrained in Jewish culture because it reminds us of our own survival. Hannah Pressman asks whether our love of bagels can lead to positive change in the world.
A discussion of the recent debates on gender and the role of religion in Israeli politics.
Two recent studies investigate the ancestral relation of the world’s Jewish communities
Sucker. The very word itself strikes fear and loathing into the heart of any self respecting Israeli.
If Yad Vashem tells the story of Israel, where does the Sephardic Jew fit in the story?
Listen to Prof. Devin Naar's Inaugural Lecture, "Between the OttomanEmpire and the Greek Nation State--The Jews of Salonica"