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Jewish City Values – by Rachel Gordan

Jewish City Values – by Rachel Gordan

Rachel Gordan September 24, 2016 0

“Wait, is he talking about us?” In one of the many highlights/lowlights of this presidential . . .

Jews and Muslims in France: Rethinking a History of Conflict, Colonialism, and Coexistence – by Rachel Eva Schley

Jews and Muslims in France: Rethinking a History of Conflict, Colonialism, and Coexistence – by Rachel Eva Schley

Rachel Schley September 10, 2016 0

Rachel Schley on Ethan B. Katz’s The Burdens of Brotherhood For well over a decade . . .

Feeling Sorry the Wrong Way – by Anthony Bash

Feeling Sorry the Wrong Way – by Anthony Bash

Anthony Bash August 29, 2016 0

Anthony Bash on David Lambert’s How Repentance Became Biblical In some ways, regret, repentance, and . . .

Problems of Poverty and the Recently Impoverished – By John Mandsager

Problems of Poverty and the Recently Impoverished – By John Mandsager

John Mandsager August 16, 2016 0

John Mandsager on Gregg Gardner’s The Origins of Organized Charity in Rabbinic Judaism According to . . .

Out of This World: Virtual Reality and Philosophical Talmud – By Zachary Braiterman

Out of This World: Virtual Reality and Philosophical Talmud – By Zachary Braiterman

Zachary Braiterman February 29, 2016 0

Zachary Braiterman on Sergey Dolgopolski’s The Open Past As a “religious” document, the Babylonian Talmud . . .

Here, There, and Everywhere – By Amit Gvaryahu

Here, There, and Everywhere – By Amit Gvaryahu

Amit Gvaryahu February 29, 2016 0

Amit Gvaryahu on on Richard Kalmin’s Migrating Tales When ISIS recently took over the historic . . .

The Sagacious Scholar and the Censor – By Adam Ferziger

The Sagacious Scholar and the Censor – By Adam Ferziger

Adam Ferziger February 13, 2016 0

Adam Ferziger on Marc Shapiro’s Changing the Immutable Halfway through this exceedingly erudite and equally . . .

Vichy Syndrome Revisited – By Sophie B. Roberts

Vichy Syndrome Revisited – By Sophie B. Roberts

Sophie B. Roberts February 13, 2016 0

Sophie B. Roberts on Daniel Lee’s Pétain’s Jewish Children A century after France became the . . .

Being <i>Frum</i> in Medieval Ashkenaz – By Julie Mell

Being Frum in Medieval Ashkenaz – By Julie Mell

Julie Mell February 1, 2016 0

Julie Mell on Elisheva Baumgarten’s Practicing Piety in Medieval Ashkenaz Long before second-wave feminism brought . . .

A History of Violence – By Arie Dubnov

A History of Violence – By Arie Dubnov

Arie Dubnov February 1, 2016 0

Arie Dubnov on Hillel Cohen’s Year Zero of the Arab-Israeli Conflict If Israel/Palestine is to . . .