How a classic piece of Israeli dystopian fiction shines a light on the current crisis.
An interview with Haim Har-Zahav, author of 'Lebanon: The Lost War.'
The industrious life of David Ben-Gurion, Israel's founding father, reads like a polyphonic novel whose depths are never exhausted.
An excerpt from Payam Feili's memoir about life as an Iranian asylum seeker in Israel.
Concrete was the material that built the State of Israel - its prevalence from Tel Aviv to Be’er Sheva to the kibbutz is an expression of Zionism itself.
The conceptual threads connecting the two systems of thought.
We’re used to saying that truth is stranger than fiction. But why does Israeli literature hold back from strangeness in both truth and fiction?
Brazil's Middle East Policy from Collor to Bolonsaro.
Three publications show different approaches to teaching the Arab-Israeli Conflict on campus.
An excerpt from Yair Assulin's new novel, translated by Jessica Cohen.