The new, pluralistic permanent exhibit at the Museum of the Jewish People feels increasingly at odds with its surroundings.
A new book and a new documentary film offer a profoundly insightful and thought-provoking snapshot of the many troubling uncertainties faced by Palestinians in 2021.
The surprising parallels in the lives and poetry of Natan Zach and Aharon Almog, and their place in Israeli literary history.
Mind-altering drugs, sexual fluidity, stealing the borders: the new Israeli children's novel that's breaking boundaries.
A Hebrew literary giant's eulogy of another: An exclusive English translation of S.Y. Agnon's 'in memoriam' of Yosef Haim Brenner, upon the centenary of his murder.
An exclusive English translation of a new short story by Sapir Prize-winning novelist Ruby Namdar, set in 1970s Tel Aviv.
A selection of English translations of work by the poet Sarai Shavit.
Yoram Hazony's new book provides a welcome defense of Herzl's sophisticated understanding of Zionism and its relevance today.
Yoram Hazony's latest book distorts Herzl's ideas to provide cover for the author's exclusivist nationalism.
A conversation with artist Rutu Modan about her 2020 graphic novel 'Tunnels', storytelling in comics, and the relationship between truth and ideology.
Throughout Israel’s history, the question 'what do Israelis think' has evolved a great deal, not least because the question 'who are the Israelis' has changed dramatically over time.
Why are Arabs moving to largely Jewish cities, and how are they being received?
A review of two books on the plight, experiences, and emotions of Holocaust refugees.