Two Paths for Diasporism
Daniel Boyarin’s The No-State Solution seeks to revive the idea of Jews as a “diaspora nation,” but reduces a powerful repository of political templates to a dissident subculture.
Julie E. Cooper
In Isabella Hammad’s Enter Ghost, art prepares the ground of the self for the demands of collectivity.
Immigrants From a Place That No Longer Exists
A conversation between post-Soviet millennial Jews on the left
We Need New Stories of Post-Soviet Jews
A letter from the issue committee
Julia Alekseyeva, Tova Benjamin, Oksana Mironova, and Sasha Senderovich