Tag Archives: Judaism
Steven Cohen's first Stroum Lecture describes a group he calls "Borderland Jews."
User-friendly or clunky? A Seattle rabbi weighs in on the Foer/Englander blockbuster.
The New American Haggadah is a literary sensation, but is it a useful ritual guide?
Is Judaism a religion, a nation, an ethnicity? These are the questions we will explore through the lens of modern Jewish thinkers. Delve into the changing meaning of Judaism, and more generally, the transformation of identity in the modern period.