Essay

The Soros Myth

October 11, 2018Dove Kent

Antisemitism has long been a tool of the right wing to undermine democracy.

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Essay

Morality, Fate, Faith, Freedom: Reasons to Revisit Bernard Malamud

October 8, 2018Nellie Hermann

“Can a writer write for all men from a position of minority? Malamud’s work convinces me.”

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Art

Charting Power

October 9, 2018Amir Guberstein

The artist uses maps from Israel/Palestine and drains them of their political utility.

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Essay

The DOJ Fired Me For Protesting Family Separation. I Don’t Regret It.

October 2, 2018Allison Hrabar

Speaking truth to power is necessary to force political change.

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One Year of
Jewish Currents

Dispatch

Dobranotch Delights in New York

September 17, 2018Samantha Shokin

The St. Petersburg-based klezmer ensemble brings the party to Little Odessa and the East Village.

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Review

By What Law

September 25, 2018Nathan Goldman

Israel triumphed in acquiring a large stash of Kafka’s manuscripts. But does Israel—or anyone—really get to to claim Kafka as their own?

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Review

A Palestinian Filmmaker Asks: What Do Fathers and Sons Owe Each Other?

October 5, 2018Naomi Dann

In Annemarie Jacir’s "Wajib," a family considers what it means to build a life.

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Report

The American Jewish Establishment’s Sinister Turn

October 3, 2018Noah Kulwin

A new report links influential Jewish institutions to a McCarthyite blacklist of pro-Palestinian activists.

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Dispatch

A Bid to Be Seen

September 24, 2018Michael McCanne

On the Palestine Museum US, which opened this spring.

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