The Rise and Fall of the Fourth Reich

A new book by historian Gavriel D. Rosenfeld traces the persistent idea of a resurgent Nazi regime.

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The Exorcist

Collaborators Aaron Henne and Erith Jaffe-Berg discuss theatre dybbuk’s new performance about a Jewish descent into Hell.

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Just Playing Along

What an antisemitic, Nazi-era board game has to teach us about the nature of complicity.

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An Antisemitic Judge, a White Supremacist System

A Jewish death row inmate in Texas confronts the same forces that kill and incarcerate Black and Brown people daily.

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Fatherhood, Insomnia, Imperial Tears

“To love a baby // is to restrain the urge to bury it / inside a wall”

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Becoming Yigal Amir

Director Yaron Zilberman and actor Yehuda Nahari Halevi discuss their new film, Incitement, which reckons with the assassination of Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin.

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Speech Acts

Despite its attunement to the political potential of language, Ben Lerner’s The Topeka School remains trapped in reductive narratives about the Trump era.

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Hillel vs. Academic Freedom

Jewish organizations are siding with the Trump administration in its war on Middle East studies.

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Bari Weiss’s Unasked Questions

In How to Fight Anti-Semitism, a facile approach to history justifies an impoverished ethical stance.

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Office Hours: Avram Finkelstein

“Ethics are irrelevant if they’re coming for you.”

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Italy’s Green Fascists

La Foresta Che Avanza is using environmentalism to make its fascist ideology more palatable to the mainstream.

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Bibiism After Bibi

Israel’s longest-serving prime minister may be out, but his legacy will outlast him

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