Why are so many contemporary Israeli novels excruciatingly overlong?
Three new books make a persuasive case for reevaluating age-old historiographical conventions in the study of late Ottoman Palestine.
A comprehensive survey of Israeli-Armenian relations in the shadow of the latest Nagorno-Karabakh War.
Reflections on Amos Oz's final lecture and his relationship with Germany.
Why are Arabs moving to largely Jewish cities, and how are they being received?
A critique of how current discourses understand the reality of the Americas and the Middle East.
The little-known story of Rav Steinsaltz's involvement with the 'New Sanhedrin.'
An excerpt from Tal Yacob's novel about a violent and sexual encounter between a male prostitute and an assassin.
A review of two books on the plight, experiences, and emotions of Holocaust refugees.